Once you have mastered the art fo adding a zipper to a project or a garment, the world is your oyster to endless possibilities of creations. To know how to sew a zipper with a professional finish is priceless and yet quite easy.
There are so many items that you make that require the insertion of a zipper, that the sooner you master how to insert one the better, and there will be no looking back.
Depending on whether you are inserting a zipper into a skirt, jacket or pair of jeans to which application you will need to use, although the overall process is just the same, with only a slight variation between them all, being their visual finish.
This would be the most commonly used of all applications to insert a zipper into a garment/item, leaving a symmetrical look to the finish. The Centred Zipper application can be used for all Zipper applications for a plain standard finish.
The Lapped Zipper is the asymmetrical finish to the Zipper application and more commonly used in dresses and skirts, for a tidier finish than the Centred Zipper.
As it says it is, this Zipper is designed to pull apart and be an Open-Ended Zipper that requires the zipper halves to be fully separated from each other, including:
- Sweatshirts etc
(Tutorial to come)
Lets Merge Like a Zipper for Professional Finishes
As you can see, there are a few options available for sewing a Zipper into your garment/item, depending on the fabric, and desired finish of your project, although they are all much the same.
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