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Drive the needle down through the top and bottom layers of fabric, close to where the needle came up.

The distance between where the needle comes up and goes down will be your stitch length. The smaller the stitch length, the more stitches required—and the stronger the seam.

Pull the thread taut on the backside of the bottom material.

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