When should you consider a French Seam?
- A rectangular unlined silk scarf assembled in two sections with a seam
- Adding a beautiful ruffle to a scarf or skirt but again, a serger may not be an option depending upon construction and the "weave of a light fabric."
- It is a great choice for an apron or jacket, where you see both sides.
- Often used in baby clothes where a French seam not only prevents unraveling of fine cotton fabrics but also provides a soft finish against the skin.
- Pillow case seams when adding lace