A facing made of a tulle strip is practically invisible when used to hem a lace fabric. Cut a tulle strip 2Â½â€� wide on the straight grain (tulle has more â€œgiveâ€� on the straight grain than on the bias).
Fold strip in half lengthwise. Stitch strip to garment edge, raw edges matching, with a 5/8â€� seam allowance. In seam allowance, make a second line of stitching 1/8â€� from the first line. Trim off seam allowance close to stitching. Turn and press tulle to wrong side at seam line, and slip-stitch fold to lace.
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