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    Default "Mock Overlock" technique



    Overlock technique,



    this is for Albert,



    an anyone else interested,





    I will post a few more pics this evening with a better view, my computer at work is not allowing me to upload the images i took today







    this is the Pant being worn,
    I will post better pics tonite , and the technique was already explained in Albert's thread







    Here is a close up view of the seams, I think a more contrasting/ thicker thread would give a better effect



    I am going to try it again next week, i have a tailored suit and three pairs of pants to make for a client this week!!!!!!






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    It looks nice Zamb! The photos are small but the look is definitely there.




    I will add to this thread with my hand-done, ridiculously tedious, overlock method that uses the thicker string a la Carol. How tedious? Well... took me probably a few hours to complete one seam down one leg (43" inseam). I hope the end result will justify the means hehehe.




    Can't wait to see even clearer photos of your method Zamb!

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