Knowing how to do a blind hem is a necessity for anyone who sews. It makes your stitch look next to invisible, works with most fabrics, and finishes off any project you’re doing.
I’ve used this stitch to make dresses and hem pants multiple times, and I highly recommend learning how to do this if you don’t know already. All you’ll need is your fabric, a needle, and some thread.
Secure the hems with pins, then take the needle and put it underneath the folded part of the fabric
and bring the needle up as you pull through.
Tuck the knot and grab a little fabric underneath, then pull through again.
Grab the folded part and insert your needle thread, ensuring that it’s the longer part, and pull through.
Continue repeating the steps until you reach the end of the hem.
Flip it over and you should be left with a barely seen stitch!
If you’d like a more in-depth tutorial, watch Professor Pincushion‘s video below. You’ll have it down in no time!