Which side of fabric do you sew on?

Is it important to know the right and wrong side of the fabric?

Printed fabrics generally have the right side brighter than the wrong side. Printed fabrics are visually easier to identify. Important: the meshes, when stretched across, try to curl up to the side of the face. The right side of the fabrics tries to be more resistant to dirt and wear on the side of the face.

What two sides of fabric are sewn together?

When you sew two bits of fabric together it’s common to hear the phrase, ‘right sides together‘ or ‘right sides facing’. This means that the ‘right sides’ of the fabric will be touching as you sew the seam. Then once its sewn and you turn the fabric over, you don’t see the seam and it looks nice and flat.

What is the right side of the fabric called?

The face of fabric, also known as the right side, is the side of a fabric that is meant to be seen. The face is what you see on the outside of the garment when it is finished; the other side, the wrong side, is hidden.

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