A standard seam is a line of stitching that binds two pieces of fabric together. Our seams are typically machine sewn and
undergo rigorous checks to ensure their strength and neatness.
A felled seam is an overlapping seam that is sewn flat. The edges are turned under or folded together and binded with two lines of stitching. Felled seams are stronger than regular seams and will not fray, and are typically used on floor cloths.
Seams Cross Section
This is a cross section of the most popular seams for drapes.