Best answer: What type of stitch should I use for satin?

Finishing your seams is a must because satin frays so easily. Pinking, serging and zig-zag stitching are all good options because they are lightweight and won’t show through on the right side of the garment. Satin and seam-rippers do not get along. Ripping out a seam on satin is likely to cause holes.

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