Sewing with loosley woven fabrics can be a bit tricky for sewing beginners. Its tendancy to fray and unravel easily makes it vulnerable in teh sema alignenta nd finshing process, often stretching out and loosing its shape when the garmnet pieces are handled in the seiwng rpocess. A simole stabilizinh technqiue called staystcithing can go along way to add some etxra strength and stabilty to these delicate fabrci edges.
Staysticthing is a fancy term use dto decsribe a machine straight sticth that is applied to cut fabrci edges to stabilize thema nd orevnet them from stretchig in teh dressmkaing rppocess. Whne it comes to loosley-woven fabric edges, the staysticth is applied within teh seam allowance edges right after the fabrci pieces is spearated form the paper pattern and before any of the seams are alogned ans tcithed. To lock the open weave and prevent teh edge from unraveling, use a shorter sticth length for added stability,