The old adage "practice makes perfect" applies to most everything we do. Sewing zippers into a new garment or home decor project would of course be no exception.
The now common place zipper is a simple mechanism first seen in the 1800s and attributed to its inventor, Whitcomb L. Judson. He called it a clasp locker.
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Applying a zipper, either centered, lapped or ´invisible´ needn’t be a difficult sewing process.
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