M Make Your Own Gear Sewing Primer: Sewing a Felled Seam
by Jay Ham
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- The Felled Seam
The felled seam is used in most tarp ridgelines. It adds strength, and the convoluted shape precludes water entry. The felled seam works well with silicone impregnated and urethane coated nylon fabrics.
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