Tip #1:When sewing seams in knit fabrics, it’s important to use a stitch that will stretch with your fabric so
your seams won’t break when you wear your finished garment. You can use a tiny zigzag stitch for sewing your
seams or a special stretch stitch if your sewing machine has this capability.
Tip #2:When stitching slippery fabrics like satin or silk, if you find your fabric shifting out of place as you sew
or the top layer shifting ahead of the lower layer, try hand-basting your fabric together first. And use a fine, silk
thread for this basting.