How to Sew Elastic?

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To sew elastic, begin by securing the elastic to the fabric. Stretch the elastic as hard as you can without damaging it or the fabric. Use a zig zag stitch to sew the elastic to the fabric. When you are finished, your fabric should 'bunch up'.
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To begin to sew elastic you will need to gather all the materials for sewing the elastic. The next step is to measure the elastic and figure out what it is being used for.
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