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Finish

In regards to table linens, finish refers to how the raw edge of the fabric is sewn.

Merrow, also called serging, is when multiple threads encase the edge to keep the item from fraying.
Merrow, also called serging, is when multiple threads encase the edge to keep the item from fraying. Merrow color commonly matches the fabric. However, to create a custom look, you may choose a contrasting color to tie into your event colors as shown above with an ivory napkin and seamist merrow thread. contrast merrow patriotic1.jpg
Cottunique napkins--navy and white with red merrow thread.




A 1/4" rolled hem is when the fabric is turned over 1/4", 2 times and then top-stitched down.
Our hemmed finish typically feature a 1/4" rolled hem where the fabric is turned over 1/4", 2 times and then top-stitched down.