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Some time ago I ran a tiny survey on Facebook and Twitter asking which type of zip insertion you thought was the easiest and which one was the hardest.
The zips were: lapped, exposed, invisible, trouser zip. Almost everyone said that invisible zip was the easiest to sew, and most of the time it is true. Except those times when you have to sew it in a shiny and slippery thing called Satin. Then zip sewing becomes a completely different ball game.
“What can possibly be different?” – you ask. Well, everything.