Organza Fabric Product Spotlight Video
Cutting organza fabric is easier than most sheer fabrics because its stiffer. Still, it may be difficult. If so, it helps to pin the fabric to tissue paper before cutting, then cut through both layers.
Organza is known to fray quite easily. After cutting and before sewing its a good idea to prevent this. One method is to melt the edges with a hot knife or small flame. A simpler method is to apply fray check. Fray check may leave a cloudy residue, but it shouldn’t show in the finished product if it stays inside the seam allowance.
Use a sharp needle when sewing organza, size 11 to 14 should work. Organza can pucker easily, so it helps to use a longer stitch length. If the fabric starts to slip when you sew, you may want to baste stitch beforehand. Its a good idea to finish the edges with a French seam or similar narrow hem.