Undergarments may be made with various kinds of seams: For a corset-cover or combination, the under-arm and shoulder seams may be hemmed fells, stitched fells, or French seams; for drawers and bloomers, the seams of the leg and crotch may be hemmed fells, stitched fells, or French seams; for a nightgown, the under-arm seam and the seam of the sleeve may be hemmed fells, stitched fells, or French seams, the armhole seam may be a plain seam bound, or seam beading may be used with a standing fell and French seam, or a stitched fell may be used in men's nightshirts; for a white cotton underskirt, a stitched fell or a French seam may be used; for a sateen or silk underskirt, a stitched fell, or a French seam may be used, or the edges of a plain seam may be overcast, bound, or opened, turned under, and stitched; for a flannel underskirt, a flannel fell may be used, or a plain seam may be opened and each edge catch-stitched down to the garment.