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SETTINGS iPresser foot - Zigzag foot
:Thread tension control - 3 - 5
14 different types of decorative stitches are available.
Following are examples of how to use and sew these stitches.
You can use other stitches in the same way.
You should carry out a test sewing on a cut-off strip of the
fabric being sewn to check the pattern to be used.
Before starting to sew, check that there is enough thread
wound onto the bobbin to make sure that the thread will not
run out during sewing.
* Slightly loosen top thread tension.
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TIPS ON DESIGN STITCHING
Arrowhead on lapel
In addition to using this pattern as a decorative stitch, it
can also be used as a triangular backtack stitch for
reinforcing places which can easily unravel. This is
particularly useful for sewing both edges of pockets.
Scallop pattern on collar
This is an ideal decorative stitch for the sleeves and
collars of ladies’ and children’s clothes, and also for
tidying up edges.
When using this stitch pattern for tidying up edges, first
sew the stitch and then trim the edge of the fabric along
the edge of the stitch. Be careful not to cut the stitch
seam at this time.
Diamond on narrow hem
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Fold over the edge of the fabric and use this stitch to
tidy up the edge.
Scallop stitches and diamond stitches can be combined
to create other attractive patterns.
Domino on bias tape
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Use bias tape and fold back the edge. Sew the domino
stitch on top of this.