Wavy knits & gathering, Stretching to prevent puckering – SINGER WSL1634 User Manual
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[ WAVY KNITS & GATHERING ]
For perfectly flat seams in stretchy knit
garments, the front feed teeth need to feed
faster than the rear feed teeth to prevent
stretching the fabric. To Gather, the front feed
teeth \will also need to feed faster than the rear
feed teeth. By using a long stitch length, (See
page 25 to adjust), your fabric will easily gather.
Set differential feed 2.0.
[ STRETCHING TO PREVENT PUCKERING ]
To avoid any puckering in seams on lightweight
woven fabrics or smooth nylon, the rear feed
teeth must feed faster than the front feed teeth.
The front feed teeth, therefore, holds the fabric
taut to prevent puckering.
Set the differential feed to .07.