Scalloping – SINGER 1050 User Manual

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Scalloping adds interest to blouses, dresses, lingerie, and children’s clothes. Scallops will be perfect in form and
evenly spaced when you use the scallop stitch. This stitch is formed with one straight stitch between each scallop
to prevent pucker between scallops on a seam. The decorative uses of this stitch are numerous. Use your imagina­
tion to create new uses for this stitch.

Scallop Stitch




Stitch: scallop <


Stitch width; to suit application or fabric

• Stitch length: to suit application or fabric

e General purpose needle plate


Special purpose foot


Place right sides of fabric together. Shaped or bias edges
should be interfaced. Stitch scallops.

After stitching, trim seam allowance to 3 mm ('/s inch) or less.

Clip points down to flat stitch of scallops with scissors and,
if necessary to make points lie flat, notch curves.

Turn to the right side and gently push scallops out. Press flat.