Tmm:r” ro-n o,,o.:„g^b.m^m, Ltcredge with invisible stitching, French seam – SINGER W612 User Manual

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lace

trimmed

hem

To ..W o norrow

’ LTcrEDGE WITH INVISIBLE STITCHING

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HoU l=c. 34 .nch from row »^3» ^

,/L^r^ood i™'' loci- ^X:'’.-.Sog",^com> ,„,d ,be

IT» is pressed on the wrong side.

FRENCH SEAM

P,„C. mo,er,ol W,^

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::;”„tmm:r” ro-n o,,o.:„g^b.m^m

fts making French

• , i „£ j^e narrow rolled hem and sew

wg. enough to catch both

"^,7°

This con be

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used for covering chairs and so

'" forth. (Fig 45)

HEMMING ACROSS

A SEAM

Fig. 46

To hem across a seam, cut

,

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(

the seam folds at an angle so

f i g .

45

they will lead into the hemmer

gradually.

her and foradded firmness. It

extreme edge to hold it g

. - i sliahtiv when hemming

may be necessary to pull the material slightly wnen

over the seam. (Fig. 46)

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