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Length - ‘/2-I
Width ^ 5
Needle Position — M
Feed Dog High
Pressure — 5
Foot — All Purpose
The blind hem stitch gives a very effective and
easy way to make a shell tuck for lingerie,
This works well on knits or on the bias of
soft, woven fabrics. A single folded bias tape
applied under a fold for a decorative hem on
pillowcases or applied with the facings at the
neckline or armhole for a decorative finish.
Fold under the edge where the shell tuck is
to be created. Place the bulk of the fabric to
the right of the needle with the folded edge
to the left. Place the fabric so that the folded
edge will be guiding into the center cut of
the fabric, and the zigzag bite will swing to
the left off of the folded edge. (Fig.95) The
back onto the fabric. The size of the “shell”
can be varied by changing the stitch length.
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Needle Positicn - .M
Feed Dog ^ High
Pressure ^ 5
Foot ^ All Purpose
By sewing two adjacent rows of blind hem
stitching on lace or ribbon attractive decora
tions are created. (Fig.96) The stitch may be
pivoted when the zigzag bite swings to the left
and the points matched in the second row.
in the center of the straight stitched segment.
A flower design can be created by starting at
the center of the zigzag bite, then pivoting at
the end of each petal as shown. Four more
petals can be added if desired.