How to use accessories, Narrow hemmer, Lace trimmed hem – SINGER W610 User Manual
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HOW TO USE ACCESSORIES
With the needle at its highest position, replace regular presser
foot with narrow hemmer (Fig. 39). For a plain narrow hem,
1/8 inch double fold for about ^two inches along edge
of fabric. Hold each end of the two inch fold, slip underneath
hemmer. Bring fold up into the scroll of hemmer, draw forward
lifter. Gently pull ends of thread as you start stitching.
Guide material slightly to right, and it will take a double turn
LACE TRIMMED HEM
To sew a narrow hem and attach lace in one stitching, insert
lace in the slot next to needle (Fig. 40). Sew hem as above,
guiding lace under needle and hem into scroll.
LACE EDGE WITH INVISIBLE STITCHING
Hold lace 1/8 inch from raw edge on right side of fabric. Insert
both in scroll as for plain narrow hem (Fig. 41). Let hem roll
over a little fullness in lace by feeding it freely under scroll.
With right sides together, place top piece of material 1/8 inch
inside edge of lower piece. Insert in hemmer scroll, allowing
hem to roll over and sew in top fabric, making French seam.