Fastening seams, Keeping seam fine straight, Keeping seam line straight – SINGER 214 User Manual
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Keeping seam fine straight
Turning a square corner 5/8 inch (16 mm)
from the fabric edge
Secure your seams by taking the first few
stitches in reverse- Then allow the
machine to go forward- This is called
back tacking. Reverse the machine at the
end of your seams as well-
Lower the stitch length lever below
for back tacking.
1- Using the seam guide lines
The needle plate is rn3rke3’'With seam
guide lines to help you
seams- The standard 5/8 inch (16 mm}
2. Using the cloth guide
Secure the cloth guide in the screw
hole to the right of the foot adjusting
to the width of your seams.
1 - Stop stitching with the needle piercing the fabric,
when you reach the cornering guide-
2. Raise the presser foot.
3. Turn the fabric and the new stitching line will align
with 5/S inch 06 mm) seam guide line.
4. Lower the presser foot and begin stitching in the