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BLIND НЕМ STITCH [MODELS 415
The blind hem stitch provides a durable hem
finish that is almost invisible on garments
drapes and curtains. It is done eas.ly w, h
Straight or slightly curved hems. With a little
nractice it will be a very quick and easy hern
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raw edge of hem in desired manner,
‘"’Lcr L overcast, 1/4 inch stitched under
pinked, hem tape, or just plaim (Step )
(2) Fold hem up desired length. Baste ot Pm 1/2
' inch from upper edge. Press m P'f f«/ 2'
(3) Fold hem back toward "Pht side of abr,c
' leaving about 1/4 inch
Guide the fold of the fabric into the center
cut of the presser foot so that the zigzag bite
of the stitch comes just sl'9Ty to *e Jeft f
the center cut of the presser foot.
<;tiches should be formed on the singe
thickness of fabric, and the zigzag||t^hou
catch just barely into the fold ofThe fabric at
basting stitch along the raw edge of the hem. At
an ironing board, fold up
seams Ease in the excess fabric by PU» ng on
basting thread. Press with steam, then apply hem
?ape. Baste or pin hem 1/2” from taped edge,
then continue into step 3.
Pattern; Blind Stitch or^
Feed Dog; High
Foot; All Purpose
Stretch Control; M