Zig-zag stitch, Seam finishing, Zig-zag blindstitch – SINGER 9113 User Manual
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The Zig-Zag Stitch can be used when sewing seams, appliqueing, monogramming or
Use a zig-zag stitch to finish seam edges
of fabrics that are likely to unravel.
• Sew seams as desired; trim and press
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Place edge of seam allowance under
foot, as shown.
Stitch close to edge, letting outer zig
Blindstitchlng provides a durable hem finish that can be used on a variety of different
weight fabrics. Blindstitching takes a little practice, however, so make a test sample
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Stitch Length: 2
Attach biindstitch hem guide
Prepare the hem by folding it and
pressing it in the usual way. You may
want to baste the hem to hold it in place,
as shown. If so, be sure to place the
basting at least
inch (12mm) below
the top edge of the hem allowance.
With the wrong side of fabric upper
most, turn the hem under, as shown,
creating a soft fold from the top edge of
hem. Pin or baste all three layers
together in place.