Lace trimmed hem, Lace edge with invisible stitching, French seam – SINGER W1366 User Manual
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LACE TRIMMED HEM
To sew a narrov.' hem and attach lace in one stitching,
insert lace in the slot next to needle, (Fig.
4 3 )
sew hem as
above, guiding lace under needle and hem into scroll. Kick-
rac’c may be used in the same way.
LACE EDGE WITH INVISIBLE STITCHING
Hold lace 1''8 inch from raw edge on right hand side of
Insert both m scroll as for plain narrow hem iFig. 4 _)
let hem roll over and sew in lace. When the stitching is
completed the hem is pressed on the wrong side.
. FRENCH SEAM
Place material with right sides facing each other and the
top piece of material l,/8 inch from right hand edge of lower
piece. Insert m hemmer scroll allowing hem to roll over
and sew in top fabric making French seam. ^ For cording
effect, use zigzag stitch wide enough to catch noth edges ot
the narrow rolled hem and
gew with satin stitch. This
can be used for covering
chairs and so forth. (Fig. 45).
To hem across a seam,
cut the seam folds at an
angle so they will lead into the hemmer gradually. Press seam,
open. Stitch across the seam at the extreme edge to hold itj
together and for added firmness. It may be neces^ry to pull;
the material slightly when hemming over the seam. Fig. 45