Darts in interfacing – SINGER 413 User Manual
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A practical, simple way to accent the lines
of a dress or coat is to place one or more
rows of stitching along collars, lapels,
facing edges, pockets, seams, etc. For a
tailored look, use lines of regular straight
stitching; sew them with buttonhole twist
for added emphasis. For decorative inter
est, use a zig-zag or Flexi-Stitch pattern.
To add firmness to hems and seams in
with the straight stretch stitch. The seam
guide (see page 59) will help you place
DARTS IN INTERFACING
• Flexi-Stitch Pattern Dial: O (off)
• Pattern Selector: AWV\ (plain zig-zag)
• Needle Position : C
• Stitch Width : 5
• Stitch Length: 20 or to suit Fabric
• General Purpose Throat Plate
• General Purpose Foot
With zig-zag stitching, interfacings
can be shaped without bulk.
1. Cut out the dart allowance on
the stitching line.
2. Bring raw edges together and pin
or baste in place over a muslin
3. Stitch, backstitching at both ends
of dart for reinforcement.
Step 1 Step 2
Steps in Making a Dart in Interfacing