Binding a square corner, Applying a french fold to a curve – SINGER 404K User Manual
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Applying a French Fold to a Curve.
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Binding a Square Corner.
To bind a square corner, apply the binding along one side to within
of the edge of the material, stopping the machine with the needle and
take-up at the highest point. Then draw the material back away from
the needle far enough to pull about two inches of the binding through the
Binder. Fold and crease the binding to a square mitred corner, turn the
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material and draw it back into the Binder, bringing the needle down through
the binding close to the corner, as shown in Fig. 75. Draw the slack thread
back through the needle and tension. Be sure the new edge of the material
is properly placed in the scroll of the Binder and begin stitching slowly until
you are sure the material is feeding properly. The loop of the thread on the
underside at the corner may be tied or cut off without fear of ravelling, as the
stitch is locked.