Corded seams – SINGER 404K User Manual
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treatment for slip covers, children’s
clothes, blouses and lingerie.
When cording a seam the zipper
foot is usually adjusted to the right
of the needle so that the bulk of the
work will fall to the left.
side of a single seam edge, using
same length stitch as used for
of foot next to cord, but
Place attached corded welting over
second seam edge, and pin or baste
Keep the first stitching uppermost
as a guide and position the seam
under the needle.
Stitch, this time crowding the foot
against the cord.
This method produces evenly joined
seam edges and tightly set welting.
Curved seams are corded as easily
as straight seams, except that a shorter
stitch is used. Since the seam allow
ance of the welting is bias, it is easy to
shape it to the seam.