Piping with the edge-stitcher, Applying bias folds with the edge-stitcher – SINGER 404K User Manual
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against the ends of the slots. The thread tensions should be loose to avoid
puckering of fine lace.
. 125. S
Lace and ribbon or other insertions can be set in by using the same slots
(1 and 4). The material may be folded over before placing it in the slot so
that a double thickness is stitched and will not pull out. The surplus material
is trimmed away clo.se to the stitching as shown in Fig. 125.
Piping with the Edge-Stitcher.
Piping is very attractive if the correct contrasting colour is chosen for
the piping material. Place the piping, with its finished edge to the left, in
slot 3. Place the edge to be piped in slot 4, as shown in Fig. 126.
Piping should preferably be cut bias, and should be cut to twice the
width of the slot (3) in the edge-stitcher so that it can be folded once.
Applying Bias Folds with the Edge-Stitcher.
Folded bias tape or military braid, used for neat and colourful trimming,
may be sewn on by placing the garment under the edge-stitcher, the same as