A beautiful accent to any project. Pintucks should be
added to your fabric before cutting out the pattern
Attach blind hem foot G.
Use a washable marker to draw parallel lines for
pintucks on fabric right side. Fold fabric on first line with
wrong sides together. Place fold under foot and use
foot edge as guide. Change adjustment nut q on foot
to determine the width of the pintuck. Sew pintuck. Sew
remaining pintucks using same method.
Remove marking lines. Press pintucks to one side.
Two folded edges are joined together by threads over
an open area. Use linen, cotton or blend of linen/cotton.
Select 65 or 63.
Thread machine, needle and bobbin with fine
embroidery thread (50 weight or finer).
Use spray starch to stabilize fabric.
Fold and press under seam allowance to wrong side of
fabric. Baste folded edges of fabric on top of thin paper
or water-soluble stabilizer q. Center stitching over the
paper/fabric. Lower the presser foot. Sew, catching the
folded edges of fabric.
Remove paper or wash away stabilizer and basting