When sewing is finished, cut the thread.
• For details, refer to "Starting to sew"
Blind hem stitching
You can use the Blind Hem Stitch to finish the edge
of a project, like the hem of a pair of trousers,
without the stitch showing.
Needle position R
Both the upper and lower threads should be
the same color as the fabric.
Fold back the fabric to the desired location of
the hem (a). Then, fold the edge of the fabric
(b). Leave a 6 mm (1/4") overlap at the edge.
Sew 5-6 stitches on the fold using the R needle
position, a straight stitch (0 width) and stitch
length of 3-4. Quickly set the width to 2-3,
sew 1 stitch and set the width back to 0.
When the fabric is unfolded, you will have a
Blind Stitch hem.