This wave-shaped satin stitch is called the scallop
stitch. Use this stitch to decorate the edges of
blouse collars and handkerchiefs or use it as a hem
• A temporary spray adhesive may be neces-
sary for lightweight fabrics. Test sew
the fabric before sewing a project.
• For details on each stitch, refer to the
"STITCH SETTING CHART" at the end of
Attach presser foot "N". Sew scallop
stitches along the edge of the fabric.
Do not sew directly on the edge of the fabric.
Trim along the seam, making sure not to cut
• Use a seam sealant to secure the edges of
the scallop stitches.
For a decorative look called "Crazy Quilting", the
following stitches can be sewn on top of a pressed
Select a straight stitch and attach presser
With the right sides facing each other, sew
two pieces of fabric together, and then
press open the seam allowance.
a Straight stitch
b Seam margins
c 6.5 mm (approx. 1/4 inch)
d Wrong side
Select a stitch for top stitching.
Place the fabric right side up in the
machine, and center the presser foot over
the seam when sewing.
a Right side of fabric
SEWING THE STITCHES