Overcasting Stitch or Three-step Zigzag
Use the sewing foot.
. Turn the stitch width dial to '4", green zone.
1-2With the stitch width dial at "0", slide the selector
e Turn the stitch length dial to "1-1l'A
, green zone.
to the three-step zigzag " E ", green.
You are then ready to sew the blind stitch, - see
2 Turn the stitch width dial to "4", green zone.
also pages 38-39.
3 Turn the stitch length dial to "2", green zone.
6 The length of this stitch can also be reduced to
4 You are then ready to sew the three-step zigzag,
between 'h and
to produce a fancy satin stitch.
You can set the width and length of your three-
Use the embroidery foot.
step zigzag at any position you desire between
This stitch has many uses, viz.:
"1" and "4". This stitch is highly appreciated for
Its strength and elasticity and is suitable for
for edging table-cloths,
overcasting, for setting elastics, sewing jersey and
serviettes, fancy insertions,
stretch fabrics, patching In a single operation,
Blind stitch and
Elastic blind stitch: for woollens, stretch fabrics,
Elastic Blind Stitch or Edging Stitch
Elastic shell hem:
for underwear, In jersey fabric.
With the stitch width dial at "0", slide the selector
o k ia
to the edging stitch