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Sewing Thin Fabrics; Sewing Stretch Fabrics; Sewing Leathers Or Vinyl Fabrics; Sewing An Even Seam Allowance - Brother Sewing Machine Operation Manual

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SEWING BASICS

Sewing thin fabrics

When sewing thin fabrics, the stitching may become
misaligned or the fabric may not feed correctly. If this
occurs, place thin paper or stabilizer material under
the fabric and sew it together with the fabric. When
you have finished sewing, tear off any excess paper.
a Stabilizer material or paper

Sewing stretch fabrics

First, baste the pieces of fabric together, and then sew
without stretching the fabric.
a Basting
For best results when sewing on knit fabrics use the
stretch stitches recommended below. Also be sure to
use a needle for knits.
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5
9
Sewing leathers or vinyl
fabrics
When sewing the fabrics that may stick to the presser
foot such as leathers or coated fabrics, change the
presser foot to the non stick foot.
a Leather
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Sewing an even seam
allowance
To sew an even seam, start sewing so that the seam
allowance is to the right of the presser foot, and the
edge of the fabric is aligned with either the right edge
of the presser foot or a marking on the needle plate.
■ Aligning the fabric with the presser foot
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■ Aligning the fabric with the stitch guide foot
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10
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1
Sew while keeping the right edge of the presser
foot a fixed distance from the edge of the fabric.
a Seam
b Presser foot
Sew while keeping the right edge of the fabric
aligned with a desired position of markings on the
stitch guide foot.
a Seam
b Stitch guide foot
c Markings

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