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Hemming With The Cover Stitch; Free Arm Hemming - ELNA 444 Instruction Manual

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Hemming with the Cover Stitch

z Fold up the edge of the fabric to the wrong side and
press.
x Draw a line with a tailor's chalk on the right side of the
fabric to mark the fabric edge.
c Place the fabric so the left needle drops just to the
left side of the marked line. Lower the presser foot.
v Sew carefully along the marked line.
b After finishing sewing, raise the presser foot and
remove the fabric to the rear.
n Draw the needle threads to the wrong side of the
fabric and knot them together.
q Marked line
w Left needle
e Right needle
r Right side of the fabric

Free Arm Hemming

The extension table can be detached for free arm
hemming on the tubular parts of the garments, such as
sleeves, cuffs etc.
z Detach the extension table (see page 8).
x Stitch the hem in the same way as hemming with
cover stitch.
c Continue to sew over the stitches 2˝ (4 to 5 cm)
beyond the beginning of the seam and stop the
machine.
Cut the threads at the beginning and at the end.
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