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Stitch-in-the-ditch is a method where quilting stitches are sent directly in the seam or placed closely to the seam. It is an amazing way for quilters to quilt along the lines of their patchwork, or simply for any sewing lover to join 2 edges of fabrics together! It is also commonly used to sew concealed seams on clothes.
How to Use:
Snap on the STITCH IN THE DITCH FOOT
Set the needle in the centre position, in line with the guide (vertical blade) of the foot.The guide (vertical blade) helps to guide the fabrics while you sew, placing the stitches perfectly within the seam lines.
To join fabric edges, fold under and press both edges, making sure they are straight. Place the 2 fabrics side by side so that the folded edges are touching the vertical position of the guide (vertical blade) between them. Set the machine for stitches wide enough to catch both fabrics. A common stitch is the zigzag stitch. feather stitch as well as several decorative stitches. Play around to find out your desired outcome!
When joining fabric to lace or other trim, best results are achieved when lace or trim has a flat header. Fold under and press the fabirc edge, and place the lace or trim next to fabric edge and stitch as above.
Suitable for a wide variety of models:
Make your own fancy applique on your patchwork! The guide(vertical blade) within the STITCH IN THE DITCH Foot helps you manoeuvre curves and complex designs using a zig-zag stitch, resulting in uniques patterns.
Create pintucks effortlessly!
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