Sewing machine stitches
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Couching is simply sewing a heavy thread in place with a finer thread. Its a retro technique, too, that was originally done by hand, but it works beautifully by machine as well. I use a zigzag stitch to secure the heavy thread in place. And, if you have a cording foot— the foot guides the thread as you sew.:
How to use overcast presser feet for sewing overcasting stitches
In this sewing tutorial video you will learn how to overlock stitch on regular sewing machine, types of seam finishes, types of overcast presser feet. You will find answers on these questions: how do you stop seams from fraying with overcast stitch, how do you finish a seam with zig zag, how do you overcast, is overcasting the same as overlocking, does my sewing machine have an overlock stitch?#sewingtutorial #sewingproject #sewingtools #overcaststitch #overcastfoot
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