Question about Brother 1034D Serger Sewing Machine
I removed the stitch finger to do a rolled hem and I'm not sure how to replace it. my manual doesn't say anything about that. any help would really help...Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you want to use a blind stitch. Refer to your manual and it should give you details on how to set the machine for that stitch.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
SOURCE: I have the Brother 2600i
I would put my tension at 3, length at 2 and 3-5 for width. Make sure that your machine is actually on the blind hem stitch pattern, If this does not work, call Brother at 1-877-276-8437 and have them tell you where to take it, if they cannot guide you through it. I hope that you are under warranty, or that you can return it, if there is a mechanical problem.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
It is not a special stitch, just a three thread overlocked seam with left needle but you do it with the blind hem foot and fold your fabric into a "z" shape, wrong side upwards and raw edge at the bottom to be trimmed by the blade as you seam. The folded edge is run against the "blade" of your blind hem foot to ensure even "bite" of the upper fold by the needle while the loopers form the seam around your raw edge below. Then when you finish and press the z fold open, you obviously want a little as possible of the needle stitch to show on the right side of the hemline. So you need to practice and adjust the position of the blind hem guide to ensure you are getting the needle to stitch just onto the folded edge.
I have only ever done it on knit fabric, as it does show and not very successful on a curved hem edge, straight edge is fine. You only want to catch a minimal amount of the fabric with the needle, lengthen the stitch length to 3 so there is less stitches per inch as it will show on the right side.
There is a tutorial here on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDJbFNZrCUI
Posted on Nov 15, 2011
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