B0421S05A Single Fold Bias Binder (40mm) / Babylock, Cover-stitch, Evolve , Evolution, Ovation, Gloria
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B0421S05A Single Fold Bias Binder (40mm) / Babylock, Cover-stitch, Evolve , Evolution, Ovation, Gloria

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  • Vendor:Babylock
$92.30

B0421S05A Single Fold Bias Binder (40mm) / Bablylock, Cover-stitch, Evolve ,  Evolution, Ovation, Gloria

Original parts for Babylock models:
  • Evolve (BLE8W-2)
  • Evolution (BLE8W-2)
  • Ovation (BLE8)
  • Coverstitch (BLCS)

1 - 1/8 inch Binder:

STITCH USED :

  • WIDE COVER STITCH C1 - C3 
  • WIDE COVER STITCH C1 - C3 

1 - 5/8 INCH BINDER :

STITCH USAED :

  • WIDE COVER STITCH C1 - C3
  • TRIPLE COVER STITCH C1 - C2 - C3 
  1. Secure Attachment to table with guide fixing screws .
  2.  Feed bias strip into attachment with wrong side of facing you .
  3. With the tweezers , pull the folded bias  strip into the attachment , up to the needles and under the presser foot .
  4. turn the hand wheel 3-4 times to secure the stitching inthe fabric.
  5. Make sure the alignment of the attachment is in th place with the right needle position . The right needle must be sewing in the double fold on the top of fabric.
  6. For the proper attachment of  bias to fabric use wide or triple cover stitch.
  7. when using triple cover stitch , the C3 needle thread is to be in the double fold edge and the C1 and C2 thread are to the left of fold sewing the raw edge down on the bottom of the fabric .
  8. sew test for proper alignment before sewing on the project. 

 SEWING SPEED : MODERATE TO SLOW .

FABRICS USED: chambray , Lace ( width of bias strip ) , it. wt. denim .

Cutting Width of bias strip :

  • 1-1/8 inch (28mm) -  Cut bias strip 1-3/ 8 inch wide 
  • 1-5/8 inch (40mm) -  Cut bias strip 1-5/ 8 inch wide 

NOTE : HEAVIER FABRICS MAY NEED TO BE CUT NARROWER.

INSTRUCTION :

  • Stitch Length : 3-4 
  • Cutting blade :Disengaged "LOCKED" 
  • Upper Looper: Down 
  • Sewing table : ON


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