What is a perfect stitch?
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What is a regular straight stitch?
The straight or running stitch is the basic stitch in hand-sewing and embroidery, on which all other forms of sewing are based. The stitch is worked by passing the needle in and out of the fabric at a regular distance. All other stitches are created by varying the straight stitch in length, spacing, and direction.
Why does my top stitch look like a straight line?
Check that the machine is threaded correctly.
If the bobbin thread was incorrectly threaded, the upper thread may be too tight. … The lower thread appears as a straight line on the lower side of the fabric. The stitching on the lower side of the fabric is loose or has slack.
How do I make sure my hem is straight?
A hem is when you fold under the fabric twice and sew it in place to create a nice finished edge (like at the bottom of your pants). To hem you will first fold the fabric under about 1/2″ and press (iron) it into place. Then fold it the same amount again, press it again and then do a straight stitch along it.
How does a properly balanced stitch appear?
To easily test the balance of a straight stitch, use contrasting colors of thread in the needle and the bobbin. The stitch is balanced when you cannot see two colors of thread on the fabric.
What tension should I use for a straight stitch?
The dial settings run from 0 to 9, so 4.5 is generally the ‘default’ position for normal straight-stitch sewing. This should be suitable for most fabrics. If you are doing a zig-zag stitch, or another stitch that has width, then you may find that the bobbin thread is pulled through to the top.
What does correct tension look like?
A correct thread tension looks smooth and flat on both sides of the seam. The needle and bobbin threads interlock midway between the surfaces of the material.