What does the stitch length knob do?
It controls the length of the sewing-machine stitches.
Adjust Elna SU machine as follows: Set the stitch width knob and the stitch length dial at 0 If there is another Elna-disc in the automatic stitch control (called the elnagraph), remove it by pressing the button Put the Elna-disc you want to use in the Elna graph with the circular mark over the driving pin and press the Elna disc down For single elna discs: Use embroidery and buttonhole foor for filled designs with… Read More
what i use is the stitch length, set your machine to the longest stitch length
to increase the stitch length,turn the stitch length dial (1) to decrease the stitch length,turn the stitch length dial (1) while pressing the feed lever
Stitch length is going to depend greatly on the fabric. You are going to use a longer stitch length on denim than you are on chiffon. That is why it is important to test and adjust your stitch length on a scrap of fabric before you begin sewing your project.
The stitch regulator allows you to control both the length and the width of the stitch. The length of the stitch depends on the fabric you are sewing and how small or large you want the stitches to be (for example, if you're basting something together, you'd change the stitch length regulator to a higher number). The width of the stitch is controlled when sewing with an alternative stitch, such as a zigzag.
When the length of the stitch and the space between the two stitch is equal it is called even basting stitch.
Do you mean stitch width or stitch length? If you are talking about the width, there wouldn't be any because it's just straight. If you are asking about length then it would depend on what type of fabric you are using, as well as what you are making. If you are going to top stitch then the length would be longer. Fabrics that are knits, or are stretchy, would require a longer length than woven… Read More
A stitch regulator controls the length and width of the stitches.
In a sewing machine it adjusts the length of the stitches
A setting on your sewing machine that changes the length of the stitches.
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For stitching clothing, the best stitching is a straight stitch on a sewing machine (2.5 or 3.0 length). If you're sewing by hand, a straight stitch at a very short length may work, depending on how thick or sturdy the fabric is.
Every sewing machine is different so you will want to set it at the longest length stitch that your machine provides.
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On your sewing machine, there will be something called a "Stitch Length Control" which will allow you to do tiny or long stiches. This is found near the right side of the machine, and near the top.
A basting stitch.
The word "post" in crochet is referring to the whole stitch--generally a "tall" stitch (such as a double crochet, triple crochet, etc). The reason the instructions refer to the stitch in the row below, is so the crocheter understands that you are to stitch around the stitch below--the "post" of the stitch. Otherwise, if the instructions stated that you were to double crochet the next stitch, you would understand that you would be double crocheting… Read More
millimetres (usually 1 to 4). In the US, stitches per inch [2-10 ] .
This question cannot be answered. It is the thickness of the thread that matters, not the length.
the stitches are of equal length i.e one-fourth on both sides of the materials
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Stitches: *Running stitch *Back stitch *Outline stitch *Basting Stitch *Slip Stitch *Whipped Running Stitch *Chain Stitch *Open Chain Stitch *Broken Chain Stitch *Satin Stitch *Seed Stitch *Fly Stitch *Cross Stitch *Feather Stitch *Hemming Bone Stitch *Overcasting Stitch *Long & Short stitch *Zigzag Stitch *Blanket Stitch *Y stitch *Herring bone Stitch
The zigzag control on the sewing machine allows you to make a zigzag stitch. It allows you to control both the length and width of a zigzag stitch, which looks like a bunch of "Z"'s in a row.
The simplest rib stitch is this. Count stitches for even, then k2,p2 to the end of the row. Make sure that you reverse the order of stitches when you turn the row, in other words, start with k2 on the p2 you just finished. This will give you a nice even rib stitch piece. Continue for the length desired.
Back stitch Blanket stitch Blind Stitch Chain stitch Cross stitch Darning stitch Embroidery stitch Pad Stitch Tent Stitch Top stitch
you crochet a towel by doing any stitch you would like. you could use a single crochet, double crochet, half double crochet, or triple or treble crochet. you would chain stitch how ever long you want you towels length to be, then use what ever stitch you would like back and forth across.
Set your tension at the highest level...my machine is 9 and set your stitch length at 4 or the largest stitch length....and shear away If your stitches are not gathering..they should come together after 2 or 3 rows and to make your gathers more together just use your steam iron and it will all shrink up nice.
-Cast on 50 stitches on size 8 needles -Use garter stitch or rib stitch to add length until the scarf reaches the desired length -Cast off all stitches -To dress up the scarf: add tassels on the ends, make stripes by changing colors, or use a fancy yarn (such as eyelash)
There are about 22 different hand sewing stitches. Among them are hemming stitch, running stitch, slip stitch, whip stitch, blanket stitch, basting stitch, chain stitch, cross-stitch, darning stitch, and overcast stitch.
A front post stitch means instead of crocheting in the top loops of the stitch below, to crochet around the "post" which is the length of the stitch. For instance, how a double crochet is taller than a single crochet, that height is where you crochet around. I would go to youtube.com to find tutorials as it is much easier to learn visually than explained.
running stitch, cross stitch. back stitch, chain , french knot, stem stitch, the slip stitch, the button hole stitch and then the whip stitch
Blanket Stitch , Chain stitch ,Cross stitch, Feather stitch, Padding or satin stitch, Herringbone stitch
No, the stitch up after a magic loop slip stitch does not count as your first stitch, the magic loop slip stitch does.
You would need to measure the area to be stitched in order to know the length of time it would take to stitch that area.
it can go either way you just have to push the stitch length dial up and then it will go backwards
chain stitch,cross stitch,running stitch,stem stitch,straight stitch,kantha stitch,back stitch,coughing,french knot,bullion knots.
Chain stitch - hand or machine stitch for seams or decoration Lock stitch Straight stitch - Straight stitches pass through the fabric ground in a simple up and down motion, and for the most part moving in a single direction. ZigZag stitch Stretch stitch Cover stitch Running stitch - a hand stitch for seams and gathering Back stitch - a sturdy hand stitch for seams and decoration Satin stitch Outline stitch Cross stitch - usually… Read More
On "Lilo and Stitch", Stitch is an alien. Lilo calls Stitch her "dog". "Lilo and Stitch" was released in 2002
The running stitch is permanent. It is a straight stitch (a basic stitch) in hand-sewing and embroidery.
What is the name of the stitch made by doing a plain stitch backwards If you are asking, what is the opposite of a knit stitch; the answer is a purl stitch.
The order of continuity begins with Lilo & Stitch. Then, it is followed by Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch and Stitch! The Movie. After that movie, it continues with Lilo & Stitch: The Series, and concluded with Leroy & Stitch.
I think you mean the final strand or tail left after you complete your final stitch. That strand (and any other tails left dangling in your work) should be pulled through your last stitch, then sewn through the stitches to hide it. I generally go a few stitches in one direction, down the post of a stitch, and turn and go in the opposite direction, to make sure it stays in place. Try to match… Read More
Backstitch Running Stitch French Knots Couching Chain Stitch Moss Stitch Satin Stitch Bullion Knots Split Stitch Buttonhole Stitch
yes but you have to use the zig-zag or applique stitch setting zig-zag=width-4/5 length=2 applique= width-4/5 length=0.5
Use a contrasting thread to your material, and select the longest stitch length. then sew where the tacking should be.
There are four Lilo and Stitch movies: 1. Lilo and Stitch 2. Stitch has a Glitch 3. Stitch - the Movie 4. Leroy and Stitch All are available on DVD.
No. Hem stitch ^---^---^--- straight stitch ----------------
There are five Lilo and Stitch movies. No, there are four movies (and a TV series): 1. Lilo and Stitch 2. Stitch has a Glitch 3. Stitch the Movie 4. Leroy and Stitch
Lilo & stitch Stitch the movie Lilo & stitch 2 Leroy and stitch
A tack stitch, a baste stitch, or a chain stitch can be used for that.