I had never heard of such machines until recently. I believe they do a specific task such a “transverse seam” the seam commonly found in jeans, and other things, however does anyone know more about these? Iin recent youtube videos i’ve seen that they have a special attachment that looks like a sewing machine foot, it looks twisted, im assuming thats what makes the mentioned seam. Is there any way to replicate this seam? (other than the flat-felled method) It would be great to know a little bit more about them :)
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I did the basting stitch, gathered, seamed, then ruched, and that all worked out fine…..
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