I’ve got this awsome serger/overlock machine that I love (a Babylock Evolve, manual here: http://www.babylock.com/ftp/whitepapers/Evolve_BLE8W_InstructionRef.pdf), but I have a very basic problem: when I serge across another seam there’s too much bulk, the feed-dogs seem unable to make the fabric pass the presser foot, the fabric slips to the left and the seam ends up to the right of the fabric (= an opening in the seam).
I’ve tried adjusting the differential feed to a higher setting (which has worked to avoid the same problem at the end of a piece of fabric), which helps a bit, but it’s not enough.
Does anyone know the trick to avoid this? I’m sure there is one, but I’m really clueless and the trouble makes me sew less than I should (not good!). Help, please!!
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It looks like box pleats, but the pleats are bigger at the hem, so I think its a circle…
Ok very tricky, but I will try to explain. There is no seam in the back, so the seam is…
Hi, It looks like the pattern piece is for the pocket. Sometimes in pockets, one half …
I would make 2 darts, spaced out a bit.
I would run away from this. You would need an industrial sewing machine and years of ex…