Added Apr 22, 2011
Stitch the Stretch Magic to the garment using a close, narrow zigzag stitch that covers the Stretch Magic
(width: 2.5mm, length: 0.5mm) You may want to first experiment with scraps of your fabric to see which settings work best on your machine. Stitch around the neckline. As you approach the beginning of the stitching, cut off the Stretch Magic so that the cut end just meets the existing stitching. Keep the Stretch Magic lined up so you create a smooth transition to complete the circle. Continue for a few more stitches over your previous stitching.
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