Can I use decorative stitches with a walking foot?

Can you do a wavy stitch with a walking foot?

Organic Wavy Line Quilting: Organic Wavy Line Quilting can be performed from edge to edge using your walking foot. The amount of space you leave between the lines will determine what the end result will look like and how dense your quilting will be. The looser the quilting, the less stiff the quilt, the more drape.

Can you back stitch using a walking foot?

You should backstitch zigzag stitches to prevent the stitches from unravelling. To do this, simply use the reverse function on your sewing machine to stitch a few stitches backwards, then continue sewing forwards again. You can backstitch a zigzag stitch using a regular presser foot or even a walking foot.

What is the difference between decorative stitches and sewing stitches?

Decorative stitches can be sewn just like the regular stitch. They are generally wider than regular stitches. Decorative sewing does the function of basic sewing, joining two fabrics finishing the edge of the fabric or stitching the fabric with pleats or darts.

What stitches can you do with a walking foot?

The walking foot is engineered for FORWARD MOTION stitches such as straight and zig zag. If the feed dogs move backwards they may cause the fabric to shift, as feed dogs do not move backward as efficiently as they do forward. Think of it this way, your car will drive in reverse, but it is designed to move forward.

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