Question: Which line is 3/8 on a sewing machine?

What are the lines on a sewing machine?

The lines on the stitch plate are there for you to use as a guide for your fabric, allowing you to maintain a straight line of stitching. You line up the edge of the fabric with the line that gives you the seam size you want and then guide the fabric along that line as you sew.

What do the lines mean on a needle plate?

The horizontal line that runs across the needle plate indicates where the needle will drop. When you start sewing, simply place the edge of the fabric along this line for a neat start. 5/8” Seam: … – When the needle is in the center position, line up the edge of the fabric with this mark to sew a consistent 5/8” seam.

Where is the 1/4 line on a sewing machine?

Accurate 1/4″ Seam Allowances are achieved with the Quarter Inch Foot because the distance from center needle opening to the right hand edge of the needle, is a 1/4″. Singer Sewing Machine is set to straight stitch, center the needle position.

What is seam line?

Seamline is the line that you sew along, usually 5⁄8 inch in from the cutting line (outermost edge of the pattern piece that you cut along). Seam allowance is the distance between the cutting line and the seamline. This allowance is usually hidden inside the garment once it is sewn.

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