What is meant by blind stitching?
: a sewing stitch so made as to be invisible on the right side and often nearly invisible on the wrong side. blindstitch. transitive verb. blind·stitch.
Why use a blind stitch?
Blind stitching is useful when joining two folded edges together, as the thread is only visible when the folded material is pulled away. This technique allows the sewer to invisibly attach pockets, facings and trimmings to a garment.
What does a blind stitch machine do?
A blind hem machine will only perform the blind hem stitch and no other which is found on dresses, skirts and trouser legs. The blind hemmer creates its stitch by the needle moving from side to side rather than up and down which a conventional sewing machine would do.
What is a monogramming foot?
The monogram foot is sometimes referred to as “N”. It was created to stitch wider, more decorative stitches. It has a line/mark on the side for starting your decorative stitch. This line is for stitch pattern placement. You can also use it for aligning your stitches and decorative pattern when turning a corner.
What is a braiding foot?
The braiding foot (also known as couching or cording foot) is a specialty foot that fits in place of the standard foot. It’s used to attach decorative trim such as braid, cord, piping, yarn, and ribbon to fabric.
What is another name for the blind stitch?
The hem stitches that are commonly used for hand-sewn hems include: pick stitch; catch stitch ( also called a ” herringbone stitch”); slip stitch; and blind stitch.