B0421S08A Single Downturn Feller (5/8")/ Babylock/Coverstitch/Evolve/Evolution/ovation/Gloria
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B0421S08A Single Downturn Feller (5/8")/ Babylock/Coverstitch/Evolve/Evolution/ovation/Gloria

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  • Vendor:Babylock
$40.30

B0421S08A Single Downturn Feller (5/8") / Babylock/Coverstitch/Evolve/Evolution/Ovation/Gloria

Original parts for Babylock model:

  • Coverstitch (BLCS)
  • Evolve (BLE8W-2)
  • Evolution (BLE8W-2)
  • Ovation(BLES8)

Single Downturn Feller - 1/4
Stitch Used:

  • Narrow Left Cover Stitch - only C1 - C2
Single Downturn Feller - 5/8 inch

Stitch Used:

  • Narrow Left Cover Stitch - C1- C2
  • Wide Cover Stitch -C1- C3

Single Downfeller -1 inch
Stitch Used :

  • Wide Cover Stitch C1- C3
  • Triple Cover Stitch C1- C2 - C3
  • Narrow Left Cover Stitch C1 - C2

Application : Hem straight edges of projects.

Fabrics:

1/4 inch Feller - Lt. wt. Denim , Chambray , Broadcloth , Calico , Polyester, and Rayon

NOTE : WILL NOT WORK WITH POLAR FLEECE OR SWEATSHIRT FLEECE

5/8 inch and 1 inch feller - Lt. wt. denim , chambray , broadcloth ,calico ,ultrasuede , leather.

NOTE : Will work with two layers of it. wt. polar fleece with no seams .

SEWING SPEED: Moderate to slow

INSTRUCTION :

  • Stitch Length : 3-4
  • Cutting Blade: Disengaged "LOCKED"
  • Upper Looper: Down
  • Sewing Table: ON

Attachment: Make sure the attachment is in the front and the center screw position of mounting bracket to avoid being too close to the toe of the presser foot .

  1. Secure the attachment to the table with guide fixing screws .
  2. To start hemming , finger press under 1/4 inch for 3-4 inches .
  3. Feed the fabric (right side up) through attachment and pull the fabric to the needles and under the presser foot .
  4. Make sure the fabric is still folded when placing under the presser foot .
  5. Keep fabrics turned under when feeding into attachment to insure the fabric will roll under when sewing .

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