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GURE28398 Novum

Novum Felling Foot 4mm - 4mm

by Novum
£4.99
4.99
  • This foot saves time and is great for garment construction, especially enclosed side seams on denim
  • A flat felled seam stitched with a double needle is the most common stitch for shirt's and casual garments, also known as a cover stitch.Flat-felled seams are extremely durable and popular like the typical jeans seams
  • Place this overlapping edge over the tongue of the Felling Foot
  • Sew along the folded edge with a straight stitch.6
  • Place the wrong sides of the fabrics together.3
  • Snap on the Felling Foot.2
  • Overlap the raw edge of the lower fabric by about 10 - 15 mm (3/8 inch to 5/8 inch).4
  • Separate the fabric and feed the extending hem into the Felling Foot.7
  • The fabric must be placed completely under the presser foot.5
  • They are especially decorative when sewn with contrasting thread!To sew either lightweight blouse and shirt fabrics or heavier denim and sportswear fabrics.1
  • Pull the two fabric layers taut during sewing.
  • Novum Felling Foot 4mm.This foot has a 4mm underfoot groove which is fantastic for making one-step, professional looking flat felled seams and for turning narrow edges and hems
  • The hem is turned by the foot and is stitched along the edge
Quantity:
  • Usually Despatches Within 6 Working Days
Dispatched & sold by: GUR Enterprise UK Ltd
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Description

Warning

  • Domestic Use Only. Not suitable for Children Under 36 Months.

Warranty

  • Novum 3 Year Warranty NOV01

Features

Accessories

  • HCODE

    GURE28398

  • MPN

    NOV0114

  • MANUFACTURER

    Novum

  • EAN CODE

    2561101144997

  • CONDITION

    NEW

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