twinneedleA twin needle makes a pretty stretch seam for knit fabrics.  But if your twin needle stitching doesn’t look like it’s supposed to, Susan from Moonthirty helps with some troubleshooting.  Whether it’s skipped stitches or puckering between the parallel stitch lines, she has some tricks to help get your stitches looking like they ought to.  Go to her blog to get her advice.

[photo from Moonthirty]

By Anne Weaver




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2 Comments so far

  1. Amy in TX on February 20, 2013 12:59 pm

    Thanks, I needed this info!

  2. Patsy on February 27, 2014 9:58 am

    I had difficulty getting the zigzag on the bottom. Fiddled with needle and bobbin tension to no avail. Finally, as a last resort swapped out my metal bobbin for a plastic one and wow there was my zigzag!

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