Fabric Guide for Babylock Overlock & Cover-stitch
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Fabric Guide for Babylock Overlock & Cover-stitch

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  • Vendor:Babylock
$96.60

åÊFabric Guide for Babylock Overlock & Cover-stitch

  • Original parts for models:
    • Evolve (BLE8W-2)
    • Evolution (BLE8W-2)
    • Ovation (BLE8)
  • If a precise stitching lines are what you desire, attach the adjustable fabric guide to the table of your serger.
  • The guide helps you align your fabric for perfect chain and cover-stitching every time.
  • This guide is exclusively for the Ovation.

If precise stitching lines are what you desire , attach the adjustable fabric guide to the table of your serger . the guide helps you align your fabric for perfect chain stitching every time.

  • Stitchihng type : Chain Stitch or Cover stitchåÊ
  • Needles: C1,C2,C3
  • Cutting Blade : Disengaged "LOCKED"
  • Upper looper : DOWN
  • Stitch åÊWidth : 5.5åÊ
  • Stitch length : AnyåÊ
  • sewing table : OnåÊ

TO ATTACH TO MACHINE:

  1. Thread the machine .
  2. turn the cutting blade to the "LOCKED" position .
  3. Disengage the upper looper to the" DOWN" position .
  4. Remove the blade cover and attach the sewing table .
  5. Attach the fabric guide guide by securing the screws into the threaded holes in the sewing table.

TO ALIGN USE :åÊ

  1. åÊThe raised marking on the toe of the foot indicate the needle position to help guide your fabric for accurate stitchingåÊ
  2. Align the "0" line of the fabric guide with the needle and the marking on the toe of the presser foot .
  3. To use the Alignment template , drop the needle in the circle , then align the straight line with the marking lines on the toe of the foot and the "0" line on the fabric guide .
  4. The numbers on the fabric guide indicate the distance from the needle to the raised edge of the fabric .
  5. Position the fabric guide so that the distance from the needle to the raised edge of the fabric åÊguide is the allowance you want to sew.
  6. Secure the fabric guide to the sewing table .
  7. Guide the edge of your fabric against the raised edge of the fabric guide .åÊ

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