Joining Stitch using a twin needle.

Joining Stitch using a twin needle.

Sewing method, Joining Stitch using a twin needle.

Was looking at the sewing manual and notices that many of the stitches note that they can be used with a twin needle.

I do not use the twin needle much, I prefer to topstitch using a single needle and running through the machine twice.

For this method/technique example, I am doing topstitching with the joining stitch, trying to replicate the reverse coverstich look that is very popular now, on a home sewing machine.

Results now great, kinda messing looking and not attractive at all.

Used a 2mm, 3mm, and 4mm twin needle.

Had to keep turning down stitch width, have to be careful when using a twin needle, and a zigzag stitch, widths may exceed your presser foot or needle plate opening.

2mm, width 4.5mm, 3mm width 4mm, 4mm, width 3.5mm.

Trying out the joining stitch with twin needle.
Trying out the joining stitch with twin needle.

 

Trying out the joining stitch with twin needle. Right side, single needle, 2mm, 3mm and 4mm twin needles.
Trying out the joining stitch with twin needle. Right side, single needle, 2mm, 3mm and 4mm twin needles.
Trying out the joining stitch with twin needle. Wrong side, single needle, 2mm, 3mm and 4mm twin needles.
Trying out the joining stitch with twin needle. Wrong side, single needle, 2mm, 3mm and 4mm twin needles.

 

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