Saddle Stitching is usually attractive on most designs where top stitching is required. However, it would not be appropriate for use on a print fabric. Saddle stitching can be done both by and machine.
Hand-sewn Saddle Stitches are long on the outside (about Â½â€� long, short on the reverse side of the fabric (about Â¼â€� long).
Use 6-stand embroidery thread for hand-sewn Saddle Stitches.
Machine-sewn Saddle Stitching can be made using buttonhole twist on the top and regular sewing thread on bobbin.
For Machine-sewn Saddle Stitching, set machine for the longest stitch, and do the stitching on the right side of the garment. Sew on top of tissue paper to keep the fabric from puckering.
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