Having difficulty "stitching in the ditch"? This is specifically for you.
Withthe Stitch In The Ditch Foot, you will find a really easy way to finish quilts, bindings and occasionally waistbands, collars and even cuffs. Ditch stitch looks so good thanks to the needle of the machine going through the seam on the right side of the fabric. It secures the fabric on the wrong side and leaves a neat finish with no visible stitch on the right side.
Designed to help you achieve perfect quilting on the top of your quilt.
The guide rides smoothly over the seam for perfect stitching 'in the ditch'.
Fits All Low Shank Snap-On Singer, Brother, Babylock, Euro-Pro, Janome, Kenmore, White, Juki, New Home, Simplicity, Necchi and Elna Sewing Machines.
Brand Name: CKPSMS
Use: Household use
Type: Sewing machine spare parts
Size : Approx. 3.2cm x 1.7cm x 0.7cm / 1.26” x 0.67” x 0.28” (LxWxH).
Weight: 30g / 0.07lb.
1 x Stitch In The Ditch Foot
How to stitch in the ditch:
There are 3 mains uses of stitch in the ditch:
Finishing quilts. This sewing technique uses a walking foot if you have one and is especially useful for finishing off quilts. The stitch in the ditch finishes the quilt as it stitches together the lining and batting. The ditch refers to the indent made between the joined fabrics.
Finishing binding on necklines, cuffs, waistbands and anywhere you want an invisible finish. A stitch in the ditch finish is a great way to neaten off a facing with a bound edge.
Waistbands – Waistbands on gathered skirts commonly are joined on using the stitch in the ditch method.