Jay Angler wrote:The picture's a little fuzzy - would it give away too much if there was something for scale??? Or is there a back side we could see?
My first thought is that it's part of the belt buckle or strap adjusting gizmo where the small ball traps something under pressure, but releases easily when needed.
r ranson wrote:
My sewing machine looks like this
It sews forwards in a straight line, and if I put the buttonhole attachment on, it makes buttonholes. That's what it can do. It doesn't go backwards unless I change direction by swivelling the cloth the other way.
It made me happy to see that I wouldn't require a zig-zag stitch to do this pattern.
Only, lesson one of the class has us using a zig-zag stitch to finish the princess seams. Either that or a serger.
There was no mention of this PRIOR to purchase.
It's actually a big deal for me and might break the entire project. Unless I can find a different way of finishing the seam edges? I love enclosed seams, but how to do that on a princess seam? I can't see it. Could I bind the seam?