Introduction

This guide is intended to demonstrate how to perform a backstitch using a Singer EZ-Stitch. A backstitch is a form of sewing that uses overlapping stitches to hold the thread in place. The Singer EZ-Stitch can only do what’s known as a chainstitch. That means that it uses just one spool of thread rather than the traditional bobbin and spool that most machines use.

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  • Complete your first line of stitching.

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Image 1/2: Press the peddle and continue stitching back over your previous line. Image 2/2: You can repeat this step as many times as you'd like, until you feel that the thread is secure
  • Without pressing on the pedal, turn your fabric so that the end of the line of stitches you just made is now closest to you.

  • Press the peddle and continue stitching back over your previous line.

  • You can repeat this step as many times as you'd like, until you feel that the thread is secure

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Image 1/2: A completed chainstitch should look something like the purple thread in the second photo. Image 2/2: A completed chainstitch should look something like the purple thread in the second photo.
  • Trim your thread.

  • A completed chainstitch should look something like the purple thread in the second photo.

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Conclusion

You have finished a line of stitching using the Singer EZ-Stitch.

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