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should you be going fast or slow when you are sewing? you should go slow to prevent mistakes
what does the feed dog do? it feeds the fabric throug the machine while stiching
what does the bobbin winder do? it winds the thread on to the bobbin
what does selvage mean? the finished edge of woven fabrics that run parallel to the lengthwise grain.
should you sew over pins that are placed in the fabric? no. if you do you can break you needle and ruin the machine.
should you be shoving the fabric through the sticher as hard as you can? No. the feed dog does all the work for you all you have to do is guide the fabric in a stright line.
when do you back stich? At the begging of the line and at the end of the line.
when you sew should the bobbin winder be open or closed the bobbin winder should be open when you are sewing.
Created by: spots101