Robert Ray wrote:Maybe the stop is if you have to backstitch when using it, that way you have a reference point. The scale is so small specifically for quilts?
Robert Ray wrote:The needle is passed through the groove?
Tereza Okava wrote:is this a thing for sewing the end of sacks shut???
(I hope you can eventually take pics of how this thing works. Ive been running errands all afternoon and thinking about this blessed thing the whole time!!)
Tereza Okava wrote:Does the crank work continually, or is it an in-and-back motion? It looks like for the crank to turn it would have to be mounted on the edge of something, where would the clamp mount on this device?
Saana Jalimauchi wrote:Oh you guys post stuff fast, I thought my edit would be on time..
My guess was a devise for folding the side on the fabric that you usually do with an iron so that it is easier to sew? I have no idea of the terminology. 😄
Pearl Sutton wrote:For folding bias tape?
Pearl Sutton wrote:Something to put a casing on corset stays?
Pearl Sutton wrote:Is this type of machine still in use?
Or rather, a machine that does the same function.
Pearl Sutton wrote:Alright, you got an evil one here....
Is it involved any way with sewing?