Yes, it does seem very tricky. I'll have to remove all my empty diet coke cans and finished cigarettes from my table before I can gain access to my sewing machine.foilholio wrote:Far too on topic there! HEHE
yes I would like to know how that is done aswell.
The way I do it ,to keep the line or loop accurate, I just a put pin though both lines at 90degrees where I want the loop to start. When I sew the loop as long as the pin is still at 90 degrees the length will be exact. The sewing machine usually pulls both lines together nicely from where the pin starts. But a jig would be good and I have seen them used in some video/s. Sewing a zigzag on thin bridles is hardly easy without one.
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