Like Becky, I've been sewing like I've been posting - a little bit here and there. I have made two new skirts, one in a dark gray rayon ponte and one in black Sophia doubleknit. Today I have cut out a yellow top and plan to sew it up after lunch. The fabric is the 11 oz. rayon jersey from Emmaonesock. I've really enjoyed wearing my other tops in that fabric. I have another yellow in a lighter weight, from Michael Levine, and I think I'll sew that tomorrow or the next day. And then make some jewelry to go with the tops.
Saashka, how does the 1034D go around corners. Is the foot pretty fat or is it narrow?
I find it does a great job around curves, even fairly tight ones. Actual corners I do differently - inside corner becomes an almost straight line, and outside corner is done in two separate passes. Karen R provided a good explanation about the foot width. One other thing I'll say is that I have the Bernina 1300 serger/coverstitch, but ever since I tried the Brother 1034D serger, the Bernina has not serged a stitch.
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