Don't you just hate it when your sewing machine tries to eat the corners of your sewing project? I've sewn a lot of corners on narrow hems and I always had problems sewing the corners until I tried the trick in the video. I use narrow hems on many of my designs like the Pocket-t and the Tie-Dress.
It's a simple trick but it works like a charm. When you pivot your project at the corner fold the hem you just sewed under the foot of your sewing machine. This ensures your gripper will have enough fabric to guide it through.
Do you have another trick or technique that works like a charm? Did you give it a try? Let me know in the comments below.
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