What is a straight stitch needle plate?

What is needle plate?

A needle plate, also known as the throat plate, is a removable metal shield found on all sewing machines. This little metal shield is used to cover the bobbin area of your machine. However, some machines use special needle plates to help you with your sewing.

What is a straight stitch called?

The straight stitch is very versatile and sometimes called backstitch or even flat stitch, but its purpose is the same.

What is maximum stitch width?

All machines measure the stitch width in millimeters (mm). Some makes and models have a maximum stitch width of 4 to 6 mm. Others create stitches as wide as 9 mm.

What do you call a plate under the presser foot?

A sewing machine throat plate is the metal plate beneath a sewing machine’s needle and presser foot. It is typically held in place with one or more screws. A sewing machine throat plate has holes or slots for the needle to pass through as it moves up and down to stitch the fabric.

What does throat plate mean?

1 : throat sheet. 2 : a flat plate holding the feed dog of a sewing machine.

What is a side plate?

/ˈsaɪd ˌpleɪt/ a small plate that you put your bread on when you are eating the main part of a meal. US. a plate on which a small extra dish of food, for example vegetables or salad, is served.

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