How Do I Tie a Knot When Using the Handy Stitch Sewing Machine?

I have a Handy Stitch handheld sewing machine. How do you tie it off when you are done? I have sewed somethings, but at the end it will unravel if you pull the thread since it only goes one way. Thanking you in advance.

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By Linda from Buffalo, MO

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October 27, 20100 found this helpful

Since many hand held sewing machines use what is called a lock stitch and do not reverse, I would say your best bet would be to hand-tie a double knot at each end of your seam. Not an overhand knot but one where you tie a knot with both threads separately. Leave a good length of thread at each end to do it. Or perhaps a drop of washable fabric glue, it would seal your seams, if knotting is a problem for you.

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