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Bartack Stitch

Bartack Stitch

The Bartack Stitch is used for reinforcing areas of a garment that are subject to stress, such as belt loops and pockets.

 

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Applications


Attaching Belt Loops

The Bartack Stitch can be used to attach belt loops. Use a needle that is strong enough to sew through the thickness of the bartack and main fabric. Learn more about needles on the SINGER website.

BARTACK STITCH - Attaching Belt Loops

 

Securing Stress Points

The Bartack Stitch can be used to secure the corners of pockets, stress points on jeans, zippers and more.

BARTACK STITCH - Securing Stress Points

 

Decorative Stitching

Use the Bartack Stitch as a decorative stitch. Sew several on the fabric to create interesting surface design. Experiment with various types of thread such as rayon thread, all-purpose thread, metallic thread, topstitching thread, or even 30wt and 12wt cotton. Be sure to use a needle that is appropriate for the type of thread you are using. Learn more about needles on the SINGER website.

 

Attaching Ribbons

Attach ribbons or trims to a base fabric for a fun embellishment. Cut a length of ribbon, sew the Bartack Stitch over it to secure it in place on the main fabric. It is helpful to place a small scrap of stabilizer underneath the fabric. When the bartack has been sewn, tie the ribbon into a bow to finish.

BARTACK STITCH - Attaching Ribbons