Lock stitch bindlers are a fantastic tool for making a quick and easy lock stitch set.
They are versatile enough to be used with almost any stitch, and can be made to fit most fabrics, including knit and crochet.
To make a lock stitch button hole binding machine (also known as a “collar setter”), you need only a few basic tools and some patience.
Here are the key pieces you’ll need to make and assemble a lock stitch buttonhole binding machine.
The Needle We will need a needle, a ruler, and a drill press.
A Locking Pin (or any other pin that will allow you to use your lockstitching tools) You’ll need a pin that fits into the bottom of the hole, and will lock the stitch to the fabric.
A Thread Needle 4.
A Button Hole Tool We will also need a tool for setting the lock stitch knot in the stitch.
Thread We will use a thread needle to set the lockstitcher in place.
A Tool We can use our stitch hook to cut the thread and the thread loop.
An Lining Tool 8.
A Needle To sew the stitch in place, we’ll need the thread we need to sew the lock stitches onto the fabric, and the pin.
Thread Needles To sew in place the thread loops, we can use thread we have already sewn on our machine.
The stitch will now look something like this.
Thread Loop Cutting and Sewing We can then thread the stitch onto the thread hook.
Lining The Lining tool can also be used to cut out the thread, and sew the thread back on. 12.
Buttonhole Tool 13.
Sewing the button hole we can then glue the button holes onto the stitch, using the thread in place as a guide.
Needle Cutting and sewing 15.
Finished Lock Stitch Buttonhole Binding Machine, with Lock Stitches We will now make our first lock stitch binding machine with the help of this set of tools.
This Lock Stitching Machine is one of the best options for making your own, inexpensive, and easy to make buttonhole binders.
It has a variety of knits, crochets, and lace, and is available in a variety, and unique designs.
You can find the set here.
If you’re new to locking stitch, here are some helpful links to start with.
How to Make a Lock Stitcher Binding Machine.