2. Begin the stitch by poking your threaded needle up through the fabric.
3. The knot will be at the wrong side of fabric.
4. Always start your machine seam with one back stitch. Now poke the needle back down through the fabric next to where you just came up, and pull the thread to the wrong side of fabric.
5. Make sure your thread is always one side longer than the other side while sewing. You are sewing with the longer side of thread.
6. After started with a back stitch, now is the time for you to do the running stitch. Poke your needle up through the fabric, leaving a space from the previous back stitch.
7. Then poke the needle down through the fabric again making your first running stitch.
8. Poke the needle up and down through the fabric again making your second running stitch.
11. Look at the seam. Your started with a back stitch. Then continue with the "three running stitches and one back stitch".
12. Keep repeat doing the "three running stitches and one back stitch".
13. Now just continue this and you are on your way! See how easy this stitch is?Always finish your machine seam with a back stitch. After that back stitch, finishing with a knot!