This is going to sound so dumb but I still don't know how to do most of the stitches that most machines are capable of. It is a simple stitch that I want to do.
I want to top stitch seams together - it is on something that no one will really see - actually corn bags - but the seams have to be very strong. I actually tried a zig zag stitch but it didn't seem like it would hold very well. I don't want corn falling out all over the bed - LOL.
The reason I don't want to sew it on the wrong side and turn it is because I want to make a good many different channels and fill them as I go - fill them and make another channel. Does that make sense? I'm enclosing a picture (not a very good one) to show you one I made and had a heck of a time having made it the way I explained - sewing and turning it - then filling it with corn and trying to make channels.
Oh well, maybe someone will understand and come up with the stitch I should be using. Thanks!