The average pay for a Flare Stitcher is £27,316 a year and £13 an hour in London, United Kingdom.
The average salary range for a Flare Stitcher is between £21,203 and £32,235.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in London, United Kingdom.
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Operates single, double, or multiple-needle stitching machine to join or decorate shoe parts, or to reinforce edges: selects spool of thread or prewound bobbin, places spool or bobbin on spindle or looper, and draws thread through guides and needles.
Aligns parts and presses knee control or pedal to raise presser foot or roller.
Positions parts under needle and lowers presser foot or roller.
Presses foot or knee control to start machine and guides parts under needle, following seams, edges, or markings, or moves edges of part against guide.
Cuts excess thread or material from shoe parts, using scissors or knife.
When operating double or multiple-needle machine, may turn setscrew on needle bar and position one or more needles as specified.
May be designated according to shoe parts stitched as back-seam stitcher; box-toe stitcher.
May be designated according to machine operated as flatbed stitcher; zig-zag stitcher.
May be designated according to number of needles in machine operated as double-needle stitcher; multiple-needle stitcher; single-needle stitcher.
May be designated: backstay stitcher; barrer and tacker; binding stitcher; buckle sewer, machine; california seamer; counter-pocket sewer; cover maker; cut-out stitcher; edge stitcher; fancy stitcher; flare stitcher; gore inserter; insole tape stitcher.
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