I’m getting the hang of sewing with tricot jersey fabric.
Over the weekend I sewed a very thin viscose dress, using my self drafted t-shirt pattern with one-piece-sleeves. Because the colour of the fabric is nude I put in red bands at neckline and arm holes. I used 1 m of fabric, bought at Joop’s Modestoffen in Sittard, at Stoffenspektakel.
I learned more about sewing with thin stretch fabric on this instructable page.
I mainly used stretchy stitch G on my Janome 423S, after trying out numerous zig zags on a very small piece of scrap fabric. This is the standard stretchy tricot stitch that’s on every machine and excellent for internal seams, as I learn on this page from Make It Perfect.au.
This page was very informative too: https://doitbetteryourself.club/best-stretch-stitches-sewing-machine/