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Securing seam

For fastening the ends of seams, press the reverse

button and sew several reverse stitches.

The machine sews in reverse as long as you press and

hold the reverse button.

Press the reverse button once when sewing the

lock-a-matic stitch (pattern U3) or locking stitch (pattern

U4) so the machine will lock the stitches off and stop

automatically.

Cutting threads

After finishing sewing, press the thread cutter button

to cut the threads.

NOTES:

The thread cutter button does not function when the

presser foot is raised.

To start the next seam, it is recommended to bring the

bobbin thread up and pull both needle and bobbin

threads to the back under the presser foot.

Use the thread cutter on the face plate to cut the

specialized or thick threads if the auto thread cutter

does not work well.

To use the thread cutter on the face plate, remove the

fabric and draw it to the back.

Pull the treads up and slip them between the thread

cutter and face plate from behind.

Pull the threads toward you to cut.

Using the seam guide lines

The seam guides on the needle plate and hook cover

help you to measure seam allowance.

NOTE:

The numbers on the needle plate indicate the distance

from the center needle position in millimeters and

inches.

Angle scale on the needle plate

You can easily seam patchwork pieces at the desired

angle without marking, by using the unique angle scales

on the needle plate.

The angle scales are marked at 45, 60, 90 and 120

degrees.

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