43 Cording Use the cording foot H to sew over one or three strands of cording. Knitting yans, embroidery flosses, lace threads and fine wool tarns can be used for cording. Attach the cirding foot H. Select pattern S2 for three strands cording. NOTE: Pattern U9 (triple zigzagg stitch) can also be used. Insert three strands of cording under the spring on the foot. Make sure to pass each strand separately under the spring. 1 Spring Pull 10 cm (4”) of strands under the foot and to the rear. The grooves on the bottom of the foot will hold cordings in place while stitching over the cordings. Sew carefully over the cordings while guiding the strands parallel and even. For a single strand cording, insert a strand into the center groove on the foot. Select pattern U4 (zigzag stitch) and adjust the stitch width in accordance to the thickness of the cording.
Quilting(Q) Straight Stitch 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 A 44 Patchwork and Quilting (Q) There are 48 stitch patterns for patchwork and quilting in this group. Patterns Q1 to Q7 on the first page are special stitches for quilting, grouped together to make use of the drop feed option. The drop feed key is displayed in the pattern selection window, in place of the programming related keys. Using the quilting guide bar The quilting guide bar is helpful when sewing parallel, evenly spaced rows of stitching. Two kinds of quilting guide bars are included in the standard accessories, one for use with the zigzag foot and the other is for even feed foot. To attach the quilting guide bar for the zigzag foot: Loosen the screw on the back of the foot holder and insert the quilting bar into the hole of the foot holder. Set the quilting guide bar at the desired spacing, and retighten the screw. Sew rows of stitching while tracing the previous row of stitching with the quilting guide bar. To attach the quilting guide bar for the even feed foot: Push the quilting bar down into the slot on the plastic cover of the even feed foot. Shift the quilting guide bar at the desired spacing. Sew rows of stitching while tracing the previous row of stitching with the quilting guide bar.