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Heavy upholstery 8 30

Fabric No Per Inch Thread Thread Nylon

Needle Stitches Cotton Mercerized or

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Very sheer chiffon. 16 100

ninon, net, marquisette, etc. 20 150

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Medium heavy drapery 10 40

Medium broadcloth, 10 60

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suiting, felt, terry, etc. 12 60

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and the left wheel downward (4, Fig. 12—B) until the black indicator is

on the far right, the red one on the far left. Move stitch width lever,

Be sure to set the stitch width at_0, or the needle will break in

Slip pin on lower side of cover plate into groove on needle plate.

To change needle plate (15, Fig. 1) remove screws and lift off

loosen thumb screw 18 and remove zigzag foot. Replace with hinged

narrow foot and tighten screw securely.

with cover plate 1$ attached. Hold needle plate with left hand and

cover plate with the right. (Fig. 12—A.)

Press upper corner of cover plate (right side up) down slightly

pressure. When the pin is released the two plates will separate.

Attach cover plate to straight stitch plate by reversing the above

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Insert tongue into scuare opening and slide upper pin into position.

Put olates on machine and fasten securely with needle plate screws.

striking the foot or plate. Turn the right stop adjustment wheel upward 1’’I

needle slots.

Changing the Foot and Plate. To change presser foot (16, Fig. 1)

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When necessary to change the bobbin tension, turn small screw (Fig. 14) on

Before adjusting lower tension be sure that the machine is threaded properly.

turn to the left. The higher the number on the dial the tighter the tension.

upper thread, turn dial (Fig. 13) to the right, or clockwise. To decrease,

is automatically released when it is raised. To increase the tension on the

Always adjust the upper tension with the presser foot down, as the tension

ADJUSTING THE TENSIONS

Fig. 12—B, as far as it will go. The machine will sew backward as long as the button is held in.

When you wish to sew backward to tie the threads at the beginning or end of a seam, press in the button R,

SEWING iN REVERSE

Number of stitches per inch No Feeding 30 12 8 6

Figures on indicator 0 1 2 3 4

STITCH LENGTH CHART (Approximate’

lengthen and to the right to shorten the stitch. The number of the stitch length you choose should appear above

longest, but the dial may be set at any spot between markings for a variety of lengths. Turn the dial to the left to

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The length of the stitch is regulated by the dial. 8, shown in Fig. 12—B. Near 0 is the shortest stitch and 1 is the

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The speed of the machine is regulated by increasing or decreasing the amount of pressure exerted on the control. j -

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Place material and threads in position under the presser foot and lower the presser foot. Turn the hand wheel .

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Have take-up lever at highest point before starting to sew. Do not try to help the feeding by pulling the material

toward you until the needle is at its highest point. You are now ready to begin sewing. By having the needle at

PREPARING TO SEW

return feed to normal, return knob to “HI”.

the knob to “DN” position, which drops the feed well below the needle plate. To

any direction for darning, mending and certain kinds of free-hand embroidery, release

the pressure cap B completely by pressing down on the snap lock, A, Fig. 20. Turn =

spot. Lower the feed slightly by turning the black dot on the knob to “LO” position.

pressing the snap lock, A, Fig. 20, and then press cap B down again to halfway

DARNING AND MONOGRAMMING. In order to move the fabric freely in

material, the pressure cap should be about halfway down. Release all the way by

\\Then lighter pressure is required to sew satisfactorily on thin silk or filmy

SEWING THIN OR LIGHT WEIGHT FABRICS.

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C. Set stop wheels at 1 and 5. Gradually move lever from 1 F

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B. Set stop wheels at 2 and 4, then move lever siowly between E

to 0 for a short period. Count, if necessary, to establish

A. Sew a few stitches at 5 width, then quickly move lever back C

SAMPLES OF CREATIVE EMBROIDERY B

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2 and 4, etc. Set a rhythm for yourself and then proceed. After a while you will become quite skillful, varying

zigzag lever back and forth between 0 and 5 or any other combination of widths. Try setting the locks at 1 and 5.

With the machine set for a short stitch length, different designs can be made v swinging the stitch width or

Embroidery Patterns

your designs by the speed of the machine, stitch length and width and the manipulation of the lever.

to the left as it will go for the 4 width.

any two widths, such as 2 and 4, in doing free4’iand embroidery or buttonholes, turn the right wheel downward until

the black indicator moves to the 2 setting, and turn the left wheel upward until the red indicator is on 4 setting. By

moving the zigzag lever (3, Fig. 12—B) as far to the right as it will go, the 2 width will be produced. Move it as far

un:i the red and black indicators meet at the chosen stitch width number. Should you wish to move freely between

To stitch continuously at one width of zigzag stitching, both stop adjustment wheels (4, Fig. 12—B) may be turned

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position. Stretch the fabric in an embroidery hoop, and

place the needle after removing the under presser foot. Set

bar lifter. Then operate the machine at a rather high speed

carefull and be sure to keep fingers out of the path of the

the from the foot by pressing down the snap lock on

pressure

the automatic darner. Turn the drop feed knob to “DN”

the stitch width at the size you prefer and lower the presser

while moving the hoop slowly with both hands. Work

when embroidering or monograniming. (See Fig. 24). Release

It is easy to follow a stamped design or to work free hand

EMBROTDERING WITH A HOOP

twin needles even in straight stitching.)

For double rows of straight stitching, lengthen the stitch and set the width at 0. (Zigzag foot must be used for

red indicator is set on No. 3 width. Always turn the wheel by hand to be sure needles do not strike either side of

the needle hole.

Variatios of the designs shown in Fig. 23 (with the exception of the daisy) may be done with twin needles if the

Twin Needle Work

needle to make next daisy petal. Continue until flower design is complete. Lock threads

width at 0 and taking 3 or 4 stitches in center of design.

by setting stitch

F. Drop feed. -lock stitch width at 4, take 3 or 4 stitches, leave needle in fabric left of stitches.

raise it again. By operating the feed knob rhythmically it is not necessary to count stitches.

Pivot fabric on

at 3 and 4 for the same count. Return to 3 and 2. Repeat.

D. Set wheels at 2 and 4. Operate machine at rather high speed. Stitch at 2 while you count “i, 2. 3.” then stitch

F. 3e: both s:op wheels at 4, stitch length at 1. Do a few zigzag stitches, drop feed for 3 or 4 stitches, then

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Fr narrower buttonhole, set the stitch width at less than 2, and move stitch width lever to 4 or less for bar tack.

stitchin’g, under the fabric. And it is always wise to make several buttonholes on scraps of fabric before working on

If you plan to make buttonholes on sheer or soft material, place tarlatan or paper, which can be torn away after

the garment.

tO. Return stitch width to 0 and take two o three stitches to fasten bar threads and prevent raveling. Cut the

9. Make bar tack by repeating 5 and 6 above (step 4).

Fig. 26

S. Stitch second side of buttonhole, step 3.

4. Lift the presser foot and using the needle as a pivot, turn the fabric end for end.

5. Lower presser foot and turn hand wheel just enough to

6. Drop feed all the way down and move zigzag lever to 5.

machine with needle in fabric at right side of stitching.

and return stitch width to 2’s.

3. Lower needle carefully into the mark on fabric indicating the beginning of buttonhole.

Stitch to the mark for the end of the buttonhole, step I, Fig. 26, stopping

2. Lock the stitch width at 2½ with the right stop adjustment wheel, and set the

7. Raise needle out of fabric and return feed to “HI” position

1. Replace presser foot with buttonhole foot which is grooved deeply underneath to

machine adjustments are correct.

stitch length near 0.

raise needle out of fabric.

or tailor’s chalk. Make one on scrap fabric (following directions below) to be sure

First, mark the beginning and end of the buttonhole on fabric with a basting line

prevent piling up.of thread. (See Fig. 25.)

Take five or six stitches to form bar tack, step 2. Fig. 26.

buttonhole opening with the seam ripper, being careful not to cut the stitching.

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the same procedure as for

sewn to the fabric with

the same procedure above for the two hole

fabric to permit stitching

Apply the above method to sew on buttons

with four holes, hooks and snaps, etc.

in regular way. Remove the toothpick and wind thread under button, forming a shank. Fasten.

If you wish you may place a rounded toothpick over the button, between the two holes, and sew button to fabric

If a four hole button is to be sewn, follow

4. When needle goes into the center of each hole, run the machine at medium speed, making five or six stitches,

5. To lock the zigzag stitch and prevent raveling, set the stitch width at 0. and take a few stitches in the same hole.

needle comes exactly over the right hole of the button. Turn the balance wheel slowly by hand to be sure the

stopping with the needle in the left hole.

button. Now lift presser foot slightly and move

directly under the needle, then gently lower the presser foot. Move the zigzag width lever to the left until the

needle clears both holes of the button. Correct width if necessary.

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3. Move zigzag width lever, to ‘0’ position or to the extreme right. Place the button so that its left hole comes

2. Turn drop feed knob to “DN”

Rmove hinged presser foot and attach button sewing foot. (See Fig. 27A, B and C.

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