Instruction Manual
Instruction Manual
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
This sewing machine is not a toy. Do not allow children to play with this machine.
The machine is not intended for use by children or mentally infirm persons without supervision.
This sewing machine is designed and manufactured for household use only.
Read all instruction before using this sewing machine.
DANGER – To reduce the risk of electric shock:
1. An appliance should never be left unattended when plugged in. Always unplug this sewing machine from the
electric outlet immediately after using and before cleaning.
2. Always unplug before replacing a sewing machine bulb. Replace bulb with same type rated 15 watts.
3. Do not reach for the appliance that has fallen into water. Unplug immediately.
4. Do not place or store appliance where it can fall or be pulled into a tub or sink. Do not place in or drop into water
or other liquid.
WARNING – To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons:
1. Do not allow children to play with the machine. The machine is not intended for use by children or infirme
persons without proper supervision.
Do not allow to be used as a toy. Close attention is necessary when this sewing machine is used by or near
children.
2. Use this appliance only for its intended use as described in this owner’s manual.
Use only attachments recommended by the manufacturer as contained in this owner’s manual.
3. Never operate this sewing machine if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, if it has been
dropped or damaged, or dropped into water.
4. Never operate the appliance with any air opening blocked. Keep ventilation opening of this sewing machine and
foot controller free from accumulation of lint, dust and loosen cloth.
5. Never drop or insert any object into any opening.
6. Do not use outdoors.
7. Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where oxygen is being administered.
8. To disconnect, turn all controls to the off (“O”) position, then remove plug from outlet.
9. Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
10. Keep fingers away from all moving parts. Special care is required around the sewing machine needle.
11. Always use the proper needle plate. The wrong plate can cause the needle to break.
12. Do not use bent needles.
13. Do not pull or push fabric while stitching. It may deflect the needle causing it to break.
14. Switch this sewing machine off (“O”) when making any adjustment in the needle area, such as threading the
needle, changing the needle, threading the bobbin or changing the presser foot, and the like.
15. Always unplug this sewing machine from the electrical outlet when removing covers, lubricating, or when making
any other adjustments mentioned in this owner’s manual.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
The design and specifications are subject to change without a prior notice.
Please note that on disposal, this product must be safely recycled in accordance with relevant National legistlation
relating to electrical/electronic products. If in doubt please contact your retailer for guidance. (European Union only.)
INDICE
SECTION 1. ESSENTIAL PARTS
Name of Parts ................................................................................................................. 2
SECTION 2. GETTING READY TO SEW
Extension Table ............................................................................................................... 3
Standard Accessories ..................................................................................................... 3
Accessories Storage Box ................................................................................................ 3
Connecting the Machine to the Power Supply ................................................................ 4
Foot Control .................................................................................................................... 4
Presser Foot Lifter ........................................................................................................... 5
To Attach and Remove the Presser Foot ........................................................................ 5
Changing Needle ............................................................................................................ 6
Thread and Needle Chart ............................................................................................... 6
Setting Spool Pins ........................................................................................................... 7
Removing or Inserting the Bobbin Case ......................................................................... 7
Winding the Bobbin ......................................................................................................... 8
Threading Bobbin Case .................................................................................................. 8
Threading the Machine ................................................................................................... 9
Drawing Up Bobbin Thread ........................................................................................... 10
Balancing Needle Thread Tension ................................................................................ 11
Pattern Selector Dial ..................................................................................................... 12
Stitch Length Dial .......................................................................................................... 13
Reverse Stitch Button ................................................................................................... 14
Darning Plate ................................................................................................................ 14
SECTION 3. BASIC SEWING
Straight Stitch Sewing ................................................................................................... 15
To change the direction ................................................................................................. 15
Seam Guide Line .......................................................................................................... 16
Turn a Square Corner ................................................................................................... 16
Zigzag Stitching ............................................................................................................ 17
Tricot Stitch ................................................................................................................... 18
Overedge Stitching ........................................................................................................ 18
Triple Stitch ................................................................................................................... 19
Sewing Buttons ............................................................................................................. 20
Buttonhole ..................................................................................................................... 21
Blind Hem Stitch ........................................................................................................... 22
SECTION 4. DECORATIVE STITCHES
Shell Tuck ...................................................................................................................... 23
Stretch Stitch Patterns .................................................................................................. 23
Smocking ...................................................................................................................... 24
Applique ........................................................................................................................ 24
SECTION 5. CARE OF YOUR MACHINE
Dismantling and Assembling ......................................................................................... 25
Shuttle Race Unit .......................................................................................................... 25
Cleaning the Feed Dog ................................................................................................. 25
Sewing Light .................................................................................................................. 26
Trougleshooting ............................................................................................................. 27
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SECTION 1. ESSENTIAL PARTS
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Name of Parts
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q Reverse stitch button
w Pattern selector dial
e Stitch length dial
r Bobbin winder stopper
t Bobbin winder spindle
y Spool pins
u Bobbin winder thread guide
i Thread guide
o Thread take-up lever
!0 Thread tension dial
!1 Face plate
!2 Needle plate
!3 Extension table
!4 Presser foot holder
!5 Needle clamp screw
!6 Needle
!7 Presser foot
!8 Carrying handle
!9 Balance wheel
@0 Power switch
@1 Machine socket
@2 Free arm
@3 Presser foot lifter
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!0
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!2
!3
!5
!4
!6
!7
!8
!9
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Note: The specifications are subject to change
without prior notice.
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@0
@1
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SECTION 2. GETTING READY TO SEW
Extension Table
The extension table provides added sewing
surface and can be easily removed for free arm
sewing.
Detaching the table:
Pull the table away from the machine.
Attaching the table:
Push the extension table until it snaps into the
machine.
• Advantages and uses of free arm sewing:
– Avoid fabric bunching around the needle when
bartacking to reinforce pockets, plackets and
waistlines.
– For stitching sleeves, waistbands, pant legs or
any circular garment area
– For darning socks or mending knees, elbows
or areas of wear in children's clothes
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Standard Accessories
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q Bobbins
w Seam ripper/ Buttonhole opener
e Needle set
r Buttonhole foot
t Darning plate
y Zigzag foot
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Accessories Storage Box
Sewing accessories are conveniently located in the
extension table.
q Accessories storage box
q
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Connecting the Machine to the Power Supply
Before connecting the power cord, make sure the
voltage and frequency shown on the machine
conform to your electrical power.
1. Turn off the power switch.
2. Insert the machine plug into the machine
socket.
3. Insert the power supply plug into the outlet .
4. Turn on the power switch to turn on the power
and sewing light.
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q Power switch
w Outlet
e Machine socket
r Machine plug
t Foot control
y Power supply plug
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Foot Control
Sewing speed can be varied by the foot control.
The harder you press on the control, the faster the
machine runs.
Caution:
Do not place anything on the foot contorol,
otherwise the machine will start advertently.
WARNING:
While in operation, always keep your eyes on the
sewing area, and do not touch any moving parts such
as the thrad take-up lever, handwheel or needle.
Always turn off the power switch and unplug from the
power supply:
– when leaving the machine unattended.
– when attaching or removing parts.
– when clearning the machine.
Do not place anything on the foot control, otherwise the
machine will run intermittently.
4
Presser Foot Lifter
The presser foot lifter raises and lowers your presser
foot.
You can raise it about 0.6 cm (1/4˝) higher than the
normal up position for easy removal of the presser
foot or to help you to place heavy fabric under the foot.
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q Normal up position
w Highest position
q
To Attach and Remove the Presser Foot
CAUTION:
Turn off the power switch when changing a presser foot.
To remove
Turn the handwheel toward you to raise the needle to its
highest position.
Raise the presser foot.
Press the lever on the back of the foot holder.
The presser foot will drop off.
w
To attach
q
Place the presser foot so the pin on the foot lies just
under the groove of the foot holder.
Lower the foot holder to lock the foot in place.
q Pin
w Groove
5
Changing Needle
CAUTION:
Turn off the power switch when changing a needle.
Raise the needle by turning the handwheel toward you
and lower the presser foot.
Loosen the needle clamp screw by turning it counterclockwise.
Remove the needle from the clamp.
Insert the new needle into the clamp with the flat side
away from you.
When inserting the needle into the clamp, push it up as
far as it will go and tighten the clamp screw firmly with the
screwdriver.
* Check your needles frequently for barbed or
blunted points. Snags and runs in knits, fine silks and
silk-like fabrics are permanent and are almost always
caused by a damaged needle.
To check the needle
Place the flat side of the needle on something flat (needle
plate, glass etc.). The clearance between the needle and
flat surface should be consistent. Never use a bent or blunt
needle.
Thread and Needle Chart
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Fabrics
Thread
Light
weight
Crepe de Chine,
Voile,Lawn, Organdy,
Georgette,
Tricot
Fine Silk
Fine Cotton
Fine Synthetic
Fine Cotton
Covered
Polyester
Medium
weight
Linens, Cotton. Pique, 50 silk
Serge, Double Knits, 50 to 80 Cotton
Percale
50 to 60
Synthetic
Cotton Coverd
Polyester
Heavy
weight
Denim, Tweed,
Gabardine, Coating,
Drapery and
Uphollstery Fabric
50 silk
40 to 50 Cotton
40 to 50
Synthetic
Cotton Coverd
Polyester
Needle Size
9
or
10
11
or
14
14
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Setting Spool Pins
The spool pins are used for holding the spool of thread in
order to feed thread to the machine.
To use, pull up the spool pin. Push down for storage.
Removing or Inserting the Bobbin Case
Open the hook cover.
q Hook cover
q
Raise the needle by turning the handwheel toward you.
Take out the bobbin case by holding the latch.
w Latch
w
When inserting the bobbin case, place the horn into the
recess of the hook race.
e Horn
e
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Winding the Bobbin
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q
1 Pull the handwheel out.
w
2 Draw the thread from spool.
Guide the thread around the bobbin winder thread guide.
c
3 Insert the thread through the hole in the bobbin from
the inside to the outside.
Align the notch q of bobbin to the bobbin winder
spindle rib w.
Put the bobbin on the bobbin winder spindle.
x
4 Push it to the right.
b
5 With the free end of the thread held in your hand,
depress the foot control.
Stop the machine when it has made a few turns, and
cut the thread close to the hole in the bobbin.
6 Depress the foot control again.
When the bobbin is fully wound, stop the machine.
Return the bobbin winder spindle to its original position
by moving the spindle to the left, and cut the thread.
7 Push the handwheel to the left. (original position).
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Note: Return the bobbin winder spindle when the
machine stops.
Threading Bobbin Case
1 Place the bobbin into the bobbin case.
Make sure the thread unwinds in the direction of
arrow.
z
x
2 Pull the thread into the bobbin case slot.
3 Draw the thread under the tension spring and into
the delivery eye.
c
* Leave about 10 cm (4˝) of free thread.
8
Threading the Machine
c
Raise the take-up lever to its highest position by turning
the handwheel toward you.
Raise the presser foot.
Place a spool on the spool pin as shown, with thread
coming from back of the spool.
z
v
x
b
n
1 Draw the thread into thread guide using both hands.
2 While holding the thread near spool, draw thread
down into the tension area and then around the
check spring holder.
z
x
3 Firmly draw the thread up and through the take–up
lever from right to left.
c
4 Then draw the thread down and slip it into the lower
thread guide.
5 Draw the thread down and slip it into needle bar
thread guide on the left.
v
6 Thread the needle eye from front to back.
b
n
Note : You may want to cut the end of thread with sharp
scissors for easier needle threading.
9
Drawing Up Bobbin Thread
z
1 Raise the presser foot and hold the needle thread
lightly with your left hand.
x
2 Turn the handwheel slowly toward you with your
right hand until the needle goes down and
continue turning the handwheel until the take–up
lever is at its highest position.
Lightly draw up the needle thread forming a loop
of the bobbin thread.
c
3 Pull 15 cm (6˝) of both threads back and under the
presser foot.
10
Balancing Needle Thread Tension
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1 Correct tension
The thread tension is adjusted depending on the
sewing materials, layers of fabric and sewing
method.
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* The ideal straight stitch has threads looked
between two layers of fabric, as illustrated
(magnifies to show detail).
* For an ideal zigzag stitch, the bobbin thread does
not show on the right side (top side) of the fabric,
and the needle thread shows slightly on the wrong
side (bottomside) of the fabric.
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Needle thread (Top thread)
Bobbin thread (Bottom thread)
Right side (Top side) of fabric
Wrong side (Bottom side) of fabric
Thread tension dial
Setting mark
x
2 Needle thread tension is too tight
The bobbin thread (bottom thread) will appear on
the right side (top side) of the fabric.......Loosen
the needle thread tension by moving the dial to a
lower number.
c
3 Needle thread tension is too loose
The needle thread (top thread) will appear on the
wrong side (bottom side) of the fabric.......Tighten
the needle thread tension by moving the dial to a
higher number.
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Pattern Selector Dial
Raise the needle and presser foot. Turn the pattern
selector dial to select the letter at the setting mark.
q Setting mark
q
1
2
Note: Do not turn the pattern selector dial while the
needle is in the material.
4
3
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Stitch Length Dial
q
Turn the stitch length dial to set the desired stitch length
at the setting mark.
The higher the number, the longer the stitch length
q Setting mark
•"
" is the recommended setting for buttonhole
stitching.
• Adjust the dial in the 0.5–4 range when you sew the
zigzag stitch.
• Set the dial at "S.S." to sew the stretch stitch pattern.
• If the stretch stitch pattern is not even, turn the stitch
length dial in toward "–" to compress it, or "+" to expand
it.
q
S.S.
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Reverse Stitch Button
As long as you keep the reverse stitch button depressed,
the machine sews backwards.
Darning Plate
To set the darning plate:
Position the darning plate with the 3 pins on the bottom.
Fit the darning plate pins into the needle plate holes.
The feed dogs will show through the darning plate holes.
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SECTION 3. BASIC SEWING
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Straight Stitch Sewing
q Pattern selector:
w Presser foot:
e Thread tension:
r Stitch length:
r
A or B
Zigzag foot
2–6
1.5–4
z Raise the presser foot and position the fabric with its
edge lining up with a seam guide line on the needle
plate.
Lower the needle into the fabric.
Lower the presser foot and smooth the threads toward
the back. Depress the foot control.
Gently guide the fabric along the guide line letting the
fabric feed by itself.
x For fastening the end of seams, press the reverse
stitch button and sew several reverse stitches.
Raise the presser foot and remove the fabric, drawing
the threads to the back.
c Draw the threads up and into the thread cutter.
The threads are cut the proper length for starting the
next seam.
To change the direction
Stop the machine and turn the balance wheel toward you
to bring the needle down into the fabric.
Raise the presser foot.
Pivot the fabric around the needle to change sewing
direction as desired.
Lower the presser foot and continue sewing.
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Seam Guide Line
The numbers on the needle plate indicate the distance
between the center needle position and the line r.
The numbers in front are centimeters.
The numbers in back are fractions of an inch.
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Number
10
15
20
3/8˝
4/8˝
5/8˝ 6/8˝
Centimeters (cm)
1.0
1.5
2.0
1.0
1.3
1.6
1.9
q Guide lines
w Cornering guide
e Needle plate
r Center needle position
t Distance between the center needle position and line
t
Turn a Square Corner
1 Cornering guide
To turn a square corner 5/8” (1.6 cm) from the fabric
edge.
1. Stop stitching and lower the needle by turning
the handwheel counterclockwise.
2. Raise the presser foot and turn the fabric to line
the edge with the 5/8” (1.6 cm) seam guide.
3. Lower the presser foot and begin stitching in the
new direction.
Line up the fabric edge facing you with the
cornering guide shown.
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Zigzag Stitching
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q Pattern selector:
w Presser foot:
e Thread tension:
r Stitch length:
r
C
Zigzag foot
2–5
0.5–4
Simple zigzag stitching is widely used for overcasting,
sewing on buttons, etc.
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q
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Tricot Stitch
e
q Pattern selector:
w Presser foot:
e Thread tension:
r Stitch length:
r
D
Zigzag foot
1–4
0.5–4
Place the fabric under the presser foot so that the edge is
just inside the right edge of the presser foot.
Guide the work so the right hand stitches fall off the edge
of the fabric.
Note : Be careful not to cut the stitches.
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w
Overedge Stitching
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q Pattern selector:
w Presser foot:
e Thread tension:
r Stitch length:
r
G
Zigzag foot
1–4
S.S.
This Overedge stitch is ideal for sewing swimwear and
stretch velour because it provides the greatest amount of
elasticity and strength.
Overedge stitch will be done most successfully when the
right side stitches of zigzag fall slightly off the edge of the
fabric.
Place your fabric to allow a 1.6 cm (5/8˝) seam.
Trim the seam allowance after sewing.
Note : Be careful not to cut the stitches.
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q
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Triple Stitch
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q Pattern selector:
w Presser foot:
e Thread tension:
r Stitch length:
r
A or B
Zigzag foot
2–6
S.S.
The stitch is sewn with two stitches forward and one
stitch backward forming a seam that does not rip easiIy.
Garments should be basted for fitting before seaming.
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Sewing Buttons
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q Pattern selector:
w Presser foot:
e Thread tension:
r Stitch length:
t Darning plate
t
Zigzag foot
1–3
Any
Use the darning plate for button sewing. (see page 14.)
Set the Pattern Selector at B (left needle position).
Mark the button placements on the fabric.
Position the darning plate onto the needle plate.
Place fabric under the foot.
Place the button under the foot aligning the left hole with
the needle point.
Lower the foot. Sew a few stitches to lock the
threads. Place a straight pin on top of the button in between
the holes.
(See illustration) When sewing over the button and straight
pin, a shank will be created.
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Set the Pattern Selector at C. Select the zigzag width to
match the holes in the button.
Turn the balance wheel to confirm correct width. Sew several stitches to secure the button to the
fabric.
Set the Pattern Selector at B. Sew several stitches to lock
the threads.
Cut the threads 20 cm (8˝) leaving a thread tail.
c
Bring the needle thread down through the button hole and
wind it around the thread shank.
Draw the thread to the wrong side and knot.
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Buttonhole
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q Pattern selector:
w Presser foot:
e Thread tension:
r Stitch length:
r
Buttonhole foot
1–5
To adjust buttonhole stitch density:
Set the stitch length dial between 0.5 and 1.0 to adjust
the buttonhole stitch density.
1 Carefully mark buttonhole length on fabric.
Place the fabric under the foot with the buttonhole
marking running toward you.
z x
2 Slide both threads to the left.
Line up the foot with the top mark on the fabric.
Lower the needle into the garment where the
buttonhole is to start, and lower the foot.
3 Set the pattern selector dial at “ 1 ”.
Sew forward until you reach the front marking q of
your buttonhole.
Stop sewing at a left stitch.
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b
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4 Set the pattern selector dial at “ 42 ”.
Sew 5 stitches. Stop sewing at a right stitch.
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5 Set the pattern selector dial at “ 3 ”.
Sew until you reach the back marking w of the
buttonhole.
Stop sewing at a right stitch.
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4
6 Set the pattern selector dial at “ 2 ”.
Sew a few bartacks and raise the needle from the
fabric.
Set the stitch length dial to “0” and the pattern selector
dial at straight sewing.
Sew a few locking stitches.
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7 Remove the fabric from the machine and cut the
sewing thread. Insert a pin inside the bartack.
Then cut the opening with a seam ripper.
Take care not to cut the stitches.
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q
Blind Hem Stitch
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q Pattern selector:
w Presser foot:
e Thread tension:
r Stitch length:
E or F
Zigzag foot
2–4
1–3
r
z On heavyweight fabrics that ravel, the raw edge should
be overcast first. Then fold the hem, as illustrated,
leaving 1/4˝ (0.7 cm) of the hem edge showing.
q Wrong side of the fabric
w 1/4˝ (0.7 cm)
z
[A]
[B]
w
w
q
q
x
x Position the fabric, so that the needle at its leftmost
position just pierces the edge of the fold.
q
c
c After hemming is completed, press together both
sides of the finished hem. The top side of the fabric
should show only the blind stitches.
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SECTION 4. DECORATIVE STITCHES
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Shell Tuck
q Pattern selector:
w Presser foot:
e Thread tension:
r Stitch length:
r
G
Buttonhole foot
6–8
2–3
Place the folded edge along the slot of foot.
The needle should fall off the edge of the fabric on
the right forming a tuck.
Stretch Stitch Patterns
q
w
q Pattern selector:
w Presser foot:
e Thread tension:
r Stitch length:
e
A–G
Zigzag foot
1–4
S.S.
r
If forward and reverse feeds become unbalanced
due to the type of fabric, restore the balance by
turning the stitch length dial as follows:
If patterns are compressed, turn the dial toward
“+”.
If patterns are drawn out, turn the dial toward “–”.
(See Page 27.)
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q
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Smocking
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q Pattern selector:
w Presser foot:
e Thread tension:
r Stitch length:
r
D
Zigzag foot
1–4
S.S.
With the stitch length at “4”, sew straight stitching lines 1
cm (3/8˝) apart, across the area to be smocked.
Knot the threads along one edge. Pull the bobbin threads
and distribute the gathers evenly.
Secure the threads at the other end.
Sew the decorative stitch between the gathering stitches.
Pull out the gathering stitches.
q
Note: Loosen the needle thread tension to make
gathering easier.
q 1 cm (3/8˝)
q
w
Applique
e
q Pattern selector:
w Presser foot:
e Thread tension:
r Stitch length:
r
C
Zigzag foot
1–4
0.5-1
Baste (or fuse with iron-on fabric joiner) applique pieces
on the fabric.
Stitch around the applique making sure the needle falls
along the outer edge of the applique.
When sewing corners, lower the needle down into the
fabric.
Raise the presser foot and pivot the fabric to the right or
left.
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SECTION 5. CARE OF YOUR MACHINE
Dismantling and Assembling
Shuttle Race Unit
Note :Turn off the power switch and/or unplug the
machine.
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To dismantle shuttle race unit:
Raise the needle to its highest position and open the
hook cover.
Open the hinged latch of bobbin case and take it out of
the machine.
Open the hook race ring holders and remove the shuttle
race ring.
Remove the hook.
q
* Clean the hook race with a brush and a soft dry cloth.
t
q Bobbin case
w Shuttle race ring holder
e Shuttle race ring
r Shtuule
t Shuttle race
r
e
To assemble shuttle race unit:
Shuttle the hook by the center pin and fit it carefully
back into the shuttle race, forming a perfect circle
with the shuttle driver.
Attach the shuttle race ring making sure the bottom
pin fits into the notch.
Lock the shuttle race ring by turning the holders
back into position. Insert the bobbin case.
y Pin
u Notch
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Cleaning the Feed Dog
WARNING:
Turn off the power switch and/or unplug the machine
before cleaning the feed dog.
Remove the needle and the presser foot.
Remove the needle plate set screw and remove
the needle plate.
With a brush, clean out dust and lint clogging the
feed dog teeth.
Reset the needle plate.
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Sewing Light
The sewing light is located behind the face plate.
To change the bulb, take the face plate off the
sewing machine by removing the set screw.
• Unplug the power supply before changing the
bulb.
• To remove, turn the bulb to the left.
• To attach, turn the bulb to the right.
WARNING:
The bulb could be HOT. Protect your fingers
when handle it.
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Troubleshooting
Cause
Reference
The needle thread
breaks.
1. The needle thread is not threaded properly.
2. The needle thread tension is too tight.
3. The needle is bent or blunt.
4. The needle is incorrectly inserted.
5. The fabric is not being drawn to the back when sewing is finished.
6. The thread is either too heavy or too fine for the needle.
See Page 9
See Page 11
See Page 6
See Page 6
See Page 15
See Page 6
The bobbin thread
breaks.
1. The bobbin thread is not threaded properly in the bobbin case.
2. Lint has collected in the bobbin case.
3. The bobbin is damaged and doesn't turn smoothly.
See Page 8
Clean the bobbin case.
Replace bobbin.
The needle breaks.
1. The needle is incorrectly inserted.
2. The needle is bent or blunt.
3. The needle clamp screw is loose.
4. The tension of the needle thread is too tight.
5. The fabric is not drawn to the back when sewing is finished.
6. The needle is too fine for the fabric being sewn.
7. The pattern selector dial had been turned while the needle was
in the material.
See Page 6
See Page 6
See Page 6
See Page 11
See Page 15
See Page 6
See Page 12
Skipped stitches
1. The needle is incorrectly inserted.
2. The needle is bent or blunt.
3. The needle and/or threads are not suitable for the work being
sewn.
4. The needle thread is not threaded properly.
See Page 6
See Page 6
See Page 6
Seam puckering
1. The needle thread tension is too tight.
2. The machine is not threaded correctly.
3. The needle is too heavy for the fabric being sewn.
4. The stitches are too coarse for the fabric being new line sewn.
* When sewing extremely light weight materials, place a sheet
of paper underneath the fabric.
See Page 11
See Page 9
See Page 6
Make the
stitches denser.
Stitches form loops
below the work
1. The needle thread tension is too loose.
2. The needle is either too heavy or too fine for the thread.
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The cloth is not
feeding smoothly.
1. The feed dog is packed with lint.
2. The stitches are too fine.
The machine does not
work.
1. The machine is not plugged in.
2. Thread is caught in the hook race.
3. Handwheel has been disengaged for bobbin winding.
1. Threads have been caught in hook mechanism.
2. The feed dog is packed with lint.
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Make the
stitches coarser.
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See Page 8
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Condition
The machine does not
run smoothly and is
noisy.
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