Baby Lock | Audrey BL67 | Instruction manual | Baby Lock Audrey BL67 Instruction manual

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using an electrical appliance, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the
following.
Read all instructions before using this sewing machine.
DANGER -
To reduce the risk of electric shock:
1.This sewing machine 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 light bulb. Replace bulb with same type rated 1 watts.
WARNING -
To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons:
1.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 sewing machine only for its intended use as described in this manual. Use only attachments
recommended by the manufacturer as contained in this 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. Return the sewing machine to the nearest authorized
retailer or service center for examination, repair, electrical or mechanical adjustment.
4.Never operate the sewing machine with any air openings blocked. Keep ventilation openings of the
sewing machine and foot control free from the accumulation of lint, dust, and loose 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 switch to the off 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.Never sew with a damaged needle plate as this can cause 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 the sewing machine OFF when making any adjustments in the needle area, such as threading
needle, changing needle, threading bobbin, or changing presser foot, etc.
15.Always unplug sewing machine from the electrical outlet when removing covers, lubricating,
or when making any other user servicing adjustments mentioned in the instruction manual.
CAUTION-
Moving parts - To reduce risk of injury, switch off before servicing.
Close cover before operating machine.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
This product is for household use, or equivalent.
FOOT CONTROL (USA ONLY)
ELECTRONIC MODEL
Use Matsushita Electric, Model YSD180034 with this sewing machine.
POLARIZED PLUGS CAUTION
This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade wider than the other). To reduce the risk of electric
shock, this plug is intended to fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the plug dose not fit fully in the
outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician to install the proper outlet.
Do not modify the plug in any way.
CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CONTENTS
MAIN PARTS
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2
ACCESSORIES
4
OVERCASTING-OVERLOCKING
21
USING THE OVERCASTING FOOT
21
USING THE GENERAL PURPOSE FOOT
21
22
EXTENSION TABLE / ACCESSORY STORAGE
4
BLIND HEM STITCHING
REMOVING THE EXTENSION TABLE
5
5
BUTTONHOLE SEWING
5
MULTI-STITCH ZIGZAG
25
6
ELASTIC STITCH SEWING
25
6
STRAIGHT STITCH SEAMING AND QUILTING
26
OPENING THE ACCESSORY STORAGE
TOTE BAG
CHANGING THE PRESSER FOOT
REMOVING THE PRESSER FOOT HOLDER
INSERTING THE NEEDLE
CONNECTING THE MACHINE
CONTROL BUTTONS & DROP FEED LEVER
CORDED BUTTONHOLES
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23-24
24
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STRAIGHT STITCH SEAMING
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7
8
QUILTING
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FEED DOG CONTROL
26
START/STOP BUTTON
8
SLIDE SPEED CONTROL LEVER
8
PATCH WORK
27
LOW SPEED BUTTON
8
8
8
APPLIQUE
INSERTING ZIPPERS AND PIPING
PIPING
SCALLOP STITCH
27
REVERSE STITCH BUTTON
NEEDLE UP / DOWN BUTTON
DROP FEED LEVER
READY INDICATOR
DIRECT SELECT BUTTONS
REINFORCEMENT BUTTON
FOOT CONTROL
CONTROL BUTTON FUNCTIONS
STITCH SELECTION
SETTING THE STITCH WIDTH AND STITCH LENGTH
VARIOUS NEEDLE POSITIONS
BOBBIN WINDING
REMOVING THE BOBBIN
WINDING THE BOBBIN
INSERTING THE BOBBIN
THREADING THE MACHINE
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NEEDLE THREADER
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DRAWING UP THE BOBBIN THREAD
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16
TURNING CORNERS
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SEWING HEAVY FABRIC
16
SEAMING GUIDE ON THE STITCH PLATE
16
ADJUSTING THE THREAD TENSIONS
17
FABRIC, THREAD AND NEEDLE TABLE
18
ZIGZAG STITCH SEWING
SATIN STITCHING or APPLIQUE
FREE ARM SEWING
DECORATIVE SCALLOP EDGE
ADJUSTING DECORATIVE PATTERNS
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28
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SEWING LIGHTWEIGHT FABRICS
29
CARING FOR YOUR MACHINE
30
CLEANING THE FEED DOGS AND HOOK AREA
HELPFUL HINTS
BL67 -STITCH CHART CONVERSION
ACTION BEEPS
15
REVERSE STITCHING
STRAIGHT STITCH SEWING
SCALLOP HEM
13
THREADING THE UPPER THREAD
STARTING TO SEW
DARNING
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32-35
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MAIN PARTS
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16 15
14 13 12
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3
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10
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6
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7
1.Face Cover
10.Pattern selector button
2.Needle Up / Down button
11.Stitch width button
3.Reverse Stitch button
12.Handwheel
4.Low speed button
13.Bobbin winder stop
5.Thread cutter
14.Bobbin winder shaft
6.Start / Stop button
15.Horizontal spool pin
7.Extension table / Accessory Storage
16.Thread Tension Dial
8.Slide speed control lever
17.Bobbin winder tension disc
9.Stitch length button
18.Direct select buttons
19.Reinforcement button
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20
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22
26
23
25
24
20.Carrying Handle
21.Thread guide for upper threading
22.Power switch
23.Air vent
24.Foot control plug
28
25.Plug socket
26.Power cord
29
27.Foot control
28.Lower thread guide
30
29.Needle threader lever
30.Needle threader
31
31.Buttonhole lever
32.Presser foot thumb screw
32
33.Needle plate
34.Bobbin cover
33
35.Bobbin cover release lever
36.Presser foot holder
34
37.Presser foot
38.Needle thread guide
39.Needle clamp screw
40.Presser foot lever
41.Drop feed lever
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ACCESSORIES
Some accessories are provided in the accessory case.
1.Needle Set
2.Bobbins
3.Spool pin cap (large)
4.Spool pin cap (small)
5.Needle plate screwdriver
6.Screwdriver
7.Seam ripper / buttonhole cutter
/ lint brush
8.Buttonhole foot
9.Overcasting foot
10.Zipper foot
11.Blind hem foot
12.Straight stitch foot
13.All purpose foot (on machine)
14.Open toe foot
15.Darning foot
9
16.1/4 inch foot
17.Tote bag
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13
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2
3
5
4
6
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10
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14
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EXTENSION TABLE / ACCESSORY STORAGE
Accessories can be stored in the extension table.
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a. REMOVING THE EXTENSION TABLE
Hook your finger in the bottom of extension
table and slide to the left. To attach, position
and slide to the right.
b.OPENING THE ACCESSORY STORAGE
To open the accessory storage box, remove
extension table from machine and open as
illustrated.
TOTE BAG
Unzip the tote bag for storing or carrying the
machine.
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CHANGING THE PRESSER FOOT
The presser foot must be changed according to the stitch you sew, or work you do.
CAUTION:To prevent accidents.
Turn OFF the power switch before you change the presser foot.
1.Turn the handwheel toward you until the
needle is at its highest position.
2.Raise the presser foot lifter.
3.Remove the presser foot by pushing the
presser foot release lever toward you.
4.Place desired foot with its pin A directly under
the slot B in presser foot holder.
5.Lower the presser foot lifter and the presser
foot will snap into place.
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5
3
REMOVING THE PRESSER FOOT HOLDER
You may need to remove the presser foot holder to use
some presser feet.
To remove, raise the presser foot lifter and loosen the
presser foot thumb screw (C).
To attach, tighten the screw after raising the presser foot
holder.
1
A
C
B
4
A Presser foot pin
B Presser foot holder slot
C Presser foot thumb screw
INSERTING THE NEEDLE
Select a needle of the right type and size for the fabric to be sewn.
(See Fabric, Thread and Needle Table on page 18.)
CAUTION:To prevent accidents.
Turn OFF the power before removing the needle.
1.Turn the handwheel toward you until the
needle is at its highest position.
2.Loosen the needle clamp screw.
3.Remove the needle.
4.Insert new needle into needle clamp with
the flat side to the back and push it up as
far as it will go.
5.Tighten the needle clamp screw.
2
1
3
A.Place needle on a flat surface and check
to see if bent.
Do Not use any bent or dull needles.
5
4
A
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CONNECTING THE MACHINE
Place the machine on a stable table.
POLARIZED PLUG INFORMATION
1.Connect the power cord to the
machine by inserting the 2-hole plug into
the plug socket.
2.Connect the power cord plug to the
electric outlet.
3.Turn
the power switch.
4.A lamp will light up when switch is turned
on.
This appliance has a polarized plug (one
blade wider than the other). To reduce the
risk of electric shock, this plug is intended to
fit in a polarized outlet only one way. If the
plug does not fit fully in the outlet, reverse
the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a
qualified electrician to install the proper
outlet. Do not modify the plug in any way.
5.To disconnect, turn the power switch to the
position, then remove plug from outlet.
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F
F
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N
1
2
DANGER:
-To reduce the risk of electric shock.
Never leave the machine unattended when plugged in. Always unplug this machine from the
electric outlet immediately after using and before maintenance.
WARNING:
-To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock,
or injury to persons.
Do not unplug by pulling on the cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
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CONTROL BUTTONS & DROP FEED LEVER
A.START / STOP BUTTON
The machine will start running when the START / STOP button is pressed and will stop when
pressed the second time. The machine will sew slowly the first 3 stitches sewn.
B.SLIDE SPEED CONTROL LEVER
When using the START / STOP button, the machine will sew faster when the slide speed
control lever is moved to the right, and sew slower when the lever is moved to the left.
C.LOW SPEED BUTTON
The machine will sew in low speed while holding the low speed button. Press the START / STOP
button or foot control to return toregular speed.
D.REVERSE STITCH BUTTON
Stitches 1, 2 and 6: The REVERSE STITCH button will sew in reverse while the button is
pressed and return to forward stitching when the button is released.
Other stitches: The REVERSE STITCH button will sew 3-4 stitches to tie-off the stitching
and then stop sewing. Continue sewing by pressing the START / STOP button or foot control.
E.NEEDLE UP / DOWN BUTTON
When the presser foot is down, the needle can be raised or lowered by pressing this button.
When the presser foot is up, press this button for one complete stitch.
F.DROP FEED LEVER
The feed dogs project up through the needle plate, directly below the presser foot move the
fabric being sewn. Located under the left end of the free arm, the drop feed lever moves the
feed dogs into the up or down position.
For darning or free motion embroidery or whenever fabric is to be fed by hand, push the lever
in and to the back of machine to lower the feed dogs into the DOWN position.
For return to ordinary sewing, move the lever in and forward to release the lever to move out.
This will position the feed dogs in the UP position for machine feeding.
G.READY INDICATOR
Green light indicates that the machine is ready to sew.
Red light means an additional step is needed before beginning to sew.
See instructions for the specific stitch selected.
H.DIRECT SELECT BUTTONS
Press one of the seven lighted buttons to quickly select one of the most often used stitches
(For other stitches, refer to page 10).
I.REINFORCEMENT BUTTON
Stop the machine and press this button to sew 4 stitches and tie-off your stitching.
C
D
E
G
H
A
I
F
B
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FOOT CONTROL
Use of foot control will permit control of start, stop and speed with your foot.
CAUTION: To prevent accidents.
1.Turn OFF the power switch.
2.Push foot control plug into receptacle on machine.
3.Place foot control at your feet and turn ON power switch.
Sew faster by increasing the pressure on the foot control.
To stop, remove your foot from the foot control.
C
A
O
F
F
O
N
B
CONTROL BUTTON FUNCTIONS
SAFETY FEATURE OF ELECTRONIC MODEL
Some control button functions described in
If the machine is jammed, it will stop with three
previous page will change when the foot
beep sounds. After the cause of jamming is
control is connected.
removed, step on the foot control and it will
run in normal condition.
A.START/STOP BUTTON
This button will be deactivated.
B.SLIDE SPEED CONTROL LEVER
This button is not operable when foot control is used.
C.REVERSE STITCH BUTTON
When using stitches 1,2, and 6,the machine will continue to sew reverse at slow speed while
this button is pressed. When released, the machine will sew forward.
When sewing other stitches, the reverse stitch button is used as tie-off.
WARNING:
-To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electric shock, or injury to persons.
1.Handle the foot control with care and avoid dropping it on the floor. Be sure not
to place anything on top of it.
2.Use only foot control provided with this machine.
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STITCH SELECTION
01. STRAIGHT STITCH
02. LEFT POSITION, STRAIGHT STITCH
03. QUILT STITCH, LIKE HAND SEWN
04. TRIPLE STRAIGHT STITCH
05. STEM STITCH FOR STRETCH FABRICS
06. ZIGZAG STITCHING
07~14. BUTTONHOLES
15. 3-STEP ZIGZAG
16. SATIN STITCH
17. RICK-RACK
18. OVERLOCK
19. DOUBLE OVERLOCK
20. SHELL
21. BLIND HEM
22. STRETCH BLIND HEM
23. DOUBLE ACTION
24. BRIDGING
25. FEATHER
26. FEATHER
27~66. DECORATIVE AND FUNCTIONAL STITCHES
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
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SETTING THE STITCH WIDTH AND STITCH LENGTH
Preset stitch length and stitch width are indicated by the number of LED lights.
The longer or wider the stitch length/stitch width is, more of the LED lights are on.
Some stitches have a blinking light which indicates the setting between two LED lights.
Adjust the stitch width by pressing B button. For
wider stitch width, press button to get more LED lights
displayed. For narrower stitch width, press button
past five LED lights till one is lit and then continue.
15
_
A
+
B
C
For longer stitch length, press the button (A)
to get more LED lights. For shorter stitch
length, press the button to get all five LED
lights displayed, then press the button again
till one LED is displayed and so on.
To select pattern
Pattern button C is to select the pattern
desired.
Press
+ button, you get higher number
of the pattern.
_
Press
button, you get the lower
number of the pattern.
Example LED indicating 15
+ button, you get No.16,17 and so on.
Press
Press _
button, you get No.14,13 and so on.
VARIOUS NEEDLE POSITIONS
When straight stitch pattern 01 has been
selected, stitch width button B may be
used to adjust the needle position.
For stitch length and stitch width of each pattern,
refer to table on page 32 through 35.
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BOBBIN WINDING
REMOVING THE BOBBIN
1
2
1.Remove the bobbin cover by sliding the
release lever to right and push down
the left corner of bobbin cover at the
same time.
2.Remove the bobbin from the machine.
WINDING THE BOBBIN
1
2
4
3
5
1.Raise presser foot lever.
Pivot spool pin into highest position.
Place a spool of thread on the spool pin.
Secure it with the spool cap to ensure smooth flow of thread.
Use a spool cap closest in size to the spool of thread being used.
2.Pass thread from spool through thread guides as shown.
3.Pull end of thread through hole in bobbin as shown.
4.Move bobbin winder shaft to the left. Place bobbin onto shaft and rotate till it snaps
into position with the end of thread coming from top of bobbin. Push bobbin winder
shaft to right until it clicks. Hold onto end of thread.
5.Start machine to wind the bobbin. Stop machine after a few turns to trim the
thread tail with scissors. Bobbin will stop turning when completely filled.
Cut the thread and push shaft to the left to remove bobbin.
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INSERTING THE BOBBIN
1. Place bobbin into bobbin holder with the
1
thread unwinding counter clockwise.
2. Draw thread into notch (A).
2
A
3. Pull thread toward the left and along the
inside of spring (B) until it slips into notch
(C) being sure that thread does not slip out
of notch (A).
3
C
B
A
C
B
4. Pull thread out about 10 inches and replace
the bobbin cover by inserting the left side and
lowering the right side till snaps into position.
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4
A
THREADING THE MACHINE
THREADING THE UPPER THREAD
2
1
1. Raise presser foot lever.up position.
2. Press the needle up / down button or rotate the handwheel toward you to
raise the needle into the up position.
3. Place a spool of thread onto the spool pin and secure with the proper size
spool cap (see page 11).
4. Pass the thread into the thread guide for upper threading and snap forward
between the thread guide and guide plate.
5. Bring thread forward down the right channel, then to the left and up the left
channel.
6. Pull the thread into the take-up lever from right to left and pull thread forward.
7. Pass the thread down the left channel and into the thread guide at the base
of the face cover from right to left.
8. Pass the thread from right to left into the thread guide on the needle clamp.
9. Thread the needle from front to back or follow directions for needle threader
on next page.
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4
6
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7
5
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8
5
9
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NEEDLE THREADER
1.Lower the presser foot.
2.Set needle in up position.
3.Lower the threader slowly and draw
thread through thread guide (A) and
pull toward the right.
1
2
3
A
4.Lower the lever as far as it will go
The threader will turn and the hook
pin will go through the needle eye.
5.Position thread below the needle eye
and under the hook pin.
5
4
6.Hold thread loosely and slowly return
lever to original position.
Hook will turn and pass thread through
needle eye while making a loop of
thread.
7.Raise presser foot and pull thread out
about 10 inches from needle eye.
Note: The needle threader can only be
used for needle sizes 11,14, and
16.
6
7
CAUTION: To prevent accidents.
Do not lower the threader lever while machine is operating.
DRAWING UP THE BOBBIN THREAD
1
2
1.Raise the presser foot.
2.Hold the upper thread loosely and press
needle up/down button.
The handwheel will turn one complete
turn.
4
3.Pull upper thread lightly. Bobbin thread
will come up in a loop.
4.Pull both upper and bobbin threads about
10 inches toward the back and under the
presser foot.
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3
STARTING TO SEW
The machine will be set at 01 automatically to sew straight stitches when power switch is turned on.
CAUTION:To prevent accidents.
While sewing, special care is required
around the needle.
The machine will automatically feed the
fabric, do not pull or push fabric.
Simply guide the fabric to sew straight.
6
3
4
7
1
2
5
8
1. Check the presser foot (All Purpose Presser Foot
is on new machine.) Refer to page 6 for changing
the presser foot.
2. Place the fabric under the presser foot.
3. Lower the presser foot.
4. Hold both threads to the back when starting to sew.
Let threads go after sewing a few stitches.
5.While sewing regulate the speed with slide speed
control lever or foot control.
6.Stop machine when you reach end of seam.
7.Raise the presser foot lever.
8. When you have reached the end of a seam, stop
sewing and turn the handwheel toward you to bring
the needle to highest position. Raise the presser
foot and pull the fabric out from under the foot to
the back of the machine.
Cut the threads in the thread cutter on the left side
of the machine.
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REVERSE STITCHING
2
Reverse stitching is used for reinforcing the ends
of the seams.
3
1
1.Place the fabric in position where back stitching
is to be made and lower the presser foot.
2.Press reverse stitch button and sew 4-5 stitches.
(If using the foot control, press pedal while
pressing reverse stitch button.)
3.Press start button and resume sewing.
(If using the foot control, release reverse stitch
button and press foot control to sew forward.)
4.When you reach the end of seam, press reverse
stitch button and sew 4-5 reverse stitches.
4
TURNING CORNERS
5
1.Stop the machine when you reach a corner.
2.Lower needle into the fabric.
To lower the needle, you can either use the
needle up/down button or turn the handwheel
toward you.
3.Raise the presser foot.
4.Use the needle as a pivot and turn fabric.
5.Lower the presser foot and resume sewing.
2
3
1
4
SEWING HEAVY FABRIC
When sewing heavy fabrics, the toe end of presser
foot tends to lift up and sewing will hesitate at the
point that the fabric is thicker. In this case, place
a piece of cardboard or fabric of same thickness
under the heel end of the presser foot.
The presser foot lever can be raised 1 step
higher for placing heavy materials under
the presser foot easily.
A
Carefully guide the fabric with your hand when
sewing over thick fabric areas.
A: Fabric
A
B: Thick paper or fabric
B
SEAMING GUIDE ON THE STITCH PLATE
The figure on each guide line on the stitch
plate indicates the distance between this guide
line and the center needle position. Guide the
fabric along the specific guide line in order to
get the desired seam allowance between the
stitching and the edge of the fabric.
1/2
5/8
3/4
7/8
10 15 20 25
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ADJUSTING THE THREAD TENSIONS
The thread tension must be properly
balanced. If adjustment is required, it can be
made by changing the upper thread tension.
A
5
4
3
4
3
A. Correct Thread Tension
Upper and bobbin threads should interlock
in the middle of fabric.
B.When bobbin thread appears on top
side of fabric.
B
5
Turn the tension dial to a lower number to loosen the
upper thread tension.
TOP
BOTTOM
C
C.When upper thread appears on the bottom
side of fabric.
5
Turn the tension dial to a higher number to tighten
the upper thread tension.
4
3
TOP
BOTTOM
D.Thread Tension for Zigzag Stitches
D
To sew zigzag stitches, the thread tension
should be set to a slightly weaker tension than
when sewing straight stitches.
You will obtain a nicer stitch when upper thread
appears slightly on bottom side of fabric.
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BOTTOM
TOP
Helpful Hint
When stitches on top side of fabric are good but
bottom side tends to have a bunch of thread
(as illustrated), the upper thread is not threaded
correctly, especially in the upper thread tension
area. Refer to page 13 and rethread machine
correctly.
CAUTION:To prevent accidents.
The feed dog will feed the fabric automatically.
Do not pull or push fabric with hands.
This could cause needle breakage or poor
quality stitches.
FABRIC, THREAD AND NEEDLE TABLE
Select size of thread and needle according to the fabric to be sewn.
Type of Fabric
Thread Size
Needle Size
Light Weight-thin georgette, organdy,
viole, taffeta, silk, etc.
Ctn.# 80 - 100
Silk 60 - 80
Syn. 80 - 100
Medium Weight-gingham, pique, linen,
cotton, satin, thin corduroy, velvet
Ctn.# 50- 80
Silk 50
Syn. 50 - 80
12/80-14/90
Heavy Weight-gabardine, tweed,
denim, corduroy
Ctn.# 40 -50
Silk 50
Syn. 50 - 60
14/90-16/100
Stretch-double knit, tricot, spandex,
jersey
Ctn.# 50 - 80
Silk 50
Thread for
knit
12/80-14/90
Needle for
knit and synthetic
fabric
To change needle, see page 6.
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9/70-11/75
10/70-12/80
STRAIGHT STITCH SEWING 01 02
Straight stitch patterns should be selected according to the type of fabric being sewn.
01
2
1
START
STOP
2
1
Select the straight stitch pattern 01 or 02
Attach all purpose foot.
3
4
Adjust the stitch length and stitch width (see page
10) according to the type of fabric being sewn.
START
STOP
3
4
1.Position the fabric under the presser foot and lower it.
Hold the upper thread and bobbin thread loosely
behind the presser foot.
2.Lower the presser foot lever and press START/STOP
button to start sewing.
(When foot control is used, press the pedal.)
Place hand lightly on the fabric while sewing
to guide the fabric.
5
3.When you reach the end of seam, press the reverse
button to sew 3-4 stitches.
4.Release the reverse button and stop sewing by
pressing the START/STOP button (or releasing
the pressure on foot control.)
5.Touch the REINFORCEMENT button to sew 4 tie-off
stitches.
6.Raise the presser foot and cut thread.
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Tie-off
6
ZIGZAG STITCH SEWING 06
Your machine can sew zigzag stitches of various widths
and lengths by changing the settings of the stitch width
and stitch length. See page 10 for changing width and
length instructions.
• Attach all purpose presser foot.
• Select stitch 06 by touching direct select button.
Zigzag stitches are very good for joining two pieces of
fabrics or overlocking.
For joining knit or stretch fabrics, sew with the left side
of the zigzag stitching along the seam line.
For overlocking, sew with the right side of the zigzag at
the edge of the fabric.
SATIN STITCHING or APPLIQUE
You can sew a satin stitch with the zigzag stitch by
shortening the stitch length.
FREE ARM SEWING
By simply removing the extension table,
machine becomes a free arm machine
making hard to reach areas readily
accessible.
Refer to page 5 for Removing The Extension
Table.
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06
OVERCASTING-OVERLOCKING
18 19 06 37 15 20
18 19 06 37 15 20
15
A
B
USING THE OVERCASTING FOOT
Position the fabric against the guide plate of the
overcasting foot so that the needle falls near
the edge of the fabric.
A. Overcasting stitches (width 6.5-5.0) are used
for preventing raveling of fabrics.
B. Some stitches can sew the seam and
overcasting at the same time.
Therefore, it is convenient for sewing easy
to ravel and stretch fabrics.
CAUTION:To prevent accidents.
Overcasting foot should be used for sewing
patterns 06 ,18,19,and 37 only and do not change
the stitch width narrower than 5.0 It is possible
that needle could hit the presser foot and break
when sewing other patterns and width.
C
USING THE GENERAL PURPOSE FOOT
When using the all-purpose foot, place the
fabric so that the needle will fall near the edge
of fabric.
C. For thin or fine fabrics, use a narrower
zigzag width or 3 step zigzag stitch.
D. Adjust the width and length for various
weights of knit and stretch fabrics.(When
using overcasting foot, do not change the
width narrower than 5.0mm.)
E. For1/2 inch seam allowances, sew then trim
the excess fabric close to the stitching Be
careful not to cut thread when cutting the
fabric edge.
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E
D
BLIND HEM STITCHING 21 22
21
21
This stitch will sew without stitches showing on right side of fabric.
1.Fold the fabric as shown on drawing.
Leave 5mm (approximately 3/16 inch)
extended past the folded edge.
1
Wrong Side
Wrong Side
2.The guide (A) on the blind hem foot ensures
even feeding of the fabric when blind
hem stitching. The guide (A) is adjusted
by turning the adjusting screw (B).
3.Place fabric so that the straight stitches
are on the extended hem edge and the
zigzag stitches just catch one thread of
the folded edge. Turn the screw so that
the guide barely touches the folded edge
of fabric.
1cm
Overcasting
5mm (3/16 )
5mm (3/16 )
2
4.Lower the presser foot and sew hem,
guiding fabric evenly along the guide.
3
B
A
5.Turn the fabric over when you have
completed sewing.
5
4
Right Side
Wrong Side
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BUTTONHOLE SEWING
07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14
07
1
2
1.Mark position and length of buttonhole on
fabric.
2.Set button on the base and slide base forward
to secure button.
* If button does not fit on the base, adjust
slide on base to diameter of button plus
thickness of button.
a
a= Length of button + thickness
3.Pass upper thread through the hole of
buttonhole foot and attach buttonhole
foot to machine.
Bring upper and bobbin threads to the
left under foot.
4
3
4.Position fabric under presser foot so that
the center line mark is in the center of the
needle opening in the buttonhole foot.
With the main part of the foot pushed to the
back, lower the presser foot lever.
5.Lower the buttonhole foot lever so it is
positioned behind the raised finger on
the foot (see step 5 illustration).
5
Note:Machine will not start to sew if buttonhole
lever is not lowered properly or buttonhole
foot is not positioned correctly.
Note:If machine does not reset for second
buttonhole, be sure the presser foot raised
finger is pressed against the lever.
6.Hold upper thread lightly and start the machine.
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6
1
07
4
6
5
08
1
09
3
2
2
3
10
7.Machine will sew the buttonhole in the
order as shown and stop automatically
when buttonhole is complete.
8.Cut threads. Raise presser foot lever
to highest position to restart same
Buttonhole in another place on fabric.
2
1
4
11
12
13
8
14
9
NOTE:To sew over buttonhole 08 a second
time, raise presser foot to return
fabric to starting position.
9.With buttonhole cutter, cut center of
buttonhole open. Be careful not to cut
stitches on either side. Use a pin as a
stopper.
CAUTION:To prevent accidents.
When using buttonhole cutter, do not put
your finger in the path of the cutter.
1
NOTE: When sewing stretch fabric
It is suggested that you use interfacing on
the backside of the fabric.
Note: Density of buttonhole legs may be
adjusted with stitch length control.
CORDED BUTTONHOLES
Hook the filler cord(crochet thread or buttonhole
twist) to the spur in the back of the foot. Pull both
ends of the cord forward and parallel under the
guide.
Sew buttonhole in the way that zigzag stitches
cover the cord. When completed, release the
cord from foot.
Pull ends of the cord forward and snip off extra
length.
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2
3
MULTI-STITCH ZIGZAG
15
15
Used for sewing on elastic band and overcast
stitching on knit fabrics.
A. Elastic Sewing
Stretch elastic in front and back of needle
while sewing. Be careful not to bend needle
while stitching.
B. Overcast stitching
Used for easy to ravel and knit fabrics.
Guide fabric so stitch on right side is at the
edge on the fabric.
ELASTIC STITCH SEWING 04 05 17
04
05
17
04
Elastic stitch sewing assures you of a stitch that
is strong and flexible and will give with the fabric
without breaking.
Good for stretch or knit fabrics and seams that
require flexibility.
It is good for joining durable fabrics such as denims.
We recommend that you use a needle for knit and
synthetic fabrics to prevent skipped stitches and
thread breakages.
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05
17
STRAIGHT STITCH SEAMING AND QUILTING
Select stitch #1 in the center needle position.
Because of the small opening, the straight stitch
is the ONLY stitch to be used when sewing with
the straight stitch, quilting or 1/4 foot. Turn the
handwheel and watch that the needle will go into
the needle hole of the foot.
STRAIGHT STITCH SEAMING
The straight stitch foot is designed with a small
opening in the foot to provide additional support
against the feed dog teeth when sewing
lightweight fabrics.
QUILTING
01 03
The markings on the 1/4 foot are to aid in guiding
fabric edges for perfect 1/16,1/8, or 1/4 seams.
Align the fabric edge with the marking of the foot
for the appropriate seam width. Sew, guiding the
fabric edge along the marking.
NOTE: When using stitch 03 thread monofilament in the upper thread and tighten the upper tension
to 7. Sew at slow speed and the bobbin thread will appear on the surface of the fabric to resemble
hand stitch quilting.
FEED DOG CONTROL
The feed dogs control the movement of the
fabric that is being sewn.
They should be raised for all general sewing
purposes and lowered for darning, freehand
embroidery and monogramming so that you,
not the feed dogs, are moving the fabric.
The feed dog lever is located under the left end
of the free arm.
1 Push the lever in and to the back of
machine to lower the feed dogs.
2 Move the lever forward and to the left to raise
the feed dogs. Turn the handwheel forward one
complete turn for the feed dogs to return to
sewing position.
DARNING
Select straight sewing stitch number 1. Width
setting should be on 3. Lower the feed dogs.
The length dial setting does not apply when
the feed dogs are lowered.
Remove presser foot and presser foot holder.
Screw the darning foot onto the presser bar
with the extended arm of the foot resting above
the needle clamp screw.
Stretch fabric using embroidery hoops placing
the hole to be darned in the center.
Holding the needle thread, take one stitch and
pick up bobbin thread through the fabric.
Lower presser foot lever and start sewing at a slow to
medium speed, moving the fabric back and forth
with a steady rhythm. Turn fabric and sew another
layer of stitching across over the first layer of
stitching.
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1
2
36
INSERT ZIPPERS AND PIPING 01
01
1
Align the right side or the left side of the zipper
foot pin with the presser foot holder, lower the
presser foot lever to attach the foot.
1.Needle stitches to the left of foot.
3
2.Needle stitches to the right of foot.
3.To insert zippers, consult the zipper package for
instructions on how to prepare zipper placket and
place zipper. To sew close to the zipper on the
right side, snap the zipper foot onto the presser
foot holder on the left side so the needle passes
through the opening on the left side of the foot.
Snap the foot onto the presser foot holder on the
other side of the foot to sew close to the left side
of the zipper.
PIPING
To insert piping, purchase pre-made piping or cover
cording with a bias strip of fabric using the zipper
foot snapped on to the right side of the presser foot
holder. Place the piping between two layers of fabric.
Stitch with the piping next to the foot so the stitching
is tight against the cord.
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2
SCALLOP STITCH 28 29 66
These stitches are used to sew a decorative edge on
garments and table cloths.
66
SCALLOP HEM 28
1. Fold the fabric with right sides together and sew
near the edge.
2. Cut the fabric along the seam leaving an allowance
of 3 mm(1/8 )for seaming. Notch the allowance.
3.Turn fabric with right sides out and gently push out
the curved seam press.
2 DECORATIVE SCALLOP EDGE 29 66
1. Place the fabric with wrong sides together and stitch
near the edge.
2. Trim along the outside edge of the stitching (being
careful not to cut the stitching).
3. Use seam sealant or fabric glue to secure edges
of the scallop stitching.
1
2
1
Wrong sides
together
Right sides
together
ADJUSTING DECORATIVE PATTERNS 30 32 33 40
64
~ 66
51
Stitch length
Use the open toe foot for continuous decorative stitch
patterns. An indentation on the underside permits the
flow of satin stitching and the open front allows clear
visibility.
To tailor decorative stitch patterns, adjust the length
and width of the pattern. More LED lights results in
a longer or wider stitch pattern. Fewer LED lights
gives you a shorter or narrower stitch pattern.
Experiment with sample fabric until you get the
desired length and width.
Note: Some stitch patterns do not have both length
and width adjustment.
SEWING LIGHTWEIGHT FABRICS
When sewing lightweight fabrics, it is suggested that you use
interfacing on the backside of the fabric.
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Stitch width
CARING FOR YOUR MACHINE
To ensure the best possible operation of your machine,
it is necessary to keep the essential parts clean at all
times. Always disconnect the machine from power
supply by removing the plug from the electric outlet.
(1)
CLEANING THE FEED DOGS AND HOOK AREA
1.Raise the needle to its highest position.
2.Remove the needle plate (1)
3.Remove the bobbin and bobbin case (2)
4.Clean the feed dogs and hook area with the lint brush.
NOTE: Put drop of sewing machine oil on the hook race
as indicated by the arrow A.
5.Replace the bobbin case with the projection (3)
positioned against the spring (4). Replace the needle
plate.
(3) (4)
(3)
(2)
A
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HELPFUL HINTS
CAUSE
CORRECTION
Machine not properly threaded.
Thread entwined around bobbin.
Rethread machine.
Clean bobbin area and rethread
bobbin case.
Reinsert needle.
Readjust thread tension.
Choose correct thread.
13
12
Bobbin threaded incorrectly.
Bobbin wound unevenly or too full.
Dirt in the bobbin and hook area.
Rethread the bobbin.
Rewind the bobbin.
Clean the bobbin and hook area.
12
11
30
Needle inserted incorrectly.
Bent or blunt needle.
Incorrect size of needle.
Reinsert needle.
Insert new needle.
Choose correct size needle
for fabric.
Use stretch needle.
6
6
18
18
Machine not properly threaded.
Bobbin threaded incorrectly.
Blunt needle.
Thread tension too tight.
Rethread machine.
Rethread the bobbin.
Insert new needle.
Readjust thread tension.
13
12
6
17
Machine makes
loose stitches
or loops
Bobbin threaded incorrectly.
Machine not properly threaded.
Tension not adjusted properly.
Rethread the bobbin.
Rethread machine.
Readjust thread tension.
12
13
17
Threader does
not thread
needle eye
Needle is not raised.
Needle inserted incorrectly.
Bent needle.
Raise the needle.
Reinsert needle.
Insert new needle.
8
6
6
Machine does
not feed
properly
Feed dogs are lowered.
Raise the feed dogs.
8
Lint and dust accumulated around
feed dogs.
Clean the feed dogs area.
30
Needle breaks
Fabric pulled while sewing.
Needle is hitting the presser foot.
Needle inserted incorrectly.
Incorrect size needle or thread for
fabric being sewn.
Do not pull fabric.
Select correct foot and pattern.
Reinsert needle.
Choose correct size needle
and thread.
15
19
6
18
Machine runs
with difficulty
Dirt or lint accumulated in the hook
race and feed dog.
Remove the needle plate
and bobbin case and clean
the hook race and feed dog.
30
Cord not plugged into electrical
outlet.
Power switch is not turned on.
Bobbin winder spindle is pushed to
the right.
Presser foot is not lowered.
Buttonhole Sewing Mode;
- Buttonhole lever is not lowered
completely.
- Buttonhole foot is not attached.
Insert plug fully into outlet.
7
PROBLEM
Upper thread
breaks
Lower thread
breaks
Machine skips
stitches
Needle inserted incorrectly.
Thread tension too tight.
Thread of incorrect size or poor
quality.
Incorrect size needle
on stretch fabric.
Fabric puckers
Machine will not
run
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PAGE
6
17
18
Turn on the switch.
Push spindle to the left.
7
11
Lower the foot.
15
- Lower the buttonhole lever.
23
- Attach the buttonhole foot.
23
BL67 -STITCH CHART CONVERSION
4 = 4 LED lights
­ = LED light blinking
3 = 3 LED lights
2 = 2 LED lights
2 ­ = 2 LED plus one blinking
1 = one LED light
3 ­ = 3 LED plus one blinking
4 ­ = 4 LED plus one blinking
5 = 5 LED lights
1 ­ = one LED plus one blinking
The default stitch length and width settings have been underlined on the chart for your reference.
All measurements are listed in millimeters.
For easy use and understanding of the stitch length and stitch width settings, the numbers have been rounded to the closest single digit
or decimal.
No. Stitch
Stitch name
Stitch Length (L) -
1
­
L
W
L
W
Stitch Width (W)
1­
L
W
-
2
L
W
L
2­
W
LED light conversion chart in millimeters (mm)
3
L
W
L
3­
W
4
L
W
L
4­
W
5
L
W
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
01
Straight
center
Needle
position
02
03
_
_
0.4
_
0.0
_
1.5
0.7
_
1.0
_
1.5
2.0
_
3.0
_
0.4
_
Quilt stitch
0.4
_
0.6
_
0.7
_
Needle
position
_
0.0
_
_
_
_
1.0
_
_
1.0
_
1.5
_
_
_
_
_
_
0.0
0.6
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
1.0
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
2.5
_
4.0
_
5.0
3.0
_
_
_
3.5
2.0
2.0
_
_
_
2.5
_
_
_
_
_
_
3.0
3.0
_
_
3.5
2.0
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
3.0
_
5.5
_
6.0
4.5
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
4.0
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
0.8
_
0.7
0.8
06
Zigzag
0
07
Bartack
buttonhole
Buttonhole
_
_
0.3
_
_
_
0.4
_
_
_
0.6
_
_
_
0.7
_
_
_
_
_
0.4
_
_
_
0.6
_
_
_
Keyhole
buttonhole
Keyhole
buttonhole
_
_
0.3
_
_
_
_
0.4
_
_
_
0.6
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
0.4
_
_
_
0.6
_
_
_
0.6 1.5
0.4
0.6
1.0 3.0
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2.0
4.0
1.8
1.3
0.8
_
7.0
4.5
4.5
_
_
_
7.0
4.5
_
_
7.0
Right
_
10
_
Right
Stem stitch
09
4.0
Right
05
08
_
Center
Left
_
3.5
2.0
Center
Left
0.4
_
_
Center
_
Needle
position
_
Left
0
Straight Left
Triple stitch
04
0
3.0
4.0
6.0
4.5
7.0
_
1.0
5.0
_
_
1.0
5.0
_
_
_
1.0
5.0
_
_
_
1.0
5.0
5.0
No. Stitch
Stitch name
Stitch Length (L) -
1
­
L
W
L
W
Stitch Width (W)
1­
L
W
2
L
W
-
2­
L
W
LED light conversion chart in millimeters (mm)
3
L
W
3­
L
W
4
L
W
L
4­
W
5
L
W
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
11
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
_
_
0.6
0.6
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
5.0
5.0
_
_
_
_
0.6
2.0
0.6
_
_
2.0
2.0
5.0
5.0
_
_
2.0
5.0
_
_
3.5
_
_
2.0
2.0
5.0
5.0
1.0
3.5
_
_
2.0
_
1.0
3.5
_
_
_
_
1.0
3.5
_
_
_
_
3.5
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
0.4
0.4
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
0.4
1.0
0.4
1.0
_
_
1.0
3.5
_
_
1.0
3.5
_
_
_
_
1.0
2.5
_
_
0.6
2.5
_
0.6
0.6
2.5
2.5
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
0.6
0.3
2.5
2.5
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
0.6
0.6
2.5
2.5
Zigzag
blind hem
Double
action
Bridging
_
_
0.6
_
_
_
_
Feather
_
_
_
_
Decorative
_
_
Decorative
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
Buttonhole
20
21
_
_
_
13
14
15
16
19
_
_
_
Buttonhole
18
_
_
_
12
17
0.6
0.4
_
Buttonhole
Buttonhole
3-step zigzag
Satin stitch
Rick-rack
Overlock
Double
overlock
Shell
Blind hem
Feather
Decorative
30
Decorative
31
32
Decorative
Decorative
0.6
0.6
2.5
2.5
0.6
2.5
0.6
2.5
0.6
0.6
2.5
_
_
0.6
_
0.6
0.6
1.0
1.0
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
0.8
_
_
_
1.0
5.0
_
_
0.8
0.8
_
_
_
_
_
_
1.0
1.0
5.0
5.0
_
_
_
0.8
3.0
0.7
_
_
_
1.0
6.0
6.0
_
_
4.5
5.0
7.0
_
3.0
6.0
_
_
_
_
1.0
4.5
7.0
7.0
_
_
3.0
6.0
_
_
4.5
7.0
_
_
3.0
6.0
_
_
4.5
7.0
_
_
_
_
_
_
3.0
6.0
_
_
4.5
4.5
7.0
7.0
5.0
_
_
3.0
6.0
_
_
4.5
7.0
2.0
5.0
_
_
3.0
6.0
_
_
4.5
7.0
2.0
5.0
_
_
3.0
6.0
_
_
4.5
7.0
5.0
_
_
6.0
_
_
2.0
5.0
_
_
4.5
4.5
7.0
7.0
5.0
_
_
_
6.0
_
_
2.0
2.0
3.0
_
_
_
_
4.5
7.0
_
_
_
_
_
_
4.5
7.0
_
_
_
_
_
_
2.0
_
_
3.0
3.0
6.0
_
1.0
_
3.5
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
2.0
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
4.5
4.5
7.0
7.0
_
_
_
_
_
_
2.0
5.0
_
_
_
_
_
_
4.5
7.0
_
_
3.5
_
_
5.0
_
_
6.0
_
_
4.5
7.0
2.5
2.5
1.0
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2.0
3.0
No. Stitch
Stitch name
Stitch Length (L) -
1
­
L
W
L
W
Stitch Width (W)
1­
L
W
2
L
W
-
2­
L
W
LED light conversion chart in millimeters (mm)
3
L
W
3­
L
W
4
L
W
L
4­
W
5
L
W
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
_
_
_
_
_
_
0.6
0.6
2.5
2.5
_
_
_
_
0.6
0.6
2.5
2.5
Decorative
_
_
_
_
Decorative
_
41
Decorative
42
Decorative
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Decorative
Overcasting
Decorative
Applique
Overcasting
Decorative
43
Decorative
44
Decorative
45
Decorative
46
Decorative
_
2.5
2.5
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
_
1.0
1.0
3.5
3.5
_
_
_
_
1.0
1.0
3.5
3.5
_
_
_
_
_
1.0
3.5
_
_
_
_
_
_
2.0
2.0
5.0
5.0
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2.0
2.0
2.0
5.0
5.0
5.0
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2.0
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5.0
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2.0
5.0
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3.0
6.0
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3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
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6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
6.0
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_
4.5
7.0
4.5
4.5
4.5
7.0
7.0
7.0
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4.5
4.5
4.5
7.0
7.0
7.0
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_
1.0
1.0
_
3.5
3.5
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4.5
7.0
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4.5
7.0
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4.5
7.0
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4.5
7.0
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4.5
7.0
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4.5
7.0
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0.6
2.5
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2.0
5.0
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4.5
7.0
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6.0
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3.0
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3.5
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1.0
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4.5
7.0
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4.5
7.0
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6.0
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3.0
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3.5
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1.0
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4.5
4.5
7.0
7.0
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4.5
7.0
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6.0
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3.0
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4.5
4.5
7.0
7.0
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4.5
7.0
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_
4.5
7.0
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3.0
6.0
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_
4.5
7.0
Decorative
48
Decorative
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49
Decorative
50
Decorative
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51
Decorative
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Decorative
2.5
0.6
0.6
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47
52
0.6
53
54
Decorative
Decorative
55
Decorative
Cross stitch
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56
Decorative
Cross stitch
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0.6
0.6
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_
2.5
2.5
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_
0.6
0.6
2.5
2.5
0.6
0.6
2.5
2.5
0.6
2.5
0.6
2.5
_
1.0
_
3.5
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1.0
3.5
-34-
2.0
5.0
2.0
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5.0
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_
2.0
5.0
_
2.0
2.0
5.0
5.0
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2.0
5.0
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2.0
5.0
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2.0
5.0
No. Stitch
Stitch name
Stitch Length (L) -
1
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L
W
L
W
Stitch Width (W)
1­
L
W
-
2
L
W
L
2­
W
LED light conversion chart in millimeters (mm)
3
L
W
L
3­
W
4­
4
L
W
L
5
W
L
W
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
Decorative
Cross stitch
Decorative
Cross stitch
Decorative
Cross stitch
Decorative
Cross stitch
Decorative
Satin stitch
Decorative
Satin stitch
Decorative
Satin stitch
Decorative
Satin stitch
Decorative
Satin stitch
Decorative
Satin stitch
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4.5
7.0
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4.5
7.0
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4.5
7.0
5.0
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4.5
7.0
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4.5
7.0
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_
4.5
7.0
4.5
7.0
4.5
7.0
4.5
7.0
4.5
7.0
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_
2.0
5.0
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2.0
5.0
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2.0
5.0
2.5
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2.0
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2.5
0.6
2.5
0.6
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_
1.0
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_
0.6
2.5
0.6
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2.5
_
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1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
2.0
3.0
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2.0
1.0
0.6
0.6
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0.6
0.6
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2.5
0.6
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0.6
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2.0
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2.0
5.0
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2.0
5.0
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2.0
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3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
3.0
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ACTION BEEPS
For each activity in the electronic control part of the machine, there will be a warning to let you know that the electronic panel has received the command.
WARNING
WHAT IT MEANS
BEEP
WHAT TO DO
Remove fabric or change stitch when needle is in UP position.
UP
ONE BEEP Needle is stopped in UP position.
Pivot the fabric for continued stitching or raise the needle to remove the fabric.
DOWN
ONE BEEP Needle is in DOWN position.
ONE BEEP
LOW SPEED
BACK
ONE BEEP
START ENABLED ONE BEEP
START DISABLE
ONE BEEP
START DISABLE
ONE BEEP
WARNING
THREE BEEP
You have pressed the low speed button.
Sew low and release the button to continue sewing normal speed.
Machine sews reverse stitching
Foot control has been unplugged.
START/STOP button is pressed when foot control is plugged in.
Foot control is plugged into machine.
Machine is defective.
Continue sewing reverse or release.
-35-
Press START/STOP button to run machine.
Unplug foot control to use START/STOP button.
START/STOP button cannot be used when control is plugged into machine.
-Reposition buttonhole foot to continue.
-Wait a few seconds or turn machine off and back on to reset the
program.
-If machine still beeps, contact your authorized retailer or service
center.
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