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TO KNOW YOUR MACHINE
for 14. Removable Extension Table lets you change the machine bed from flat to free arm. 15. Presser Foot Lifter, at the back of machine, lets you raise and lower presser fool 16. Thread Cutter, is built into face plate cover for convenience and safety. 17. Slide Plate opens for easy and replacement of bobbin. 18. Feed System presser foot,, 19. Presser the feed off. 20.Bed is machine. 21.Stitch variety moves fabric removal
1. Hand Wheel provides a means raising or lowering the needle. 2. Pattern Display
Panel shows a vari-
ety of patterns available for your sewing needs. Pattern indicator appears under the pattern you select by turning Pattern Selector Dial, #25. 3. Bobbin Winder lets you fill the bobbin with thread quickly and easily. 4. Friction-Free Spool Pin and Cap hold the top thread supply and allow it to unwind smoothly as the spool does not turn. 5. Stitch Width Lever controls the width of patterns and sets the needle for straight stitching_
Foot holds fabric system and snaps
against on and
6. Snap-In Thread Guide helps to insure a smooth flow of thread from the spool to the tension,
Length of stitch
Lever allows lengths.
7. Bobbin Winder Tension Disc provides thread tension for' bobbin winding 8. Auto Needle controls 9. Face Thread Tension tension. cover' Lever
22.Power and Light Switch turns on the machine and sewing light at the same time 23.Reverse Lever provides momentary or continuous fa_,ric rnovemenL either reverse
top thread Plate
is a removable movabtc parts
protecting ing light. 10. Sewing area,.
24. Pattern Selector Dial lets you move the pattern indicator to any of the patterns, plus buttonhole, shown on the pattern display panel. 25. Stitch Balance Ring adjusts appearance of Special Stitch patterns and buttonholes, 26. Electrical machine Power to your Cord electrical connects outlet,
step buttonholer'_ 12.One-Way Needle needle in machine incorrect insertion,, 13. Needle during Plate sewing,, Clamp holds and prevents
27. Speed Controller', designed for safety and convenience, regulates the electronic solid state speed control_
The accessories project& for your machine" are designed to simplify many of your sewing
General Purpose Needle Plate (A), and Presser Foot (B), are standard on the machine,. Used for straight and zig-zag stitching.
Straight Presser the feed Stitch Needle Plate (C), and Foot (D), used when straight from moving fabric.
When including Read using the this machine, before basic safety this following: using all instructions
precautions machine should always be followed
To reduce 1B The the risk of electric never shock: be left unattended outlet immediately light the bulb. face when plugged in. Always and before with covers the the unplug cleaning. same light type blub machine should from the machine  Always rated before the electric after using Replace plate bulb unplug 15 watts. operating before Be sure the changing to replace machine.
3'b reduce  Be sure the  Use same this the that as risk the the of burns, electrical rated only fire, electric shock or injury outlet to persons: (wall receptacle) is voltage of the socket voltage for of the motor: use as described by the in this Operator's as machine Use only in the its intended Guide_ to the off ("0") position, then remove plug
attachments Operator's all
M To disconnect, from outlet  Disconnect off when needle,  Always covers, mentioned  the making changing unplug
power-line any needle, the
the socket in the plate
or switch such
the machine as threading foot, etc.
adjustments changing from making Guide.,
needle the any
or changing outlet
machine or when
electrical other user'
lubricating, in the
Do not attempt should any
the motor be
adjustment by pulling foot
required., To unplug, care on top plate,, and of iL wrong plate can cause the needle grasp avoid the plug, not it on the the cord floor_
Do not unplug Handle Be sure the not
on cord. with
controller anything needle
to place the proper
Always use to break. Do not use
needles,. keep the fingers sewing while away machine stitching. from all moving parts. Special care is
needle. ]his may deflect the needle causing
Do not pull or push it to break,. Before removing
insulated parts. the
machines, See instructions
replacement Appliances.  Never operate
for Servicing a damaged
of Double-Insulated cord or plug, if it is not
if it has
working properly, if it has been dropped water_ Return the machine to the nearest for  examination, operate and the of the repair, machine loose cloth_ any object into any electrical, with and foot or any
or damaged, or dropped into authorized dealer or Service Center adjustment. blocked_ from the Keep ventilation of accumulation
mechanical air openings free
Never openings lint,
dust, drop use
  
Never Do not Do not
or insert outdoors. where
is beingadminist_red. is necessary In instead product, when the
Do not allow to be used as a toy, Close attention machine is used by or near children.  SERVICING OF DOUBLE-INSULATED PRODUCTS. product, grounding two systems of insulation are provided means is provided on a double-insulated Servicing of the parts
a double-insulated of grounding_ No nor should a means product be done
for grounding be added requires extreme care only by qualified must service product
to the product. and knowledge personnel. to those the words
of a double-insulated system, and should parts product.
Replacement in the
The feed cover'
FEED COVER (F)
keeps the feed from moving the fabric. o Raise o Open needle slide and presser foot.
o Slide feed cover on top of needle plate, pressing tabs (1) and (2) into holes. Close slide plate. lift
o To remove, open slide plate and front edge of cover; pull it away,
PLATE (,4) (C)
Purpose Needle Plate (A) attached To attach the
Your machine comes with the General Straight Stitch Needle Plate (C):
o Raise ,, Open
,, Lift up needle plate from right and slide out from under foot,. o To replace needle plate, pin (1) and push it firmly o Press down until it snaps
slide it under to the left,. into place.
USING THE NEEDLE
To help in threading
use the needle threader a_s follows:
Thread machine and draw 4" (10 cm) of thread down to the needle.
Holding needle threader as shown with your right hand, position U-shaped part of threader under bar of needle clamp. Snap threader up onto bar.
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Swing threader back just far enough clear the needle. Slide go. Be sure guide (1) is against of the needle. threader
as far to the left as it will
the left side
Bring metal hook of threader through the eye of the needler
Holding 3" (7.5 cm) of thread between your fingers, guide thread into metal hook. Release thread.
Holding threader with right metal hook and thread through eye of the needle., o To remove the right, Carefully threader, needJe unhook threader, thread
hand, draw backwards
and off bar of needle
Your sewing machine is easily threaded. Tension discs, thread guides and take-up lever have been designed as internal parts, eliminating many extra threading steps The clear threading path helps you avoid threading errors.
To thread Raise o Raise you. o Place
machine foot lifter:
pin (1). rim of the spool to prevent thread
o Slide spool tangling. o Snap thread
cap (2) firmly
thread guide front
(3). tension channel (4) down to needle and
o Following arrows, firmly pull thread. o Thread needle
below. Always wind the
Winding a bobbin is quick and easy when you follow the directions bobbin before threading the machine.
,, Push in indent (1) on hand wheel disc. This will stop the needle from moving. This step is not necessary if your machine does not have hand wheel disc. - Place - Slide spool spool of thread on spool over pin. rim of spool to prevent guide thread post (3) tension disc (4). tangling.
cap (2) firmly from spool
,, Lead thread o Wind thread
and snap around inside,
clockwise end, from
of bobbin small
hole in rim of bobbin+ without hand wheel
Place bobbin on spindle and push it to the right, On machines disc, this will automatically stop needle from moving. o Holding thread end, step on speed of thread is wound. (Winding stops ,, Cut thread; - Trim thread hand push bobbin
controller to run machine until desired automatically once bobbin is full.) remove it from spindle.
to the left and
end from wheel
top of bobbin. disc to sewing position by pressing on side opposite indent.,
A WOUND BOBBIN
follow the instructions below o Raise presser foot.
To insert a bobbin,
o Turn hand wheel toward you until needle is in its highest position. = Open slide plate and remove bobbin.
1. Pull 4" (10crn) of thread from replacement bobbin and insert bobbin into case, as shown.
2. Holding bobbin in place, guide thread into notch (1), and then into notch (2),
3. Draw several bobbin.
4o While holding slide plate.
o Follow directions for "Raising Thread" on page 16.
and the bobbin the hole placed in the bobbin plate., thread with left hand. case, the bobbin in the needle 1. Hold needle
Once the needle
has been threaded up through
- Turn hand wheel slowly toward you, lowering needle into hole in plate,,
2. Continue above
to do this plate.
e Pull gently up bobbin
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Too little tension will produce a loose stitch, causing loops in your seams (3)_ Adjust tension by moving lever down toward a tighter _ setting
easily and accurately when you follow the suggestions below
You can sew seams
Pin basting and hand basting are easy ways to make temporary seams before machine sewing. To pin baste, insert pins at stitching line. NEVER place pins on the underside of fabric in contact with the feed. Do not sew over pins; you stitch. pull them out as
To hand baste, make tong, loose stitches that can be easily removed.
PLACING FABRIC UNDER PRESSER FOOT
= To place fabric under presser foot, raise presser foot lifter (1) to its "up" position (2), where it locks in place, o The lifter can be raised "extra high" position and held in the
(3) for bulky fabrics_
To reinforce beginnings or' ends of seams, push in reverse lever (1). Machine will straight stitch in reverse for as long as you hold the lever in., For continuous reverse stitching, push lever in and slide it to the left to lock. Unlock to the normal reverse lever by sliding it back right and letting it return to its position_
To keep seams straight, use one of the guidelines on the needle plate. The most commonly used line (1) is extended onto the slide plate. The crosslines (2) serve as guides when stitching square corners.
corner, use crosslines on
To turn a square slide plate.
Line up fabric with extended guidelines on needle plate and stitch seam, slowing speed as you approach corner. When bottom of fabric (2) reaches cornerstop
ing crosslines stitching. Be sure needle
Raise presser foot slightly. Turn fabric, bringing bottom edge in line with guide_ line (1). Continue stitching seam.
For extra help in keeping seams straight, particularly for very narrow or very wide seams, use the seam guide which comes with your machine,. To attach the seam guide, place screw of seam guide into the hole in the bed of the machine, on the right side of slide plate (1),. Line up the straight edge of the guide with the needle plate guideline for desired seam width and tighten screw,. 1
The stitch length indicator is numbered 0 to 4. The area between 0 and 1 will produce very dense stitching. For more open stitching, slide the stitch length lever anywhere from 2 to 4. When sewing special color coded stitches the length MUST be set in the 3-112 to 4 area.
Some Special proper tension will be using.
may require looser thread make a test sample tension than others. To find the and fabric you with the thread
for your application,
Proper tension stitch (1).
Too much tension will produce a tight stitch (2), causing fabric to pucker. Adjust tension by moving lever up toward a looser "-" setting.
3 Too little tension will produce a loose stitch (3), causing loops in your pattern., Adjust tension by moving lever down toward a tighter "+" setting.
You can adjust the appearance of special color coded stitch patterns on the display panel, by turning the Stitch balance ring (1) behind the pattern selector dial (2).
A correctly balanced Fagoting shoutd appear as illustrated (3).
When stitches are too close together (4), separate them by turning the stitch balance ring to the right.
When stitches are too far apart (5), bring them closer together by turning the stitch balance ring to the left.
The Zig-Zag decorating
Stitch can be used when sewing seams, appliqueing, monogramming or
Use a zig_zag stitch to finish seam edges of fabrics that are likely to unravel, o Sew open. seams as desired; trim and press
Stitch Stitch Selection: Width: I
Zig-Zag a 1to4 General General Purpose Purpose (B) (A) Stitch
o Place edge of seam foot as shown. o Stitch close to edge, zag fall over edge.
Satin stitching is a series of closely spaced zig-zag stitches. Satin stitch monograms, embroidery and appliques for a smooth, satin-like finish_ o Practice to get desired stitch appearance.
= Lightly fabric. trace letters on right side of
Stitch Length: Foot: Needle Plate: ,, Center Stitch fabric tracing
1 or lower Special General under' Purpose (J) Purpose (A)
needle., leaving needle in
entire outline, when turning. to wrong
o Pull threads and trim.
side of fabric;
when sewing hems and seams, or attaching lace and elastic.
Use this Btindstitch
a scrap of material, each step SETTINGS Zig-Zag Blindstitch
,, Practice carefully
first on following
RECOMMENDED Stitch Stitch Stitch Foot: Needle Selection: Width: Length:
B 2 to 4 Adjustable Blindstitch (K) General Purpose mark,
With garment inside out, and press hemline (1).
Turn hem (1) back against inside of garment, leaving 1!B" of hem beyond fold (2), as shown_ Pin or baste all layers in place
Position foot with wall of the the guide the top of
the hem under the presser the soft fold resting against guide. Be sure the flange of is between the soft fold and the hem, as shown.
Lower the presser foot and begin sewing making certain the straight stitches fall on the edge of the hem and the zig-zag stitches just pierce the soft fold of the work. Adjust stitch width if necessary. While stitching, guide the hem edge in a straight line and feed the soft fold evenly.against the wall of the guide. tf layers of fabric are pinned together, remove pins as you come to them. Do not sew over pins 26
joining or reinforcing
edges of fabric of tear. for reinforcement.
o Trim ragged ,, Cut a lining o Bring baste
the edges of tear together and lining to wrong side of fabric.
Multi-Stitch Zig-Zag D 1 or lower Special Purpose (J) General Purpose (A) side line up, under presser of the at tear; shortfor
SETTINGS Arrow Stitch
Stitch Width: Stitch Length: Foot: Needle Plate: o Center stitching and sew. ,, Trim thread ends n 1 or lower Special Purpose (J) General Purpose (A) line under close presser foot
(If your rnach'ne
has I t } patternso) stitches which are solely garments and household decorative., items. These stitches let
Your machine can sew several you create unique, personalized
o Use the DOMINO
STITCH the edges
to form a lively border along of a pair of pillow cases.
Flag Stitch Stitch Width: or lower Special Purpose (J) General Purpose (A)
* Brighten up a plain dress with the SATIN BEAD STITCHtBOOMERANG STITCH/ LADY BUG STITCH (if your machine has ! I pattern_)
Satin Bead Stitch Boomerang Stitch Lady Bug Stitch
I] 1 or lower Special General Purpose (J) Purpose (A)
* The RAMPART decorate a boy's
can be used
Stitch Selection: Stitch Width: Stitch Length: Foot: Needle Plate:
Rampart :l: _ _ _ n 1 or lower Stitch
Special Purpose (J) General Purpose (A)
joining patchwork or forming decorative
The Turkish Stitch can be used for appliqueing, _ems on bed and table linens.
o Fold a double baste. hem of desired width and
Mark a guideline for hemstitching on right side of fabric just above top of hem edge.
RECOMMENDED SETTINGS Stitch Selection: Turkish Stitch
Stitch Width: D 3-1/2 to 4 Special Purpose General Purpose if necessary right side up with under presser foot. foot and stitch hem along (J) (A)
Stitch Length: Foot: Needle Plate: Adjust o Place facing, balance, wdrk, right,
o Lower presser guideline. o Be sure stitches
on left side
of line fall of fall
over' hem edge (into single thickness fabric) and stitches on right side into double fold of hem.
To Smock Fabric:
RECOMMENDED , Stitch Stitch Selection: Width: SETTINGS Honeycomb t t _ _:_ D if necessary Stitch
3-1/2 straight stitches, oStitch between rows of to 4 Sew Length: = Pull out straight stitches when cornpleted_
and finish a seam in one step. It is also
With the Straight Featherstitch you can stitch ideal for edging and appliqueing
Add a delicate touch to your sewing while finishing your edges,, EDGING and reinforcing = Sew seams in usual manner SETTINGS Straight Featherstitch g 3-'!12 to 4 Special Purpose (J) General Purpose (A) if necessary right side up, lefL over and press.
Stitch Length: Foot: Needle Plate: Adjust balance, o Place under o Bulk
edge of garment, presser foot,, of garment should
be to the
o As you stitch, needle should go right edge of fabric, as shown,.
= Your easy ,, Always sample ,, When machine automatically step You never need make a practice of your fabric_ contains making
in one, bed to as
makes a buttonhole to the size of your button to move the fabric or reposition the needle. on a thread. reach areas, convert free arm sewing. = Mark buttonhole indicated in pattern. machine
Be sure bobbin
:ill Stitch Length: 4 Foot: Buttonhole Attachment Needle Plate: General Purpose
- Remove Place shank = Center shank,
foot from shank. attachment it forward,. behind
pin (1) in attachment under and lower presser foot lifter, firmly
Press presser foot screw down until shank snaps into place
Setting A B 7
of Buttonhole (2) and to hold place button but_ in
o Open button clamp ton on carrier (3). ,, Slide clamp place, ,, Raise (2) back
foot lifter and draw needle
(A) and bobbin thread (B) between upper (4) and lower (5) plates of button attachment, and to the back of machine.
- Place fabric plates,,
upper (6) line
Center 3 red guidelines ment around beginning hole., Lower Push 6
! J ! !
of attachof button-
presser foot from
foot lifter, back of button proper carrier button-
(7) toward you to insure hole length.
o Pull buttonhole lever (8), located under sewing light, straight down as far as it will go. o Press - Start it toward running you. the machine will be stitchedl
o The entire buttonhole in one operatiom
Stop sewing when machine begins overlapping starting stitches. o Raise foot lifter and remove work from machine; clip thread ends; cut button hole opening with scissors or seam tipper. e (Adjust width and balance buttonhole, if nece_3sary.) o Press buttonhole each buttonhole lever toward to be sewn. of you test for
o When all buttonholes push buttonhole lever machine. To remove buttonhole
are completed, (8) back up into attachment, raise
presser foot lifter and press down on both sides of button carrier near shank, and slide off machine_
ADJUSTING WIDTH OF BUTTONHOLE OPENING
If the width of the buttonhole opening is
too narrow or too wide, it can be adjusted by the stitch width tever_ o Widen the buttonhole opening the stitch width lever slightly o Narrow the buttonhole opening the stitch width lever slightly by moving left. by moving righL
tf the two stitching sides of your buttonhole are unequal, turn stitch balance ring (9) behind pattern selector dial
o if the right side of stitching is too open (10), turn stitch balance ring slightly left. o tf the left side of stitching is too open (11), turn stitch balance ring slightly right
using the plain zig-zag stitch
can be sewn on quickly and easily
Stitch Selection: Stitch Width:
rol U U
Stitch Length: Foot: Needle Plate: Attach
Button Sewing (H) General Purpose (A) Feed Cover (F)
The space between the holes in the button determines stitch width setting. ,, Before you can attach a button, the bobbin thread must be brought up through the hole in the feed cover (F).
foot lifter. button foot
o Position both threads under toward rear of machine+
o Hold needle thread while lowering needle into hole in feed cover. Raise needle and gently pull needle thread, undo loop of bobbin thread that comes up with the needle Details on "Raising the Bobbin Thread" are on page 16;
= Position button on garment making sure the holes in the button are between the toes of the button foot. = Lower foot lifter.
2. Turn hand wheel toward you, lowering needle into either hole of button.
3,. Continue turning hand wheel until needle rises and moves over the other hole of button, sary. Adjust width if neces-
o Run machine slowly making stitches to attach button,.
6 or more
o Remove work from machine, (10cm) of thread.
o To secure stitching, inside of garment fabric.
pull thread ends and knot close
6 CARING FOR YOUR MACHINE
CAUTION: Before cleaning or adjusting the machine, remove plug from the socket outlet. * Raise * Open presser slide foot and needle. and remove bobbin.
* To remove the bobbin case, the needle plate must be removed first. Lift needle plate (1) from right and slide out from under foot. corner
turn lever (2)
With a small screwdriver, back as far as it will go,. * Lift out bobbin case
,' Guide under
forked end feed (4)_
= Draw rim of bobbin plate (5). e q_Jrn lever (2) toward case in place.
you, locking bobbin
NOTE: After locking case in place, be sure it is not tight, but can move slightly. = To replace needle plate, slide pin (6) and push it to the left = Press 6 o Insert needle bobbin plate down it under
in place slide plate.
o Before changing light bulb, make sure you have removed plug from socket outteL Be sure to replace the face plate which covers the light bulb before operating the machine, This machine is designed watt rnaximum light bulb_ To change the light bulb, must first be removed, to use a 15-
and remove plate
(1). away from
e Slide face machine_
THE LIGHT BULB
o Push bulb up into socket (2) and turn to the left to unlock bulb pins, o Pull bulb down and out of socket,
Push new bulb up into socket and turn to the right until pins lock into position. ,, Reposition face plate by sliding top edge of plate under edge of top cover,. o Line up screw hole hole in machine,, Insert screw in plate with screw
Your machine is designed to give you many years of dependable service. To ensure this reliability, take a few minutes to keep the machine clean. How often you clean it depends on how often you use it.
- Using from: --presser --needle
the lint bPush, remove
lint or dust
bar bar is a lot of lint in this bobbin case for
--bobbin case (if there area, remove the cleaning)
--machine surface (if necessary, dampen a soft cloth and use a mild soap to clean the surface)
Remove needle plate as instructed and clean exposed area with a lint brush
turn remove controller foot
all controls plug from lifter needle bar to from to off ("0") outlet
disconnect, then foot presser handwheel lowest your
position, Unplug Lower Turn the
position machine dry out of reach of
to make sure you are the reminders below
When sewing difficulties occur, look back through this manual correctly following the instructionsb if you still have a problem, may help you to correct it.
is bobbin Is bobbin case? Is bobbin
Is machine connected to electrical is the power and light switch or]? is controller connected? Is air' supply from controller clear?
Needle Is Not
ts needle fully inserted into needle clamp? Are bobbin and needle correctly threaded? is bobbin correctly inserted into bobbin case?
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