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801S, 802S Blind Hemming Presser foot: Thread: No.2 blind stitch Stitch width: 2% ap - Stitch length 2-2% Needle position: right — Feed-dog: sewing Important Trial sewing ial: Guide the hem into the foot as shown in Fig. 2. As for sewing by hand, _It is recommended to ‘Sew slowly, until the Tip: Hold the work lightly ensuring the fold is a fine material requires a sew atrial piece as ma- _ needle swings to the left always kept against the guide. fine needle and fine terials can vary in thick- side. Using the hand- thread. ness; the needle should — wheel guide the needle This work is best sewn prick only the edge of —_untilitjust touches the at a slow speed. the material as when fold and check that it sewing by hand. just catches it. If neces- Preparation sary adjust stitch width The hem should be Basic setting is always __ slightly: making it nar- prepared as for sewing stitch width 2%. The rower if needle is too far by hand: overcast raw different thicknesses of over fold and wider if it edge, baste and press. material may require a__is missing the fold. ‘small adjustment. Check the next left Placing the hem swinging stitch in the How the work is placed same way. Then sew beneath the foot approx. 10 cm and check (see Fig. 1). again. Narrow-stitched edges on collars, cuffs, lapels, hems, etc. ~ 016 — sewing thread 80. ‘No. 0 straight stitch 0 Stitch length: T Needle position: left/half-left | Feed-dog: sewing | Place fabric edge to left side of guide on blindstitch foot (Fig. 1). Set needle position left or half-left. Stitching Edges using the Needle Positions * Special accessory 803S Wide-stitched edges Presser foot (000 Thread sewing thread Needie: 80, Stitch selectio No.0 straight stitch Stitch width’ Stitch length: Needle position: Feed-dog: Guide material edge along the presser foot ‘or along the markings in the stitch plate. Stitching widths: a) Presser foot deep = 7mm (Fig, 2) b) Marking line 1 = 10 mm (1m) (Fig. 3) ¢) Marking line 2 = 18 mm (1,5 cm) (Fig. 4) Other widths can be sewn using the needle positions left, half-left, right and half-right. 801S Buttonholes Nan, aust stitch density Presserfoot: SSS BQ_*«SOM basic setting to suit Presserfoot: ___452 _ material: turn the mark a Thread: ‘sewing/darning thread ttle to right for thick Needle: _____ 80-70 __ fabrics - to left for fine Stitch selection: No.1 zig-zagstitch fabrics. Always sew a Stitch width: th: connected automatically trial buttonhole. The Stitch length: almost O stitch length varies Needle position: ‘connected automatically slightly depending on Feed-dog: sewing —__ the type of material. “ Sewing the buttonhole To sew buttonholes, _—_Place the material under thread lower thread in __ the foot so that the edge the finger of the bobbin of the material lies in case (Fig. 1). front of the presser foot (Fig. 4). Move needle down with the handwheel and check whether itis at the centre of the presser foot. IF not, make one stitch by hand. Position work beneath foot and place needle exactly at start of the buttonhole. Lower presser foot and sew buttonhole. Buttonhole setting Q 1, Switch buttonhole knob to position 1 fl (Fig. 2). 2. Set stitch length as follows. Turn knob to right until it locks. The Mark is now on top (Fig. 3) and the stitch length is 0. Now make half a turn to the left (marking line to the bot- tom) and this will give the basic setting for the 3 stitch length. 24 0 5 1 knob to1 2 Machine sews first bead = forwards 4 2° 3 Knob to 2 Machine sews bar tack 9 5 1 Knob to 3 i Machine sews second 4 bead backwards. 2 3 Q 5 1 E knob to 4 Machine sews bar tack 4 2 3 Q 6 1 Knob to 5 lachine does securing a s stitches Reset knob to 1 for next buttonhole and continue ‘sewing through to step 5 as described above. ‘When all buttonholes are completed set knob to 0 for general sewing. Cutting open buttonhole Itis best to cut from both ends of the button- hole to the centre (Fig. 5). This avoids cut- ting through a bar tack.