Singer Sewing Machine Knitted Embroidery Foot

Singer Sewing Machine Knitted Embroidery Foot

Use a patch embroidery foot to mend holes or torn areas. It can also be used for free motion embroidery, dot quilting and monograms. Learn how…
The patch embroidery foot is not only used to mend holes or torn areas, it can also be used for free motion embroidery dot quilting, it even takes some practice to create monograms, but you will soon find that it is one of the best. The versatile sewing accessories in your sewing room have a small circular opening in the patch foot through which the needle passes while sewing. depending on the foot holder machine model either lower or cover to release the gears, turn the handwheel towards you to raise the needle to its highest position and slowly lower the needle about halfway down, this will make it easier to attach the foot make sure the lever on the attachment is resting on the needle clamp, use a screwdriver in place on the presser bar so that it does not loosen by itself during sewing. To prepare to sew with the darning embroidery foot, first thread the top of the machine onto the bobbin and, with the machine set for straight stitching, lower the presser foot and hold the needle thread while turning the handwheel towards you pull the bobbin thread towards the bobbin raise the presser foot and then pull both threads under the foot lower the presser foot sew a few stitches to secure the threads continue sewing and then stop to cut the ends of the thread when you lower the presser foot may realize you have lowered the presser foot your foot will not touch the fabric, but lowering the presser foot will apply the tension necessary for correct stitch formation to the upper thread, with the needle in its lowest position the foot only momentarily contacts the fabric while sewing, the foot rises again allowing you to move the fabric freely to make holes or torn patches in the fabric apply a little fabric scrub to the back of the tear to provide stability select the straight stitch and while guiding the fabric back and forth in even motions, leave the needle down once it is covered with sewn stitches over the torn area raise the presser foot and turn the fabric 90 degrees lower the presser foot and repeat the process to embroider in free motion sometimes called thread dyeing, you can use zig zag or straight stitch, it is not necessary to adjust the stitch length, as this is determined by the sewing speed and fabric movement, use a removable fabric marking tool to draw the pattern onto the fabric surface, following the manufacturer’s recommendations Apply stabilizer to the back of the n, pull the bobbin thread, then hold the bobbin and needle thread tightly when starting to sew, and stop to cut the thread ends at a fast speed while guiding the fabric at medium speed. fill the design area on the fabric surface for monogramming set the machine for a zigzag stitch apply stabilizer to the back of the fabric following the fabric manufacturer’s recommendations when sewing. The look you want and the size of the monogram stitch length are determined by the fabric movement along with the sewing speed, but while this technique takes some practice, you’ll soon find it’s a creative way to customize most of your projects for dot quilting. set the machine for straight stitching it is not necessary to adjust the stitch length because this is determined by the fabric movement along with the sewing speed, place the backing padding and the top fabric against the pin to fix it for sewing hold the fabric with both hands and then sew it in a crisscross, joining the fabric layers as you sew

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