Twin needle sewing – SINGER 6550-WORKBOOK Scholastic User Manual
Twin Needle Sewing
By using a Twin Needle, two parallel rows of stitching can be sewn at the
same time. A straight stitch using a twin needle sewing creates a sporty
hem on knit wear, a sophisticated top-stitch or a decorative embellish-
0, no width
Transparent Satin Foot or Standard Foot
5” x 5” piece of lightweight woven fabric, with a stabilizer ironed-on
Insert the second spool pin.
Both spools of thread follow the same threading path until they reach
the eye of the needle. Thread each needle separately.
Slowly sew a row of stitching on the right side of the fabric.
Maintain a slow consistent speed to ensure accurate stitching.
Note: When sewing with a stitch that has width (such as a zigzag or
decorative stitch) and the twin needle, never set the width wider 3.0.
Always test that the needle does not hit the foot by turning the hand