Sewing a seam, Placing fabric under foot, Basting – SINGER 7025 User Manual

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Sewing a seam

You can sew seams easily and accurately
when you follow the suggestions below.

Placing fabric under foot

Most fabrics can be piaced under the foot by
raising the presser foot lifter (1) to Its normal
“Up” position (2), where it locks in place.

When using buiky fabric, muitipie fabric iayers
or an embroidery hoop, raise the iifter tc/the

high rise position {3), thus increasing the space
between the foot and the needle plate.

• Lower presser foot lifter all the way down and

you are ready to sew.


Pin basting and hand basting are easy ways

to make temporary seams before machine

• 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; pull them out as you stitch.

• To hand baste, make long stitches that can

be easily removed.

Keeping seams straight

To keep seams straight, use one of the
guidelines on the needle plate.

• The most commonly used line (1), the 5/8 Inch

(1.6 cm) seam allowance, is extended onto

the slide plate.


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