Attaching a button – SINGER 7025 User Manual

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Attaching a button

Flat buttons can be sewn on quickly and easily
using the plain zig-zag stitch. A special button

sewing foot (H), may be purchased at your
sewing center.

Recommended settings

Stitch Selection: Zig-Zag Stitch

Needle Position:

Stitch Width: To suit Button

Button Sewing (H)

' (Additional Accessory)

Needle Plate: General Purpose (A)

Attach Feed Cover (F)

Before you can attach a button, the bobbin

thread must be brought up through the hole

in the feed cover.

1 Set stitch width at ( ; ), and needle

position selector at ( j j ). Position button

under foot and lower the needle into the

center of the left hole. Lower the foot. Turn

hand wheel toward you until needle rises

out of button and is above the foot.


2. Move stitch width selector until needle is

over the other hole in the button. Then,

when you begin to stitch, the needle should

enter into the right hole of the button. Take

six or more zig-zag stitches to attach button

and finish with the needle on the left side.

3. To fasten stitching, adjust width to ( ; )

and take three or four stitches. Remove

work, draw threads to underside, fasten,

and trim.



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