Embroidering with a hoop, Darning – SINGER W159 User Manual
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EMBROIDERING WITH A HOOP
It is easy to follow a sketched design or to work free hand
when embroidering or monogramming. (See Fig. 24)
Release the pressure from the foot by pressing down the snap
lock on the pressure release darner. Turn the drop feed knob Fig.
19 to “0” position.
Stretch the fabric in an embroidery hoop, and place under the
needle after removing the presser foot. Set the stitch width at the
size you prefer and lower the presser bar lifter. Then operate the
machine at a rather high speed while moving the hoop slowly with both hands. Work carefully and be sure to keep fingers out
of the path of the needle.
Release the pressure from the foot and drop feed as directed above.
Place fabric to be mended under foot, and stitch around hole, moving the fabric firmly and slowly in any direction. Be
sure to hold the fabric taut or skipped stitches will be encountered.