SINGER 6104 User Manual

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With Embroidery Hoop

♦ Needle Position:




♦ Stitch Width:

♦ Stitch Length: 0

♦ Snap-in Feed Cover

♦ No Presser Foot or Presser Foot Shank

♦ Presser Bar: Lowered

♦ Insert snap-in feed cover plate as instruc­

ted on page 5,

♦ Trim ragged edges from area to be darned

and centre worn section in embroidery hoop

designed for machine use.

♦ Position hoop under the needle

and lower

presser bar to engage tension.

Hold needle

thread loosely with left hand, turn hand

wheel over and draw bobbin



through fabric. Hold both thread ends and

lower needle into fabric. Take a few stitches

to secure.

Snip oft


ends close to fabric.

♦ Outline area to be darned with straight

stitches for reinforcement. '

♦ Stitch across opening, moving hoop under

needle at a slight angle from lower left to

upper right. Keep lines of stitching closely

spaced and even in length. When opening

Is filled, cover area with crosswise lines of



m ethod

of controlling fabric movement

with an embroidery hoop should be done with

the extension bed on the machine and may be

used to do embroidering or monogramming.


How the zipper 1$ inserted will depend on the

type of the garment and the location of the

zipper. With the adjustable zipper foot, you

will find it easy to sew an even line of stitch­

ing close to the zipper.

The zipper foot can be used either to the left



of the needle, depending on where

the bulk of the garment is placed

♦ Needle Position:


♦ Stitch Width: ;ji

♦ Stitch Length: To suit fabric

♦ General Purpose .Needle Plate

♦ Zipper Foot

Adjusting the Zipper Foot

When the zipper is to the right of the needle.

♦ Before attaching the


foot slide the

adjusting spacer to the left (illustration


♦ Snap on the zipper foot as Instructed on

page 4.

♦ Check the position of the foot by lowering

the needle into the side notch of the foot,

making sure it clears the foot

When zipper is to the


of the needle, ad­

just the foot to the


of the needle in the

same way (illustration B).