Reverse stitching, Turning corners, Sewing heavy fabric – SINGER W1750C User Manual
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Reverse stitching is used for reinforcing the ends
of the seams.
1 .Place the fabric in position where back stitching
to be made and lower the presser foot.
2 Press reverse stitch button and sew 4-5 stitches.
(Using foot controller, press pedal with pressing
reverse stitch button.)
3. Press start button and resume sewing
(Using controller, release reverse stitch button
to forward stitching.)
4. When you reach the end of seam, press reverse
stitch button and sew 4-5 reverse stitches.
1 .Stop the machine when you reach a corner.
2.Lower needle into the fabric.
To lower the needle, you can either use the
needle up/down button or turn the handwheel
4 Use the needle as a pivot and turn fabric.
5.Lower the presser foot and resume sewing.
SEWING HEAVY FABRIC
When sewing heavy fabrics, the toe end of
presser foot tends to lift up and sewing can
not be started smoothly. In such case, place
a piece of cardboard or fabric of same thickness
underthe heel end of the presserfoot.
. The presser foot lifter can be raised 1 step
higherfor placing heavy materials under
the presser foot easily.
A; Fabric B: Thick paper or fabric
SEWING OVER OVERLAPPED AREAS
Guide the fabric with your hand when sewing
over overlapped areas.