SINGER W164 User Manual
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ADJUSTING PRESSURE AND FEEDING OF FABRIC
GENERAL SEWING. Usually for straight sewing and various embroidery work, the pressure
bar cap or darning release, Fig. 18, is at its lowest position and the feed at its highest level-with
the drop feed button marked UP pressed all the way down. Fig. 17.
SEWING THIN OR LIGHT WEIGHT FABRICS
When lighter pressure is required to sew satisfactorily on thin
silk or flimsy material, the pressure cap should be about halfway
down. Release all the way by pressing the snap lock. A, Fig.
19, and then press cap B down again to half-way spot. Lower
the feed slightly by pressing the DOWN button (Fig. 17) to the
DARNING AND MENDING
In order to move the fabric freely in any
down on the snap lock. A, Fig. 19. Press
DOWN button (Fig. 17.) all the way down,
which drops the feed well below the needle
plate. To return feed to normal, press the
UP button all the way down.