SINGER 631 User Manual

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lu lUldUioti io noniuil iliicudiiHj, pSuce

t!u> lu-udic thread in tlie ciiaiu stiUli Diroad yrude

with llui iace ])!ale oiu-ti.

Stiktv leiiyllt; Nounallv' set for maximum lenrjth,

approx. 0 stildiirs to tiu; indi |4 mm) (ieit. tow of

mmitiers on llie sUitri indieatm jrl.ite), Лиу stiUh

ii'iMitti i)('twe(4i h and \'J. .sfitsiu's to Ih«' iu(i! {?. mm)

may ire used.

Upper fhnuHi ieiisiou: Noimiilly set between 2 and

.'i. Siiijlit adjustment ntay be lecjuittrd depemtrmt on

Itur sUtih ieufjtli and ilie iiiateiiai used.

dt<iin stiidi strain lias the, same appearauetr as a

lod; stildi .straru <)u the toj) side of the fabric,

f towevi'v, the knottimj of the slitdi doe.s not occur

in Uitr matetial as trii a propiuly ItalaiKrt'd ккк stitch

seam; instead thi> thread forms loops on tlu' imder-

sido of the fabiie widdi iesembh:> small arrowlteads, anov.’htmds peculiar to the thaiu stitt.h poiu!

tov.xmis Uie betpunintj of the seam.

When stattintj make sute that the taktr-up lever is

in its highest ptrsiiion, ritis will prevent the needte

thread from pultintj triif of the needle И the thread

has been eut too short. Sew forward only! If the

matt'iiri! is pivoted at the needle for ojmrations

where corneitng is retpdred, m<ike certain Umt the

needle is on its upv.-artt movement (apptox, 1 cm

above its lowest iroint) to avoid skijrped .stiichos.

then cottlinne to sew,



т и п l'IHrSSliR TOOT
'Hie easiest way of retnovinrj tlio materia! is to sew

off lilt! edge of the fabric wtiito slightly ptdiiny on

the mattnial, lliis produces a diaiir whidi sliould

ire rtU sonu' distance away ftotn the fabiic, How-

ev(u, if tinr scant is ended Ixrfore llu' ectge of lire

fairric, Irriug tile takc-up lever fir its liighesf posi­

tion, Hum lit! (he ¡rn'ssiu loot am! pull somr; thread

thmW)li the take-UJ) lever from tllC spool pin. Nov,'

drciW the loose thread Iretv lam the pressm foot and

liie m.dtuial to tlie riglit vith the scissors <ind ttien

cni lh<> thieati. By removing the niutiuTii liie free

end of thc‘ thiead is automatically pulh'd to the

underside of the niaterial and Ifie s<Min is securely




'i'he, diain stitdi seam can be opened in one direc­

tion only, from tfio end of the seam toward.s the
start of the seam, The opening direction is distin­
guished by Ihti arrov.dieads on the underside of the

fabiic which ¡roint towards fire ireginning of the

To open the seam, cut the last stitch on the top side

of the faluic and thmi pull up (he ]>ieeeding stüfi».
With ttiis free thiead end the .seam can bo removed
by a single pnil. In the same manner the scam may
bo opened and removed at any dosiroii place by
pulling the thread emt in arrowhead direction. The
remaining section to the end of the scam will be