SINGER 631 User Manual

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Selector sotting: III.
Stitch Width: 3
Throat ptatc: Genera! purpose
Narrow hcminer

Lncc edgings can be applied with the Narrow

Mcmmer to trim lingerie hems, children's clothes,

I.acc Applied Over Hem. l-old and start the hem

in the usual way. Starting atront 1" down from the
end of the lace, place the selvage under the needle
and lower needle to hold lacc firmly. Raise the foot
slightly and slip the lacc under the back portion
of the foot, without disturbing the position of the
fabric. Stitch slow’ly, guiding the fabric with the
right hand, the lacc with the left. Take care not to
stretch, the lacc.

I.acc Applied Under Hem. When using lacc

underneath the fold of a hem, the procedure is the
same as when making a hemmed seam. Slip the

lace in from the left as you would the second piece

of fabric. This method is used where a neat finish

is desired on both sides of the material.

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Scroll for



Selector .sotlings: All
Throat plate: General purpose

The multi-slotted binder is used to apply com­

mercial binding as well as self-fabric bias to an nn-
iini.shed edge. 'J'hi.s colourfid trimming is aUraefive

when applied to diildron's wear, aprons and house­
hold linens. It is a practical Ihiish for seam edges

that fray and for making bound seams.


Commercial single fold bias tape is inserted from

the rigid ink) the slot <it the wide end of the scroll,
l.infolded bias ’Vu" wide is inserted into the open­
ing at the end of the scroll.

Cut binding diagonally and pnll through the

scroll until evenly loldod edges are under the

needle, I’reo length of binding is held between the
guide pins.

Insert Ihc edge to bo bound into the centre of

the scroll. Position stitrhing by moving the scroll
portion of tlx; binder to the right or left by means
of the arljusting hxj.