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FKEI; MOTION WORK
MONOGRAMS .... I;MBUOU)I:UY
Selector selling; )5I,
Slilth Width; 2 — 5
Peed cover plate
Darning and embroidery foot
Stitch length; Above 20
Script monograms and embroidery can bo offoc-
tively accomplished with the zigzag stitdi wlion the
free motion jHinciple is employed.
rraco or mark design on right side of fabric.
Phice work in embroidery troops largo enougii
to encorrrpass entire desigir. Be sure fabric is
Attach food cover plate to machine her! in place
of regular throat piate.
Locate darning and gmbroidery foot on presser
bar with lifting finger over needie clamp senrw.
Position work under nemilc and lower pressor
Irar. Bring bobbin ftiread up Urrough fabric at
start of desigir. Hold both thread ends to start
# Move haojrs slowly, following outline of design.
Maintain an rrven rate of speed so that stitdies
are uniioiiirfy irUtced.
Slow movement of hoops produces a close satin
stitch; more rapid movement lengtlrcns the stitch
and results in an open effect.
Shading stitches from wide to narrow is controll
ed by lire angle at which work is placed and moved
A tc.st samirle should always be made before
proceding with tire actual work to determine, stitch
setting and spacing. Some fabrics may requite
(iddition of un underlay of crisp lawn or organdie.
DECORATIVH STITCH PAmiRNS
Examples of Stitch Patterns and their Selector SeUings
DS (5) 2
DS (D 3
PS (D 3