Buttonholes – SINGER 610U User Manual
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The corded seam is a professional treatment for slip
covers, children's clothes, blouses, and lingerie. To make
a corded seam, make the welting first, then stitch it
into the seam.
To make the welting
Cut bias strips of fabric (width: three times the
diameter of the cord plus P/< inches).
Sew strips together on the lengthwise grain to
obtain desired length.
3. Fold resulting strip over cord, raw edges even.
4. Adjust Zipper Foot to the left side of the needle.
5. Lower Zipper Foot.
Stitch close to the cord (but do not crowd stitching
against cord), pulling gently on the strip, both in
front and in back of the Zipper Foot,
To stitch welting into seam
1. Place the welting between the two fabrics.
2. Stitch, this time crowding the foot against the cord.
Buttonholes can be made with the Buttonhole Cam
fitted to the machine. This cam can be easily replaced
with other interchangeable cams.
To replace the buttonhole com
of the cam and place the
cam onto spindle, pushing downward until it snaps
the cam is aligned with red mark on top cover.
(See Fig. 1)
To remove the buttonhole cam,
push disc follower re
leasing lever to the right and set buttonlmle stitch
selecting dial to "OFF”.
Viewed from underside