SINGER W3051 User Manual
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Stitch left side of buttonhole to end of marking. Stop machine with needle to the right of stitching.
Leave needle in fabric, raise presser foot and turn garment half-way around in clockwise direction. Let
presser foot down, raise needle and turn zigzag lever "B” (Fig. 23} to 4 width. Sew four or five stitches
to make the bar at one end of the buttonhole. Return zigzag stitch lever to the left position at 2 and
sew the other side of buttonhole. When arriving at end of buttonhole, again move zigzag stitch lever
to the right for making second bar with four to five stitches. Remove garment from machine and open
make reinforced buttonholes introduce gimp of proper size into the small hole at the front of the button
hole foot. Sew over gimp as machine makes buttonhole seams. For flat buttonholes leave thread tension
pretty much the same as for ordinary sewing. Pearl stitch buttonholes require a tight tension of the
needle thread. For better appearance, use needle thread of the next heavier size.
Push the drop feed button "DOWN” all the way down to permit the fabric to be moved in any direction.
Remove presser foot and release button as shown in Fig. 20.
Embroidery is most successful when fabric is stretched in a hoop. Flold hoop on machine bed with both
bobbin thread tension to prevent the lower thread being pulled up.