SINGER 14U 34B/234B User Manual
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• 3-Thread pin tucking
Pin tucking is a useful decoration when sewing blouses and children’s clothes. Pin tucking is accomplished
before cutting out garment.
• Use ordinary overedge throat plate or rolled hemming throat plate.
• Remove left needle.
• Before sewing on your garment, always make a test stitch on a sample of your fabric so that you can
adjust the thread tensions correctly for standard 1 needle, 3 thread overedge stitching.
. Place movable knife in non-operating position.
• Fold fabric in half with the wrong side facing.
• Place fabric under the foot with the fold resting against the wall of edge guide, (optional parts)
• Adjust edge guide (optional parts) so that the stitches will just overcast the edge of the fold as shown in
• Lower the foot and sew. When stitching is completed, press pin tuck to lay flat on one side.
• Turning square corners
1. Cut out approximately
2cm from the comer in
line with the overedge
2. Sew to point A, one stitch
beyond edge of fabric and
3. Raise needle and presser
4. Pull fabric to the rear of
machine just enough to
release the thread caught
on the finger of the throat
5. Turn fabric and lower
presser foot so that its
finger is positioned on the
edge of fabric.
6. Pull slack threads up, then
start to sew.