Samples of creative embroidery, Samples of embroidery – SINGER W1762 User Manual

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Adjusting the Stitch width

To stitch continuously at one width of zigzag stitching lock stops E iFig. 12Bj so that red

pointers meet on width chosen. Should you wish to move freely between any two widths, such
as 2 and 4, in doing free hand embroidery or buttonholes, slide stops to 0 and 4, then move
zigzag width lever to the right. Set left stop at desired width. Then move lever to the left and
set the right stop at width desired. To move stops, turn knob to left to loosen and to right to


Embroidery Patterns

With the machine set for a short stitch length, different designs can be made by swinging

the stitch width or zigzag lever back and forth between 0 and 4 or any other combination of
widths. Try setting the locks at 1 and 4, 2 and 3, etc. Set a rhythm for yourself and then
proceed. After a while you will become guite skillful, varying your designs by the speed of the
machine, stitch length and width and the manipulation of the lever.






Sew a few stitches at 4 width, then quickly move

lever back to 0 for a short period. Count, if neces­
sary, to establish a rhythm.

Set stops at 2 and 4, then move lever slowly between
settings, operating machine rather fast.

Set stops at 1 and 4. Gradually move lever from 1

to 4, then snap it back quickly to 1.

Set both stops at 4, stitch length at 4. Do a few

zigzag stitches, drop feed for 3 or 4 stitches, then
raise it again. By operating the feed knob rhyth­
mically it IS not necessary to count stitches.


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