Stitch width control, Relating stitch length to stitch width – SINGER W910 User Manual
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This control controls the side sewing of the needle for various width of stitches. At 0,
the straight stitch line results in ordinary sewing. Also, the widest special stitch
patterns as per those shown on the stitch pattern selector are made with this control at
The narrow special stitch patterns including buttonhole are made with this control at
the less number, and with this control at
, only straight sewing is made regardless the
selection of stitch patterns.
With the control at any other point than "0", ordinary straight stitch varies to zigzag
stitches. At 1, the needle takes a harrow swing resulting in narrow column of stitching
and, at 5, the needle takes a large swing respiting in a wide column of stitches.
In case of twin needle sewing, this control
STITCH WIDTH CONTROL
should be set less than Number 3, other
wise needle hits needle plate.
RELATING STITCH LENGTH TO
When the stitch width control is set at
one particular width (such as
stitch length control will now control how
close those stitches come together. At
, the fabric does not move,
resulting in a bar of stitches formed one
on top of the other, as is used in button
sewing. At red bar mark or near 0, the
feed pulls the fabric through slowly,
resulting in a dense column of stitches
called a satin stitch. At length 5, a very
long open zigzag results.
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