Stretch stitch control ring – SINGER W910 User Manual

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Selection between ordinary stitching and triple auto­
matic back-and-forth stitching called stretch stitch is
made by the stretch stitch control ring. With the

control ring to the left at mark "M", ordinary sewing
is performed. With the control ring to the left at the

mark "SS", your machine automatically performs the
stretch stitch with the repetition of two forward and

one backward stitch combination.

A reinforced seam of stretch stitch that will stretch
considerably more than the fabric used is the most

wanted feature in a sewing machine today.

Its uses are almost unlimited and the more you use

your machine the more it will become apparent to you.

When stretch stitching, the stitch length control should
be always set at




In addition to ordinary straight and zigzag stitches, three consecutive buttonholing-

step stitches,


embroidery stitches, blind stitch and blind stretch stitch,



kinds of utility forward stitches, 9 special stretch stitches and straight and Rick-Rack

stretches as shown on the Stretch Stitch Patterns Marking can be selected by this
selector. This selector can be turned only to the right, except for it's buttonhole step

selection range where the selector can be turned to both directions.

For regular stitch patterns, set the pattern selector at the selected pattern position

and the stretch stitch control ring at "M".

The regular stitch patterns selected by the selector are turned to the stretch stitch

patterns shown on Stretch Stitch Pattern Marking under same cross-reference number

patterns on the selector, simply by setting stretch stitch control ring

All regular stitches and blind stretch stitch are made by forward sewing at an op­

tional forward stitch length selected by

stitch length control. All stretch stitches
are made at the fixed stretch stitch length

with the stitch length control at


and the

stretch control ring at "SS". To balance
forward and reverse stitch length in stretch

stitching and buttonholding, adjust the
Automatic Reverse Stitch Tuner. With the

selector at buttonhole step (




), your

machine does not feed fabric for barrack­
ing the buttonhole ends and, with it at

buttonhole step (3), it feeds fabric in
reverse to sew the right buttonhole edge

with the preset reverse satin stitch length
automatically, regardless the setting of
stitch length control.