Embroidering with a hoop, Darn or monogram without hoop – SINGER W610 User Manual
Attention! The text in this document has been recognized automatically. To view the original document, you can use the "Original mode".
EMBROIDERING WITH A HOOP
It is easy to follow a stamped design or to work free
hand when embroidering or monogramming (See Fig.
26). Release the pressure from the foot by press-
ing down on the snap lock ring darner. Push the
drop feed button down all the way.
Stretch the fabric in an embroidery hoop, and place
under the needle after removing the presser foot.
Set the stitch width at the size you prefer and lower
the presser bar lifter. Then operate the machine at
a rather high speed while moving the hoop slowly with both hands. Work carefully and be
sure to keep fingers out of the path of the needle.
Should you encounter skip stitches, the fabric is not stretched tight enough or a darning
spring is needed (see attachments available from your dealer illustrated in the back of this
DARN OR MONOGRAM WITHOUT HOOP
If you wish to darn or monogram without embroidery hoop, leave zigzag presser foot in
place, all pressure on presser foot, set stitch length at O, set zigzag stitch width to suit,
and leave feed in sewing position. When darning or monogramming in this manner, the fabric