Buttonholes – SINGER W610 User Manual
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To establish the correct length buttonhole required add 1/8 inch
to the cutting space for bar tacks. To obtain the length of the
measured by adding the width “A” and thickness “B” of the button
First mark the beginning and end of the buttonhole on the fabric
with a basting line or tailor’s chalk. Make one or two buttonhole
on scrap fabric (following directions below) to be sure the machines
adjustments are correct.
1 . Set decorative stitch dial control at “MANUAL”
Replace presser foot with special purpose buttonhole foot. It
provides maximum visibility and allows closely spaced stitches
to feed evenly (Fig. 31).
Set stitch length knob (14, Fig. 1) as near O as possible with
out stopping the feeding action.
Set buttonhole control lever (10, Fig.
1) at “M”. Set zigzag
stitch width lock at red line (Fig. 34).
Lower needle carefully into the mark on the fabric indicating
the start of the buttonhole. Lower presser foot and sew full