Turn-round buttonhole, Corded buttonhole, Turn-round buttonhole corded buttonhole – SINGER W426 User Manual

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[Pattern: M or Manual*- Models 415 and 4263^

Length: Buttonhole

' '

Width: 2—0

Feed Dog: Down-High-Down-High-Down

Pressure: Full,,

Foot: Buttonhole Foot

Stretch Control: M


1. Place material under presser foot to sew the

top or low end of marked buttonhole. Turn

feed dog height control to DOWN, hold

creative embroidery control at its right end

position, take few stitches to bartack the end
of marked buttonhole.


Turn feed dog height to HIGH, release

creative embroidery lever, set stitch width
control at 2, then, sew down the left edge of
marked buttonhole and finish stitching with
needle in fabric at the right side of stitches.
Set. feed dog at DOWN.

3. Lift presser foot and pivot the fabric around,

then lower presser foot and take one stitch to

left turning hand wheel by hand.

4. Pushing creative embroidery control to right,

take few stitches to bartack another end of
marked buttonhole.

5. Up feed dog to HIGH and sew down another

edge of marked buttonhole.

6. Lock thread by stitching a few stitches at 0

width and DOWN feed dog height. Cut center

" ,,open space of buttonhole carefully not to cut

into the stitches, as illustrated previously.



[Pattern: M or Manual-models 415 and 426]

Length: Buttonhole

Width: 2-0

Feed Dog: Down-High-Down-High-Down

Pressure: Full

Foot: Buttonhole Foot

Stretch Control: M


Cording gives a reinforced raised buttonhole. It is
excellent for use on bulky, woven fabric, or knits
in which the stitching often gets buried and

makes cutting difficult. On knits, a corded







stretching out of shape.
Choose a heavy cotton crochet thread or

buttonhole twist to use for the cording. Proceed
as for the turn-around buttonhole having cord
the under the presser foot in such a way that
the zigzag stitch covers the cord.

At the completion of the buttonhole snip the
excess cord close to the bartack on woven

fabrics. For knitted garments, always pull the
cords to the wrong side by using a darning needle
or needle threader, and knot the cord ends
before clipping.


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