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Page 31: Four-step buttonholing

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Your machine makes buttonholes in four easy steps.

• You never need to move the fabric or

reposition the needle.

• Always make a practice buttonhole on a

sample of your fabric.

• Be sure bobbin contains enough thread.

When making buttonholes on hard-to-

reach areas convert machine bed to free

arm sewing.

Mark buttonhole position on fabric as

indicated in pattern.

When sewing delicate fabrics, place a

piece of paper over the fabric when

positioning the garment. Lower the

presser foot and slip the paper out

from under the foot. This will prevent

the teeth on the underside of the foot
from picking and pulling the fabric.

Recommended Settings

Stitch Selection;

Buttonhole Stitch

Stitch Width:

1 1 ^ ^ -------

Stitch Length;



Buttonhole (L)

Needle Plate:

General Purpose (A)

Step 1

Raise presser foot.

• Place fabric under foot.

• Center a red guideline (1) of foot around

beginning line of buttonhole.

• Select Buttonhole Stitch #1/3.



• Position needle in fabric at point (2).

• Lower the foot and make sure the sliding

portion of the foot is all the way forward.
Make 4 or5 stitches ending at point (3).

• Raise needle.

Step 2

Select Buttonhole Stitch #2. Tj B

• Stitch down to point (4).
• Raise needle.

Step 3

Select Buttonhole Stitch #1/3.0 A/C

• Make four or five stitches, ending at

point (5).

• Raise needle.


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