Manual embroidery designs, Freehand monogramming – SINGER W510 User Manual
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Feed Dog; Up
Needle Position: M, L or R
MANUAL EMBROIDERY DESIGNS
Different designs can be made by turning the
stitch width dial between 0 and 5. By run
ning the machine at a constant speed and
turning the dial in a definite rhythm, various
designs can be created. (Fig. 73)
Feed Dog; Down
Foot: Embroidery or None
Needle Position; M, L or R
For giving garments and linens a personaliz
ed touch, first transfer the design to the
right side of the fabric. An embroidery
hoop is recommended especially for soft
fabrics and toweling. (Fig. 74)
In order to monogram, you must move the
fabric slowly and run the machine rapidly.
Monogramming is like writing by moving the
paper under a stationary pen. Guide the
fabric slowly so that the zigzag falls close
together like a satin stitch, but be careful
that the stitches do not pile up. When guid
ing from side to side, move fabric slightly
faster to avoid a heavy area.
Practice by forming loops. Once this is
accomplished any letter is easy.
Sometimes the use of paper or non-woven
interfacing under the fabric may make
guiding the fabric easier. The paper or
interfacing may be tom or cut away at the
completion of the monogram. When mono
gramming towels, cellophane placed on the
top will help cover loops and make the
remaining cellophane when finished.