Darning, Darning without embroidery hoop, Darning with an embroidery hoop – SINGER 8019 User Manual

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You may choose to darn either with or with­
out an embroidery hoop. When greater con­
trol is needed, an embroidery hoop is usu­
ally best.

Darning Without Embroidery Hoop

• Pattern Group; lllll

. Stitch Width: [T]


Needle Position; i*

• Stitch Length: 1.5

• Zig-Zag Presser Foot

• Zig-Zag Needle Plate




1. If area to be darned is open, baste an un­

derlay in place.

2. Place area to be darned under the presser

foot. Lower the presser foot and start
stitching, alternately drawing the fabric
toward you and gently pulling it away from
you until area is filled with parallel lines of

3. For additional strength, cover area with

crosswise lines of stitching.

Darning With an Embroidery Hoop

• Pattern Group;



• Stitch Width: [T] 111^

• Needle Position: 1»


• Stitch Length; 0

• Presser Foot: None

• Snap-In Feed Cover

1. Trim ragged edges from area to be darned

and center worn area in embroidery hoop
designed for machine use.

2. Carefully position work under needle and

lower presser bar to engage tension.

3. Hold needle thread loosely with left hand,

turn hand wheel toward you, and draw

bobbin thread up through fabric. Hold
both thread ends and lower needle into



Reinforce the area to be darned with

stitching 6mm (1/4") from theedge. Stitch
across opening, moving hoop under nee­
dle at a slight angle from lower left to up­
per right. Keep lines of stitching closely

spaced and even in length.

5. When opening is filled, cover area with

crosswise lines of stitching.


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