Adjusting selectors for your fabric, Adjusting stitch length – SINGER 413 User Manual

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adjusting selectors for your fabric


The stitch control dial regulates the length
of stitches. The numbers on the dial
express stitch length in stitches per inch;
the higher the number, the shorter the
stitch. Generally, shorter stitches are best
for lightweight fabric; longer ones for

heavy fabric. The FINE area is used for

the adjustment of zig-zag satin stitching.

Stitch Control Dial

Setting the Selector

Turn dial so that the stitch length

desired is positioned under the pointer
symbol on the control panel.

• To shorten the stitch length, turn the

dial clockwise to a higher number.

• To lengthen the stitch, turn the dial

counterclockwise to a lower number.

For reverse stitching, press the stitch

control dial in as far as it will go and hold
in place (the dial can be pushed in while

the machine is sewing). Release pressure
on the dial to return to forward stitching.

{For detailed instructions on adjusting

the stitch length for zig-zag satin stitching,

see page 26.)

Reverse Stitching