Darning with embroidery hoop, Preparation – SINGER 413 User Manual

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Darning with Embroidery Hoop

Flexi-Stitch Pattern Dial: 0 (off)

Pattern Selector: Any setting

Needle Position:


Stitch Width:


Stitch Length: In Fine Area

Feed Cover Throat Plate

No Presser Foot

Presser Bar; Lowered

Darning With Embroidery Hoop



Remove presser foot with shank (by re­

moving the screw which fastens the

shank to the presser bar). Attach feed
cover throat plate. Instructions for chang­
ing the throat plate are given on page 7.

1. Trim ragged edges from area to be



Center worn section in embroidery


3. Position work under needle over feed

cover plate and lower presser bar to
engage tension.

4. Hold needle thread loosely with left

hand, turn hand wheel over and draw
bobbin thread up through fabric. Hold
both thread ends and lower needle
into fabric.

5. Outline area to be darned with running

stitches for reinforcement.

6. Stitch across opening, moving hoop

under needle at a slight angle from
lower left to upper right. Keep lines

of stitching closely spaced and even
in length.

7. When opening is filled, cover area with

crosswise lines of stitching.

This method of controlling fabric move­

ment with an embroidery hoop may be
used to do embroidering and mono-