Twin needle sewing, Section 8 – SINGER 6215 User Manual

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Twin needle sewing produces two parallel lines of closely-spaced decorative

stitching. You can sew with either one or two thread colors.

Your machine is not supplied with

the twin needle or spool pin. These

may be obtained from your local

Singer Sewing Center as optional

Stitch Selection: desired stitch

Needle Position:

Stitch Width:

Stitch Length: 2-5

Foot: General Purpose (B)
Needle Plate: General Purpose (A)

• Turn the machine off.

• Insert the twin needle with the flat

side of the shank toward the rear of

the machine.

• Thread the machine as you nor­

mally would for single needle stitch­
ing, except pass the thread

between the center and the back
tension discs


and through the

left eye of the twin needle.

• Insert a second spool pin into the

hole on the top cover of the
machine, as illustrated.

• Thread the-machine in the usual

way, except pass the thread from

the second spool between the cen­
ter and the front tension discs


as shown.

• Pass the thread through the remain­

ing points, making certain to omit

the thread guide just above the nee­
dle and pass thread through right

eye of needle.

• Draw both threads under the foot

and back along with the bobbin

• Slowly lower the needle Into the

hole In the needle plate by turning

the hand wheel toward you to make

sure the needle clears the plate.

• Make sure not to use a stitch width

greater than what is recommended
when twin needle stitching.