Super Automatic Full Zigzag
This is the highest quality super automatic full zigzag sewing machine which has the following superior features. 1. Zigzag width of 7 mm. (0.28 inch) will enhance the beauty of zigzag patterns. 2. Super pattern elongator will give you a good few super pattern variations. 3. Buttonhole device is built-in and a quantity of attatchments will facilitate many practical sewing applications. 4. Free arm is ideal for stitching cuffs and sleeves, decorative bands. and other tubular areas. 5. Chainstitching device will be found useful for many sewing jobs. 6. Rotary shutHle, which is free from thread jamming trouble, will increase sewing speed and offer you quiet sewing.


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NAMES OF PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS ................. 4 24 PATTERN CAM S ..............................................6 TO USE SEW ING GUIDE ....... ..................................... .. 7 PRIMARY PREPARATION FOR SEWING ........................... 8.......8 TO ATTACH EXTENSION PLATE ...............................................8 TO USE SEW LIGHT 9............... TO USE FOOT CONTROL ............. ........................... 9 CORRECT NEEDLE AND THREAD FOR CORRECT CLOTH ... 10 TO SEE IF NEEDLE IS BENT OR BLUNT....... -- ............ -- ...... 10 . TO INSERT NEEDLE ... ............. ............. 11 TO WIND BOBBIN .............................................. 12 * To Adjust Bobbin Winding Device ......................... 13 TO INSERT BOBBIN INTO BOBBIN CASE ....................... ......... 14 TO INSERT BOBBIN CASE INTO MACHINE ............. ...... ...15 TO THREAD NEEDLE ............................................... 16 * Tilting Spool for Prevention of Thread Tangling .... .............. 16 TO DRAW UP LOWER THREAD ...........................-.......-....---. 18 TO SEW STRAIGHT SEAM ..... ......................................... 19 TO START TO SEW ................. ............. ................. 20 TO TURN CORNER ................................... 21 To Adjust Pressure of Presser Bar to Cloth ........... ............... 21 TO FINISH SEAM. ..... .......................................... 22 * To Regulate Thread Tensions ..................... .... ... ...... 23 TO SEW TUBULAR AREAS ............. .................................. 24 APPLICATIONS OF FREE ARM FEATURE ........... ................. 25 TO SEW CHAIN STITCH SEAM.................... ......................... 28 TO INSERT CHAIN LOOPER ...................... ......... 29 TO THREAD FOR CHAINSTITCHING ...................................... 30 * To Regulate Thread Tension .............................................. 30 TO FINISH SEAM ... ... ........ ............... .......... .... ...31 TO LOCK THREAD ............. ............ .............. ........ 31 TO REMOVE SEAM ................. ......................... 32 CORRECTION OF SKIPPED STITCHES ............................ 32 TO CHANGE FROM CHAINSTITCHING TO LOCK STITCHING .................................--........... 32 APPLICATIONS OF CHAINSTITCHING ..... .--- ................. 33 ZIGZAG SEWING ............................................... 34 Thread Tension for Zigzag Sewing ........ ............-.... 35


AUTOMATIC ZIGZAG PATTERN SEWING ............................... 36 SUPER PATTERN ELONGATOR ...... .......................... 37 TO CHANGE PATTERN CAMS ........................... ..... 38 TWIN NEEDLE SEWING ................................ 39 INSERT CAM PATTERNS ......... ....................... 40 PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS ...... .......................... 44 BUTTONHOLE SEWING. ................................ 44 To Adjust Buttonhole Stitches ................................ 46 CLOTH GUIDE ................................ 47 BUTTON SEWING ............................ 48 HEMMING ................................ 50 SEWING ON ZIP ................................ 52 QUILTING. ................................ 53 BLIND STITCH HEMMING ................................ 54 APPLIQUE ................................ 56 BRAID SEWING. ................................ 57 STRETCH MATERIAL SEWING ......... ....................... 58 MATTING or DRAWN STITCHES ................................ 59 FRINGING ............. 60 SCALLOPING .................. 62............. PIN TUCKING ........... ........... ........ 64 SHELL TUCKING .................. 65 SMOCKING ................................ 66 FAGOTING. ........... ,.,.67 INTERFACING .. ........ 6. LACE EDGING ......... 68 EMBROIDERING .................. 69 FILLING STITCH .. ............-. , , ,. 70 MULTIPLE STITCH ZIGZAG SEWING or TRICOT STITCH ... 71 TO KEEP YOUR MACHINE IN THE BEST CONDITION ..... -- ... 72 TO OIL MACHINE.......... ...........----.................... 72 TO CLEAN FEED TEETH .................. ,.,. 74 TO DISMANTLE AND CLEAN SHUTTLE RACE-............ ......... 75 TO ADJUST MOTOR BELT TENSION ............................ ......... 78 UNSATISFACTORY CONDITIONS: CAUSES AND REMEDIES ..... 79


.read cutte srew thumb needl >2 scf clamp screwSUitable . Q tzgfo teeth eed 2. bapOttod I! I press. (thread g uldes - height of feed teeth is selctIed willi this knob. a.I bar ..s.NAMES OF PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS c . wymtra iI cwSial 0.finishing button s_wing erodery darning egto WQ. i-rtE r !.19fs pl. .. he.verage end ZIQC 4 \l tee feed needle plate hole needle liagte(r 1 ..l .caim mptfiment lid pi-~~'" pl.

A-~~~~ atr 4 ton turn in direction setat centre.Itef. turn in .nob l i 0 1 3 5 7 -~ndP4 ~vrlt> * so stitch length at -u- .~ .ttt.~~ tw~.g ~~d. W.d change zigzag wIdth 2i92.direction a 4 ~~01 2 3 4 ad change stitch length 1 P Os40thold thia k..<~e~1l ~ ~tec>ir Positions och ~universal dial needle 4j STRAIGHT TWIN OFF >'t~ straight Stitch twin needle soing ---- buttonhole sewing I *O cam exchange 2.*3*2 S Lid opens.

Also they are useful in miany sewing applications. .24 PATTERN CAMS The 24 ihsert pattern cams will enable you to sew beautiful decorative patterns.


The sewing guide will tell you how to set the machine at a glance. See the desired pattern in the lower square window and set the controls according to the numbers shown in the round windows. Also select the sewing foot according to the diustration shown in the upper square window. 7

Before you begin to sew, learn primary preparation for sewing, i.e., -CORRECT NEEDLE AND TIIREAD FOR CORRECT CLOTIH", TO THREAD NEEDLE", etc.

catch A 1. Turnt down tire extensio<n plhte rupport legs with the left hand t -t 2. Slidc the extlension plate in carefully to the rigit, allowing the cateh A to , ,y,i cringage in thte corresponding hiole in the free arm and thc pin B in the hole at [ihe left crid of the free arm.




pin Bt


Turn down legs.

Case of ~ eacrt PO9


spotsr plate

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Sewight is connected directl v
to the maiin supplY lead of the

machine when the motol plug
is inserted inito the connector.

This results in the light acting as a 55arning when the machille i, coriecteld to the electiricit suppl-.

To change the electric bulb, swing open the face plate, Then the bulb can be unscrewed, \ In the caseof bayonet type bulb, remilove the bulb by slighitly pushing it upward and twisting it antiPclockwise, and then place a new bulb by fitting the pins on the bulb against the slot, pushing upward and twisting it clockwise,




Place the foot control in such a position that your foot rests con>fortably on it. Press the foot control while curning the balance wheel lowards you with your right hand-. You control the speed of Ithe machine with tie foot control lisht pressure gning low speed and harder pressure higiler speed.

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Needles No. No. i Cloth Size of Threads No. 80-100 cotton thread or fine silk thread. No 60-I10 cottok thread or s)il thread. orditiary sdk thread. No. 40-60 cotton thiread or ordinary silk thread.

9 Thin} calico. silk, serge and muslin.

crepe de Ch1ine, hlosiery and grdinay
silk. Ordinary cotton cloth, tliiik silk, thin woollen goods.





No. 14 No. 16

towels and shinintig.


TIick cotton cloth, serge and thin woollen goods.

No. 30-60 cotton thread or ordinary silk tliread.

No. I8 Twini

Ordinary woollen goods trousers, over-coats, thiick calico) anid chiildren's clothkes, Calico,
cloth goods. anid

No 06ctonlradf N.3-0cto hedo ordinary silk thiread.
No. 40-80 cotton thiread or ordinary silk thread.

Needle No. 14
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serge, cottonl

SS 4 ersey tricot and all synthietic scarfed stretch materials.


No. 50-100 nylon thiread, or Not IhrSa sik or cottod,
otton threacl, if


god 1 piality


abtc. to avoid


10 or tat piate lass






or d.... c . hook the needle . akipped Ititches aere •If tse needle break titea. Tuirn the tlat sidle of the nieedle to the hack.. Loosen the needle clamip screw.. ny f.r. and 5. 5. is not. Raise thle needle and the take-up lever both to thecir hiighiest poinit. I. uPper thred breskinq.. not it . 4. 3. 4. 2.1l out to .tti. 3.av reultA cock.. 'lighiten thle needle clamp scewex * if the needi..TO INSERT NEEDLE Iiisert the needle in the order of 1.psce i. ..rrtag to the eh.. slItigrt fml il. dorrtly. 2. a ment 11eedl. hInsert the needlle as highi as it will go until it hits pin.

2. Pull the spindle towards you to the original position in order to connect the stitcling mechanism. rhen cut the free end of the thread. Run the machine until the bobbin winder spindle stops tuming. Then take out the bobbin from the spindle and cut thi thread. hread. This disengages the stitching mechanism automatically. Pass the end of the thread through one of the holes in the bobbin (C). 3. 4. Cut thread. dO r> 12 . Holding the end of the thircad. Pass tIhe thread thirough the thread guides (A) and (B). press the foot control to wind the thread a little.TO WIND BOBBIN 1 Place a spool of thread on the pool pin on thc back of the arm. Then place (tic bobbin on the bobbin winder spiidle with the notch of the bobbin againist the spring of the spindle. sorte bi t l or t Porbl winder Whlt4 runolog Tha machine. Depress the bobbin winder spindle so that the bobbin cngages the bobbin presser.

lower the bobbin winder thread guide Loosen the screw. tighter io rhe screw fhrmly reser Ine 13 . slightly.' ~ screw Loosen the screw. raise the thread guide slightly. After edjpsstrenl A tnread guide.* To Adjust Bobbin Winding Device 0 correctly wound ~~~~S L Loosen Lo-we r.

\'\out. slot 3. Pull the thread under the tenIdelivery eye. the bobbin into the ease when the tliread is 1< slot of the bobbin_cas.) sion spring and thien into the XUf .hbobbin wound. tDras about four inches of thread througi the delivery eye. the bobbin is retained in the bobbin case and will not drop + _ _ _ tension spning - \ latch \ Hold latch open. While the latch is held open.r~~~hread -C---.TO INSERT BOBBIN INTO BOBBIN CASE 1. - 4. Plate nbobbn fs . delivery eye 14 .

. efit. liigliest point.1 he kept ' J-. 6.v she...dl.TO INSERT BOBBIN CASE INTO MACHINE 5. Release the latell ind press the bobbin casc iiito the Aluttle usitil the latell catches oti the eciitre Iiin witli a click. sh. its hlght point." A a a 5. Co. h th. le ha. T1w bcklbio 1-1se ahd the sh U'th' it i.oit ih ".. aho xha hoi. 7.d b. ..til.eakihl. llobblh Cas. a.h`leh 7 8.. u.e th. aild place it on the centre pin willi tile bobbill case ringer in tile noteli at tlyc top of the Slitittic mce -T. M11 dlop cot ard the 'oft. llold tlic. .. 1. sh.e. Ttirri the balance whed towar& you tintil the needle bat i. bobbin caw by the latcli.1..sehrod hef. at it. Open the shuttle cover loeards y(w ope.ttl. th. Unless the bobbi.

TO THREAD NEEDLE (See next page. base 2.) 2 5~~~ Os Pass the thread in the order from 1 to 8. 16 . Tilt the base downward until the pin fits into the lower cut. * & Tilting Spool for Prevention of Thread Tangling +-et------__ It is recommended that the spool pin base is tilted to prevent the thread Iorn tangling. Pull the spool pin base off the machine arm. XI sp0Cl pi.

d h. / . I e W doing. eve of >~~~~~~~~~~~~8 needle Run the thread through left needle bar thread guide. di.spol 2 thread guide 4 thrcd ens on regulator a . pt ake up bentwe 3 threed I hile holding th pool wth the right _________ ~~~~guard.dke p srig 5 hole In the .ketup bl. Drw about sIx inches of thread through the eye of the needle. l I7 17 . Y d f..udiduide / Pull. pmsth. / 9 _ + = = 7 ~~~~~~~~thr7/k / up )g I thread \ 3 thread g h.e. tho th..esd wi authmatiellY Ipss through end under the tension thg.onn ie right and pull It up.

il t. \\upperthreadf pwil S Lower thread be brought up In a loop. thcii the lower thrcad will be brought up from the needle -hole in a loop. Pull the upper thread slowly.TO DRAW UP LOWER THREAD 1 1loid the end of the upper thread with your let hand. Turn the balance wheel towards you slowly until the needle and the take-up lever move down and up 1 a:! 18 18 . then stop upper threadthe balance wheel. PulI both ends of the threads from under the pnvtscr foot and place them away from you. 3. tra 5r. {~~~~~<~ e thmadn 2.d5.

~~~~~~05 1 25 tj t 19 . Set the cam and dials as per the diagram (left). Select deSired stitch length \ w 9.TO SEW STRAIGHT SEAM * Sewing preparation: S l It is so easy to sew straight seams with this highly advanced machine.

1Toon Ct _#needle plate. / / s t lt Tt H \ vi~~~~~~~~o.r> \~~~ t. e o. and push h5ack the lever (A) to its place. 3 Lower the presser toot and start sewing. upper t 1- prsr footrte h 20 .<oa .1_.ttb hs |\\i Lower t. pull the lever (A) to the left.. t o1 \\Pull levere le ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Iot>9 4>bl _s / _ d ~~~~~~~you your right liand slowly with ~~~~~~to allow the needle to penetrate / hread upper tread tile point swing. depress the top of the needle plate with your f-inger thus raise the bottom hialf of the needle plate. First.t:.. Then turn the plate. frorn which to start 2 Turn the bialance wdeei towards lower thr~t low r thrriez Lower needle. adjust the hole (B) in the needle plate to the pin (C).'IertA. Select the needle hole for straight sewing by the folltowing methed.TO START TO SEW r.ia4u4lrb1s i t2 tO < >. .. C Pusb.

Stop sewing with the necdle in the fabric and lift the presicr loot. Ior sewing heavier I I_ _ iI i_ \ i cloth.ouldirig the frbri.TO TURN CORNER I.Icitv In . push it down unrther to give inore * tufticiunt pressure ry cau i 5 o pnssure It lth cloothl Si. release the presTo sure. TuIn the fabric around the needle. presser t oot. /Push down bi. 2. * To Adjust Pressure of Pressr Bar to Cloth fhe pressure of the presser bar to the clotil should be adjusted according to thickness of the cloth. A t 3. 21 . 1. presser 2. pressure to the cloth. push down the regulator ring (A). lower the presser foot and start to sew again. push the topl of the bar (B) lightly to give tie wequired |Psh down ring. I<or sewing very thin cloth.

talseneedle to its highest position thread cutert - - 3. At the end of a seai press the reverse push button to sew a few slitches for reinforcement. Sever the thread with either the thread cutter attached to the presser bar or with a pair of scissors. * reverse sewing 2. /A-Q> <Pressand hold.TO FINISH SEAM L. leaving about 6 inches of thread from the eye of the needle __ I 22 . Stop the machine when the take-up lever ic al its highest point Raise the presrer foot and remove the fabric away from you I j Raise presser to .

If the tensions are not correct. _gthen lowe 2 23 .3 cA Vlo knobl t If the upper thiread tension is too weak Strengthen > 4 or Weake. . tension 0 t It the upper thread tensiorl is too strong: Weaker \\ ppr ter. lower enn uppe. Adjust the telisions by the following method. upper thread i3 correct tnin '- ~~~fabrk lower thread . the result will be inmperfect stitching.* To Regulate Thread Tensions Correct tensions are important for the good appearance of the stitches.

* Sewing preparation: Ditacli the cxtension plate as illust ratd.TO SEW TUBULAR AREAS _r 'rhe free arm feature of this machine is particularly rJ suitable for sewing and darning tubular areas such as sleeves. lower the presser foot and commence secwing. socks. Guile Ihe cloth genily " ibh :our halidI. trousers. 24 . etc. Set the controls in the conventional mann-er i * Sewing procedure: /Inwrt the mubular fabric in theIree arm.

CONTINUED .APPLICATIONS OF FREE ARM FEATURE aXX~~ (~~~~~~~~ a )' U In this section you will find illustrations of ideas where the free armi of 25 your inachine will be an aid to your sewing skill.

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r i hanlooper chain stitch foot hreve Cha.. cotto_ a_d _f Q Si2 ire r8comft i etd_ 28 ..etirtichi. the stitches unravel easily with just a pull on. Cliainstitclling will bth found useful in wide range for suci sewing jobs as basting. embroidery..g b sodel tor tw~l sowwallei ~fl . etc. fastening re1 movable trimming such as collars and cuffs. Because the stitches are formed by only upper thread.- TO SEW CHAIN STITCH SEAM *Sewing preparation: Single-thread chansttching looks like regular staight stitching on top. but is a saries of interlocking loops on the underside of the fabric. !9 use Ns50 oq. the thread end.

0d _mc ~ ~ F llom Ll . tnshuflleshueo cver. . 2. Rais preswer ba. Remiove the bobbin case...........TO INSERT CHAIN LOOPER 1.... ltRaise needie. 7.. ~~ ~ ~ 2 . Open the shuttle cover......

Sew in the sane procedure as the straight stitch sewing. Draw about 10 inchies of thread throuigh the eye of the needle before you comnience sewing.TO THREAD FOR CHAINSTITCHING 2 Thread the needle in the way in the order from I to 9 except open face plate and pass thread from take-tip lever throuigh built-in chainstitch thread guide (6). . stron. tA0W// *To Regulate Thread Tension week tensin. sew the fabric witi it. When you wish to have 30 the interlocking seams on the tip side of the fabric. reverse side ouit. tension corrct tension *Sewing procedurE.

With your finger. Ibld the thread end back over the chain and fasten with hand stitching as illustrated.TO FINISH SEAM 1Sto stitching at desired point. 2. Yass scissors undler the presser P tool so as to dras the loop down. \ / / 'Cut thread and then remove ftahlc Pull out thread. ~---< .aighl back.. g TO LOCK THREAD It you wish to securc this temporary lock. away from you. lever./ Slacken needle thread. Remove the fabric from the machine by pulling it st. pull the ihread forming a loop between the thread tensioil regulator and the take-up. Make sure tlhe take-up lever is in its hliglhcst posi tio. This will cause the thread end to pull throuyglh the fabric to the underside and fornn a Icmporary lock. 31 . 4. Hold the loop and cut the thread close to the end of the stitching. Raisc the presser foot. to the left of the lilot. Tie and lock thread.

If you find any.sp rhre. 4. L m aw>d Io.TO REMOVE SEAM Draw out thread. 1. Replace the chain stitch foot with the regular presser foot. 2. CORRECTION OF SKIPPED STITCHES ed to remove the seam to the skipped point and proceed with sewing from that point.IKE at >0 n r r rVtt tte wi case iprI tttchto AsC'Ct >V?f Cr ar< 32 . 2.t 32 0.. Pick up the freed thread end from the top surface of the fabric with a weam ripper or the like. See the reverse side if there is no skipped stitch. it is recommend- Y ) TO CHANGE FROM CHAINSTITCHING TO LOCK STITCHING I . With this free thread end the endr. line of stitching can be removed by a single pull. 3 Insert the bobbin and bobbin case into the machine.Unthread the chainstitch thread guide. or lock the seam by hand sewing as illustrated. Remove the chain looper.

I I i~~~~.APPLICATIONS OF CHAINSTITCHING . frill. . __ i . etc. braid. fatening removable trlmming such as collan and cuffs 33 . f X~~~~S tri-l seamns *or fitting) lace.

ag wwing is not difficult at all. '-Practice makes perlect.ZIGZAG SEWING * Sewing preparation: Zig. stitcli length and pattern cams. attractive embroidery is createdd. 0 and set the buttonhole knobat "S" 34 . or by usinig super pattem elongator. As you know." By changing zigzag width. _jW2 br iq'an width more than 5 L \* >{ A variety of patterns can be secured by manually changing either the zigzagwidth control or the needle position to create the (lesired pattern while running the machine. use the basic zigzag caili No. In ianual zigzag sewing.

The upper tliread should slightly appear on the reverse side of the material. *Thread Tension for Zigzag Sewing o obtain better zigZag stiwhe.5 1 2 ^i 4 iop Pre the rigit anfd lft liniter thetis side ise and set the rigzag Mvdti. regulator lever at the desired rigzag s'idthi. s 2lecti n1 wdVh 5ozag 35 .selectlon of stitch length 0. the uipper tension stol eslightly wae than in the case of straight sewing.

i_ th lngoth 4. 1 through No 9 ~~~and(and S 11 v~~~~~~~~~ t r Km 36 . Y1 rs ~hstitch for ptsrn cams No. S 3 [ ± S : ~~~~~~~and y 6° < 2 S 4) length betwveen '0. 0 0 | t .foNrPattern cams N.and -0.AUTOMATIC ZIGZAG PATTERN SEWING * Sewing preparation: |2 rO The 24 Cams (and 4 optional extra carns) will enable you to sew beautiful decorative patterns. (S 2. Also they are usefulin manry sewing applications.9through No. 24.3-.

e tht tht to p~qt40 tProugth 41 lot th. t otomi r 'Clomrga cotrt po._tion 37 . 24 (and No. 5-4). 9 through No. as in the diagram. you can obtain lengthened or shortened stitches. S-2 through No. M'o arrow tXhtl. ~~0 t7t ttt.SUPER PATTERN ELONGATOR By tirning the super pattern elongator when sewing with any pattern cam No.n bV to tho.PPr o D etblin Iy H.

TO CHANGE PATTERN CAMS U t. Close the lid. compartment lid down with your finger.1 Retiirn [hr needle position tetector knob. m. . .and the buttonhole knob at -S-. Push the can. -o o U ic oi X'>in 38 4.. . at -1..

TWIN NEEDLE SEWING (Colour(i pattit a twin 0 threado n ~uiu r sw vt sn w ed ntatgco - .' l~~~~~~~~oi X ~~~puckering ~~~~~~~~~~~~fab use of an embroidervhoop will avod the of stretch in twn need]e S-1~ ~ ~ 1 ordinarythread guide 14 Nfe I) ~~~~ .

__ by Elongator 4 8 9 10 Single Needle Twin Needle Variation by- Elongator 40 . Twin Needle Variation + .INSERT CAM PATTERNS 2 3 Single Needle .

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Single Needle Twin Needle J3S1 AJI Variation by 42 .CONTINUED 15 16 7 Single Needle Twin Needle jll4J#. Variation by Elan gate.

ict Stitch to s Appli'ue Si .) 51 2 5354 T. SS3r5e4.. F-Iing Stitch same s . o 1 8 24 43 .nal extras. ca t NO. 2.18 1 ~~19 20 21 2o5250 At - PATTERNS AND APPLICATIONS OF EXTRA CAMS These four pattern ean sae op. . Hem Ecging S.

dense stitch Zigzag width regulator: at 4 width knob < 3 mm w m h fl i. _ selct the bar tack width and hold the zigzag zigzag width knob width lever by the limiter at 7 44 .coarse stitch thin material . © - w In accordance wIth the size of the buton.PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS LBUTTONHOLE SEWING * Sewing preparation. as per the conditions below: zigzag width knob= thick material . Stitch length regularor: This regulator should be set at the mark indicating buttonhole sewing.

I'n CONTINUED 45 . Bring the needle to the left side of the needle hole A and lower the Sew slowly to presser foot. stop the namchine when the needle conies to the point D and rak~e the needle.Sew until the right row is as the s.lmie size as the left one. Sew the hba tack about 5 stithlles. 421> 3. 1. 4.__ Sewing procedure: Set the buttonhole knob in the order shown in the illustrations and then sew. |2. Sw the bar tack about stitches . and stop the machinec whecn the needle comes to the point C.

CONTINUED ~~~--~~n Ž> itSdSst. slit the but tonhole so as not to cait tlie bar tacks~ To Adjut Buttohole St tches A. Raise tile needle frontl the fabric. widthregtilator lever at -0. 46 . wit thle zig.and sews a few stitches to lock theC thread 6. rnak ajut met sflos fu the screw to the righit Trn Tartn the screw to the left. Withi a seamn ripper or a biuttonhlole cu tter.< i»C~*~hCI r> lfro slofth btuttonhole.

adjusting the guide to the desired position. h oles for cloth gulde 2. or to make a wide hem up to 1% inches in a straight and uniform line * Sewing procedure: I Place the guide in the l. (uide the miatchinc with the cdge of thle fabric touchinig thle guide I cloth guide set screw cloth tuide 47 .CLOTH GUIDE The cloth guide is used for stitching close to the edge of the fabric.oles to the riglit of the ncedle plate on the bed of the machine and tighten he tIhumilb screw firmly.

. This method can be used for sewing on hooks. ) X BUTTON SEWING If you have many buttons to sew on... 48 . L Set the zigzag wiuth regulator lever at ''O" Place a button on the fabric with its holes in a horizontal line and hitn the balance wheel slowly tolwards you witli your right hand.(. . Lower the preser foot onto the but ton. niaking sure the needle drops into the left hole of the button... . the following method will save you much time. o holes * Sewing procedure: L :. *Sewing preparation: distance ..

igz* r.R. place a und. 3. while still turning the balance wheel. ejth both the limier knobs of th. and the fabric. . Move the zig.I. ewe h ~ath "tck. Sew five or six stitchies. Ric h needle by turning the balance wheecl towards youi.e drops into the righit hiole of the button.trwatb the centre of the but and roeafter sewing.tttts it Is rootae 0 limi th Io~ flo. Retujrn thec zigzag midthi lever to -O. right hensein bythe sate roedre 49 . See that the needl.and sew three or four stitches. * eraalso Hoos ewn o.e same size. Fix the lever with the zigzag width limiiter.tor *shoulj you wish to keep a laac butter.width beetwn 2. + hen~ 4ewn 5 on ar b&.zai width regulator lever to the right.

HEMMING You can turn and stitch a narrow hein in a single _olcration if you use the hemmer foot. 2. Place the otided edge under the fop 1 at a" i aUlgte and turn Ilir balance w beel u 'ii the Up of tie needle ceitres on Ihe pinl from which _ c / to start selving. * Sewing preparation: * Sewing procedure: I(erease a double i/8 itcih fold for abouit 2 inches alonig the edge of the fabric to bc hemlicmed. presser foot. 80In 50 .

. the fabric irettilly iith lialid so thal it is evenly led ille illoutli of ill. Wliile sewing. 'lloxin posilion a.ito the 5. Inwrt ific folded edge mouth of the foot- i.I 'flien turri the Ltbric around to the w. 4. licitillict hold riglit ilito ti)(ir. Lo -Y 51 . L(ixer [lie foot.

2. Also the zipper foot is useful for making corded seams and has many applications in sewing hems.a SEWING ON ZIP The zipper foot is designed to improve stitches close to a raised edge. To sew the right side of the zip. 52 . bring the foot to the right side of the needle and repeat the same procedure as with the left side. To sew the left side of the zip. sot the zipper foot on the left side of the needle and sew along the edge of the zip. * Sewing preparation: 0 IO * Sewing procedure: zipper fooQt zpper foot wf ~tntX - I iS1 r 1.

1y4 I 11 ' te atahmn 1 t 'UT Iffi. I 2A_ i! hr ra be SeIng pr sotht hoeo ue (A) itnaralel li -For lui .. and tighten the screw the curved hook at a distance from the needle.Y ~~~~~~~~qWet. 53 .f s quilter attaclhment(2= = * Soingu«poeure: I. t.\istncefTon te ata ihtntesrw lns distantlo paalhtel5n Tenadjuschit ito pressam ). the foot. th It.Adjust the poito nelfsin sota thew hole or 3. {>}~~~~~~~~ I~~~~~~~~~~~t oa al. Adj2lus th poiin of te ipressr foot. When sewing.i< e h~. the hook should the pteceding line of stitching. ly Ior short distant parallel lns lines. use qitratcnet( I tenedefllno djut 3. * Sewing preparation: ~~~~~~~l I .'my r knes. use quilter attachment(2). For nedl. shr te cpedhot.jjj(A)ifimy [o u' m oT pivse foof ll us qule attachment (I th centr to thewun 2. h ot n cetr 2. Adjust on the follow W long distn paralle lines. Then adjust it to press fabric and tighten the screw (B) flrmly. stuffed with cotton.QUILTING Quilting attachments are convenient for quilting a mat or the like. n. l i ftllow te p 1.

trousers anid _ ~~~~~~sleeves. hems of curtains. It is used for sewing on the.- BLIND STITCH HEMMING stitehing provides a durable hem finish that is i a most invisible and comparable to hand sewing. * Sewing preparation: _ 2 W1 4 X~~~~~~1 54~~~~~~~~~~~4 .

'- NO *Sewing proeue 77r Feed the fabric along the guide. 2 1/6 ince no.* How to fold the fabric: NO. 55 .

or use Scotch tape the applique into position. Glue. appliqu4 footfoot rpptiqu~ the rquired 2 Place the miaterial under the so that the edge of the applique comes to the centre Ppof the slot in the toot.APPLIQUE Zigzag sewing will give a better and clearer applique stitch * Sewing preparation: *Sewing procedure: I. and wew along the edge: appliquit 56 .

* Sewing preparation: W Adjst the Vou are ttViri(g sttching to co vidth of ti j>Aa ter n. Then sew on the braidi.ttr id * Sewing procedure: 1.BRAID SEWING By sewing on woollen yarn and Frenich embroidery cotton with zigzag stitch using tile braider foot. Insert the braid throuighi the tIhread guttle spring on the braider loot. 57 . braid 3. lay tlhe braid in the slot under the loot. 2. As you lower the foot. slot braider. you will obtain a fancy pattern. foot sprin.

sleeves or any part or garment where there is extra stress or pull on both stretch materials and ordinary materials. the follow$ing stretch stitch will prevent the thread from breaking when the material is stretched. I.STRETCH MATERIAL SEWING When sewing stretch materials like jersey ann tricot..s .. ias#to 4ririqinmo IF 60) slic mwotthioff 'i9f~ .UItiOl<: Wtwl: <0 srnrC.t ¢ .5 Itr. widtit rigzag gg 6 I - II * Sewing procedure:a' * fiItsrret.. This stitch will be specially effective when you need a reinforced stitch such as darts.n'sT tch canlSo tO<IIV . as shown in the right illustra7 t tifll.Fer ll> Iw| .tr. It will also give smooth Finish when you part the under seam.Isiwi1 Trilol stitCh is frmo sigzag Wr width 0 alst. * Sewing preparation: W the z igzag _len width is set ziag dt 14)~3 assiowbrat in th Use right illustra 9 _e Sewing procdue e When the zigZng Wldl IS set at O0" stitches will be tripled. olilf l~ Cr OpoIuti <l:I. 00ri>r'i.

I. 5 j- 2.unoa ~ou abeatnaa<o you In whtuo ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 5 .j loov. thraOf lin co by Ithy. *Sewing preparation: *Sewing proceure.MATTING or DRAWN STITCHES This stitching will give a tassel effect. Sew bolt. Remove soniic threads fromi the fabric. 11thOiywi nOik sIaIiqtoaer a . llvo. sides of the Cross-pIy by the triple straighit stitch.h #ths.

. . 0... such as apron. X. edge of home-miade articles. blouse front.. 60 . and table cloth... .it FRINGING Beautiful fringes for the waist line. are all made hy this method... * Sewing preparation: * Sewing procedure: /1 Scw zigzag stlitches. .. > !1 . .

Tum the fabric inside out Cut the stitches on the back of the fabric with the seam repper and pull out the severed threads. Sew triple stitches on one edge of the zigzag seam. Draw out the upper st . 4.2. f0 or riplc A <lwtn 9 turo IptJe 5 3. Turn the fabric over again and draw out the upper stitches by a thick needle or the back of a seam ripper.

various sizes of dainty edges are obtained. Scalloped edges are used extensively as self trimming on blouses. * Sewing preparation: t~~~~~~~~ :( 62 . dresses.SCAL LOP ING o n in ~~~scalloped With pattern cam No. 9. lingeries and chiildiren's clothes.

* Sewing procedure: - VIaic t op sides of the fabric V together and stitlch scallops. 2. Trim allowanice 3. Trin the allowance to less than 1/8 inchi. / Notch a>. notch the allowance and clip togethier the poinis between the scallops. lurn to the right side. ac. push scallops out and press llat I 63 .

5 1 (forS 1)S Z)gzag wmdth regulator \ lever =1-3 Needle position selector knob Sewing foot buttonhole foot r II TWIN * Sewing procedure: < iii t _______ 1. Scw wcrc the pin tucks arc twin needle rcquircl.PIN TUCKING Neat pin tucks are easily sewn by twin needle sewing. 64 .9) 0. I 2 Alter scw. press tIIe lucks to an one side wilh) iron. * Sewing preparation: / | Zigzag tucks are sewn by using cam No. How to set controls: Stitch length regulator knob -4 (for carp They will add character to blouses and children's clothes. 9 or 5 1.

Shell tucks are useful for dresses and fancy works. 2. * Sewing preparation: 9 g *Sewing procedure: 1.SHELL TUCKING By sewing with pattern cam No. rate the niateral at its left needle -___________________ position. 3. lod the materkd on the bias.# pretty shell tucks are made. Unfold the miaterial and press the tuck. to one side with an iron. 65 . Whien s'~wing ensuie that the necedle does not penet. Place the mna[rial under the p7t~er toot as illustrated.

66 When d 2.SMOCKING Smocking is used on children's and ladies' dresses.| wvdrnse side ofttsbrtc s mokng upper thread Sew straigh lines with a space of' about 318 inch between them. pull out the threads of the straighit slitcha . Sew patteris on the smocking sewing is over. aprons and slip covers * Sewing preparation: I 1A~~SI * Sewing procedure: about 3/8 inch | 6 *ee tension. Draw up the lower thread for desired alount.

fagoting for a decorative effect on ladies' and children's dresses is done as follows. * Sewing preparation: * Sewing procedure: <~~~A Ptaco O PieCe of paper X ' -4'~ ~ glue the two pieces of fabric on a piece of paper. remove the paper. After sewing.FAGOTING As an application of the automatic reverse feed stitches. It is suggested to lightly 67 .

materials meet.INTERFACING _LACE EDGING * Sewing preparation: * Sewing preparation: Pattern cams 10 14. * Sewing procedure: * Sewing procedure: toot N centre 1 ° 9 Lay the folded edge of the material B Where the alonigside the material A. 68 . sew along this line. Against the side of the lace. 19. put the folded edge of the material and sew. 20. Pattern cams 10-24.

. 69 . 2.'£' 1= L~~~~~~~~~~~~ \er presw foot. monogrammings are achieved* Sewing preparation: many designs and . r Stretch the abric in an eniboidery hoop. * Sewing procedure: IDraw your desired design on the fabric with a pencil or tailor's clialk.EMBROIDERING By using embroidery hoop. While moving the hoop slowly with the left hand following the design on the fabric. move the zigzag width regulator Iever with the right hand to change the width.

sex on the line you draw\v with the iiggay widtli regulator at "0".n camn S-4 (optionial extra). Stretch 5-4 (optional extra) and fill the design front the 70 oliter part to the inner part. 2 First. any designs can be filled beautifully * Sewing preparation: optional extra S * Sewing procedure: h.FILLING STITCH By using patter. . 3 Thern inwrt pattern cam No. the fabric in art embroidery hoop.' -> 1 Draw your desired design oTt the fatric with a pencil or tailotrs chalk.op hoop .

oril h 71 . * Sewing preparation: optional extra Soloured acerf44d needle loor * Sewing procediure: < l. ~/ pat .~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~7 0~~~~> nc> ase you Part Ihe ulnderte 5to1i tIl setvirti ret ur mF neda re :: A.MULTIPLE STITCH ZIGZAG SEWING or TRICOT STITCH The multiple stitch iigzag sewing is well suited for mending such as rents and tears and overcasting worn edges. J9 _ 141. this is also ideal for the reinforcement and application of elastic materials.oma pYossible.hnrewir to rr&ol:n thtsetT. t 14.

Oiling is particularly necessary after the machine has been standing idle for some time. it is necessary that all moving parts be covered with a filim of oi.TO KEEP YOUR MACHINE IN THE BEST CONDITION TO OIL MACHINE To ensure easy and free running of the machine. After oiling. oiling points behind the face plate oiling points on the needle plate oiling point esuret ta use sewing eciIntt oil of gOod puaiiTy 72 . oil the machine every 7 to 10 hours. apply fine quality sewing machine oil to the points indicated by the arrows in the figures once a week In constant use. In normal use. run the machine rapidly for a few minutes to allow the oil to penetrate every part.

oiling points under the free arm cover ~' 1-J - _ to_ remove top cover _ oiling points under the top cover 73 .* L to remove free arm cover on.

Remove the needle and tde presser foot.. pressero 2.oro 74 . o!Mtte t. Clean lint and loose threads in the teed teeth with a brush.TO CLEAN FEED TEETH Push hore feh Remove needle. Therefore.ans td t. (See page 20. rhen pull the lever to ~ release and remove the needle plate. needle latr.Žtth8 tef. 3. presser foot and needle. Lint and loose threads ae liable to collect on the feed teeth. i 74c> tato too to 0100. it is necessary that the teeth be cleaned from time to time. 1. t<!. Also clean the reverse side of the feed teeth using cloth. *ot h t ta¢dio5 thr-sin thrtt >tqa tOO?. reset the needle plate.) eo l7 :: oot. After cleaning.hrkttO torot.

Open the outward. rais the needle bar to its highest point and then open the shuttle cover.TO DISMANTLE AND CLEAN SHUTTLE RACE * To dismantle shuttle race: 1.sps CONTINUED . 3. A 2. shuttle mce clasps shunle race cl. First take out the bibbin cas by the latch. Tum the balance wheel towards you.

76 CONTINUED . chunk hooi * To clean shuttle race: 1.CONTINUED 4. Then remove shutile race ring. clean the inside of the race. Clean the inside of the shuttle 7 ihook with a brush. /// While turning the balance wheel 2 \ t towards you. 0 shuttle race ring /~~ 5S Remove the shuttle hook.

the machinetorunheavily. iq * To assemble shuttde race: shuttle driver Assemble the shuttle race in the reverse order. 2 Put the shuttle race ring on the shuttle race body with its small guide pins against the holes in the shuttle race body. Insert the shutUe hook intb the machine with its tip against the red marking on the plastic shuttle driver so that the bosses on the shuttle driver fit into the slots in the shuttle hook. 3. bobbin case finger agalnst ~~~shuttfle notch in race ring With tip of shuttle hook agalnst red mark on driver . Lint and loose threads in the shuttle mey cause noise.3.andthelower thread to break. Hold the shuttle race ring with the shutte race clasps. net olto :e~~to much. 1. 77 . A D. Apply a few drops of oil after cleaning.

regulate the belt tension by the following method. Loosen the belt covey set screw.TO ADJUST MOTOR BELT TENSION When the motor runs idle or you change the motor belt. i nThe bltt tension should not be n7ther too tight nor too oose. bet coveajf Set Screw! pper E7 E belt upper bolt adjusting screw for a ||the 2 When the tension of the upper belt is not conrect.I nn 78 .moving the motor to the right or the -> ~~~~left. it is advisable to apply one or two plastic pulley drops ol sewiny machme oil toS the oiling points indicated by tre atrov. and remove the belt cover. oiling Oln point point plastic pollev 3. once a veas. . loosen the adjusting screw of the plastic large pulley and move the pulley up and down to obtain the suitable tension. When the tension of the lower belt is not corecet. 1. loosen the motor holding screws and adjust the belt tension by .

5. 5. 39 30 23 Replace it.r UNSATISFACTORY CONDITIONS: Condition *The machine does not run smoothly and is noisy: Cause CAUSES AND REMEDIES Remedy (See page) 72-73 Use good oil. The thread is too heavy or light for the needle. 'The lower thread breaks: 1. 3. 2. Replace it. 3. 8. 4. l Tension of upper thread is too strong. 4. The needle clamp screw is loose. replace needle plate if necessary. Dust has collected in the shuttle hook and spring. 22 10 29 14 23 75-77 13 *The needle breaks: The needle is inconectly inserted. 4. l 1. 2. 4. Chainstitch looper is not inserted corectly. The thread is not threaded corectly for chainstitching. eye of the needle is nicked. 1. The The The The tension on upper thread is too tight. The thread is wound unevenly around the bobbin. 3. The upper thread is not threaded correctly. 79 CONTINUED . The lower thread is incorrectly threaded in the bobbin case. File it smooth withi sand paper. Oil of inferior quality is used. 75-77 74 Repair or replace motor. The bobbin case tension is too strong. The fabric is not correctly removed after sewing is over. Loose thread ha collected in the hook mechanism. 5. 16 . l The needle is bent. needle is incorrectly inserted. 6. and 7. Something is wrong with the motor. *The upper 1. thread breaks: 2. The machine is in need of oil. 3. needle is bent or dull. 23 The fabric is not correctly removed after sewing 22 is over. 2. 9. Lint has collected on the feed teeth.

3. * 10 16. Thc thread is not threaded conectly. The needle is incorrectly inserted in the needle bar. The tension of the upper thread is too weak. 10. The needle position selector knob is not set at STRAIGHT in cas of chainstitch sewing. 39. be sure to lock the skipped stitch.CONTINUED 6. The needle position selector knob is not set at TWIN in case of twin needle sewing. 11. Lint has collected on or around the feed teeth. The bobbin case tension spring is either too strong or too weak. 3 The needle is the wrong size for the thread. 8. use of paper lining is recommended. 2. Incorrect presser foot is used for each sewing application. 9. It Replace it. The upper thread is not threaded correctly. 30 32 When a stitch skipps in chainstitching. 7. 4. 2. The stitch length regulator knob or the zigzag width regulator lever is moved while the needle is in fabric. 39 28 29 Use correct presser foot. *Sewn shrinks or puckers: 1. The needle is too heavy for the fabric. 23 23 10 'The fabric is not feeding 1. * When sewing light fabric. 30 10 19 13 *Stitcling fomis 1. The needle is too fine for the cloth sewn. Tnc thread is not the correct size for the needle. loops: 2. The drop feed knob setting is inconect for the fabric sewn. Tnie thread tension is too strong. 5. 10 Raise needle hbahest point when you set the machiine. 3. . 74 4 smoothly: 80 2. 4. *Skipped stitches: 1. 23. 30 16. Chainstitchi looper is not inserted correctly. 39. The thread is wound unevenly around the bobbin. The stitch is too coarse for the material. The needle is bent.

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