Question about White Sewing Speedylock 1600 Mechanical Sewing Machine
The knob for wider or narrow widths doesn't appear to make any changes in the width
There are 3 things that come to mind for me. I should say that I have a Bernina 1300DC, so your machine may not have the same parts, but check these things. First, are you using 3 threads? If so, is your needle in the narrowest setting, in the right hand hole closest to the body of the serger? Secondly, is your rolled edge lever retracted? This lever is attached to a wide tooth that holds the width of the seam in place. It is under the presser foot, between the loopers, and should retracted so that the stitches are allowed to become narrow. If your machine doesn't have this lever, don't worry, you can also try a third thing. Adjust your cutting width to a narrow setting. There should be a knob that moves the upper cutting knife from right to left-- right being a wider seam, leaving more of the fabric intact, and left making a narrower seam that trims off more of the fabric as you sew.
Hope this helps! Elsje
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
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