Question about Husqvarna Freesia 425
When set on a straight stitch using the stitch width button will change the needle position. If you have moved it far to one side you can use the mirror image to shift it to one of 25 positions.
Posted on Oct 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When topstitching using straight stitch the needle position can be adjusted in steps. The stitch width button(+), 0 is the center position, width 6 isleft needle position,width6 mirror image(diamond half clear and half black)is right needle position.
hope this helps, it is from the manual.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
I don't know about a Freesia specifically, but I saw my tech. literally rip off the front of my Designer 1 once - took me years to get over the trauma!! I think with most of these modern plastic machines, the various parts of the cover are clipped on. You just need to be brave, take a hold, and go for it. I would be sure to remove any "loose" bits and take a good hard look at which bit fits where first. Try jiggling the part you want to remove to see if there is more "give" in one direction than another. Also be prepared in case you accidentally break the lugs that hold the piece in place.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
SOURCE: settings for stippling
Lower feed dogs. Turn on Needle Down. Presser foot pressure on Darning setting. Don't forget to lower the presser foot lever. That's about it! Since you are going to be the feed dogs, it doesn't really matter if you have a stitch length set or not, but do have width set for "0". The spring loaded darning/embroidery/quilting foot is the best for stippling, but try it with any open toe foot you may have. Do a few samples first using the threads you intend using on your project because the tensions might need tweaking. Try to get the result you like by adjusting only the top thread tension. If you really have to adjust the bobbin too, put a small mark on the bobbin case where the "normal" position of the screw is so you can return to that when you are done quilting.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Freesia 425
The bobbin is probably cracked. They get that way when bobbins are wound in correctly, or to tight. Just break it off and get new bobbins. Just make sure your theading it correctly when winding bobbins.
Posted on May 07, 2011
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