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How to free motion sew on Necchi 3537

I need to know what settings to use and which foot. Thank you.

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Use the darning foot or the free motion foot, drop or cover your feed dogs and set your width and length to zero. Then test the tension. With these changes, sometimes the tension is off.

Posted on Apr 27, 2014

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SOURCE: Need all Manuals for Necchi 3537 Mechanical Sewing Machine

here's the link; http://www.allynint.com/ or contact on; Allyn International Sewing Machine Importer 1075 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, CO 80204 Phone: 1-800-525-9987 Fax: 303-825-5078 E-Mail: necchi@allynint.com Hope this helps :) If you are not in the USA then please ask again and specify where.

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SOURCE: Attaching fit button-hole foot?

Just pull down on the original metal foot. It will snap off and then you can snap on the button hole foot. Good luck!

Trudy

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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SOURCE: Machine stops after 2-3 stitches

open your bobbin case and un jam it thread wound around the center

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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SOURCE: sewing machine maintenance, walking foot & free-motion foot

Is this a Janome MemoryCraft 9000? (I ask because the models seem to get mixed up in the threads)

If so, you can more than likely find accessories for the MC9000 either on eBay, your local Janome dealer (you can find the closest one to you @ Janome's website using the "Dealer Locator" feature) or even ... SEARS!

Sears contracted Janome to make several of their sewing machines (I think Janome might still be the actual manufacturer, but aren't 100% sure) and so the parts are compatible. You can even use a Kenmore Memory Card with a Janome MC9000.

As for oiling, if it's the MC9000 (much like practically all newer models) they don't need oiling. Though sometimes, you can dab a teeny-tiny amount of oil on the bobbin case if it needs it.

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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SOURCE: Using a walking foot on my Necchi 3537

Hi JoEllen,
The walking foot replaces the normal pressure foot on your machine. There is a screw on the left-hand side of the pressure shaft that holds the ankle (if your Necchi uses snap-on feet) on the shaft. Loosen this screw until the pressure foot (or the pressure foot/ankle combination) comes off. Now slip the walking foot on where the other foot came off and tighten that screw. You're ready to go!

Robbie

Posted on Jun 05, 2010

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