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How do I adjust the with on the optional cassettes for my cc-330

The machine sets the length, but there is no indication of how to set the width

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I have a Elna air electronic 68, I am not able to use different function. Like thr preprogrammed.


Your AE 68 will have three dials across the front, from L-R, stitch selector, stitch width and stitch length. To sew any stitch with a sidewise needle movement, you will need to turn the stitch selector to that stitch on the selector, then turn the stitch width to between 3 and 4 and the stitch length to a similar setting, adjusting to get the stitch formation you need. To sew with the discs, set all the dials to zero, then insert a cam into the Elnagraph on top of the machine. Then turn the selector to the disc icon, and the stitch length around to the "S" and stitch width to 4.

Don't use reverse if using the elnagraph stitches.

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Singer 7462 buttonholer


try adjusting the size, see if it changes the result and go from there, you might also want to ask other experts, sewing machines are not my speciality.

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What stitch setting do I use for a satin stitch?


Depending upon the machine, whether it is electronic or a manual setting, most settings for satin stitch are shown as a zigzag with Length being the primary changeable setting.
If you want a 1/4 inch stitch, your width should be set for 6mm. on an electronic machine with the Length at or about 0.3 mm.
On a manual machine you will have to adjust the length until you get the effect that you want.
In either case use a scrap of fabric to test your stitches and then record the settings that you like best.

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How do I get the stitch length to be consistent? It changes with speed


consistent stitch length depends primarily on tension settings. there are 2 different tension settings on all machines. 1. upper thread tension. 2. bobbin thread tension. since these work together to create the correct stitch length+width, having either of these adjusted inappropriately can significantly impair stitch quality. "knowing' your machine has a lot to do with knowing how tight or loose the tension should be for BOTH settings. the settings will be different for each type of stitch, for each type of needle used, and for each type of thread used, meaning tensions will need to be re-adjusted after each change. in other words, the setting for a medium-width zig-zag with a size 10 needle using mercerized cotton thread to sew light-weight canvas will be completely different than the settings for a regular straight stitch using a size 8 ball tip needle using polyester thread to sew silky lingerie material.

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Is there a way to do a manual buttonhole on a Bernette 65 since I so not have an automatic buttonhole foot



all sewing machines can make manual buttonholes. when the machine is adjustable stitch length, stitch width and needle position.


stitch length should be short.
stitch width to be set en route between 2 and 5 at the ends.
needle position must also be set on the way

you have to try and make some test before you get it right
good Luck ;)

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Juki LZ 586 industrial zigzag


Most likely medium setting is best to set your machine for adjustment

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I have a euro-pro sewing machine that i got second hand, came with no manual so i dont know whot to set it to basic stich it has all these knobs and i have no idea how to run it normally


Hello

The stitch dial for the length is located all the way on the right side of the machine and is factory set at the setting "3," which is a 3mm or 1/8 inch length. Turn the dial up or down to adjust the length. For example, the setting "4" is 4mm (5/32 inch) and "2" is 2mm (5/64 inch).

The width of the serged seam is dependent on the needle or by adjusting the knob for the width. With the left needle only sewing, the width is set to 7/32 inch, and with the right needle only sewing, it is set to 9/64 inches. Additionally, by pushing in the width adjustment knob behind the front cover, the stitching can be adjusted manually from 1/8 inch to 17/64 inch wide.

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I need to know how to make a button hole, can't find manual.


Hi there, don't know your machine but you can do a plaiin buttonhole manually.
Set machine up for zigzag stitch, needle to left side, mark out the size you need with pins or marker pen. Start at the top and set for widest zigzag with 0 length for the top bar, cannot give sizes as don't know the button you are using, about 6 stitches, set stitch width to just over half the width of top bar and length to approx 0.5. Stitch down to bottom marker and again set up ffor the wide bar, do the same amount of stitches as the top, finish with needle down at the outside edge, turn work so that you will now stitch down the other side to meet the top bar, not forgetting to adjust stitch length and width again.
Hope this helps
Ellie

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Settings


Width is one.

Length depends on the thickness of the fabric; 2.5 is the normal setting, but you may have to adjust to your liking or the age and condition of the machine you are using.

Fold a scrap of the fabric you will be sewing and test the settings, then write the settings down or on the sample for future reference.

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Hole width


After putting on the buttonhole foot, you lower the foot, put in the size button you want into the button hole foot. Lower the button hole lever all the way (so machine does not blip) Then the machine automatically sets the length and width of the button hole...you can adjust the length and width manually by pushing the button on the top right hand part of the machine above the LED screen the top one is stich length the other is stich width....if you put the levers to the left it will be the smallest stich length or width...if to the right it will be the largest stich length or width the machine allows. But, really the machine automatically does this for you...so I don't see the need to do it.....but you can....BBill01

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