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We are using the Ibico ibibaby for wire binding for the first time and need instructions please.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are roll pins in the cutters that can shear if too much force is applied when trying to raise the cutters if the cutters are jammed. The easiest way to clear a jam is to remove the waste tray, turn the binder over and use a piece of wood to hit the cutters back. Nothing needs to be taken apart. Once they are no longer jammed and a cutter does not retract when the handle is raised, you have sheared a roll pin. Replacing a roll pin is not that difficult, but you better take some pictures as you start taking things apart so that you remember how everything goes back together...
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
Does anyone have instructions for using the ibico hi tech binding system? I lost the instructions on how to attach the wire or combs to the papers. Thank you for your help
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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Starting binding under presser foot
*Follow the basic instructions to attach the binder to your machine and inserting the binding and when you get to STEP 5 follow these instructions instead.
5. Sewing. Don't sew the beginning of the binding.
Insert the edge of your quilt into the fold and drag the quilt through the fold to where you want to begin attaching the binding, usually away from a corner. Lower the presser foot and start sewing slowly.
This is how the quilt should be feeding into the binding
Trim the binding that did not get stitched at the beginning.
6. Making the Mitre. When you get to the first corner, sew the binding right to the edge of the fabric. Cut the threads. Gently pull the quilt out from under the presser foot and some binding out of the binder, approx 1 1/2′. Create a mitered corner on the front and back of the quilt, using 2 straight pins to hold them in place. Think about the pin placement as you will have to pull them out before you begin sewing. Gently insert the quilt back under the pressor foot and into the binder, while pulling up the slack of the binding at the tape guide end. Lower the presser foot and needle into the fabric. Note: Check the binding is folding properly as it is coming out of the binder, especially underneath.
7. Finishing. Continue sewing and attaching the binding and making your mitered corners. When you almost get to where you began, approx 2′ , stop sewing, cut threads and gently pull quilt and binding out from binder. Cut binding, leaving a 3′ length attached. Remove Quilt Binder from machine. Trim and fold under your raw edges. Insert your quilt back under the presser foot and stitch the remaining binding!
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