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Quilting seam allowance

I have misplaced the manual for my Viking Rose sewing machine and don't remember how to set a 5/8" seam allowance. My machine has only pictogram icons and can't remember which set seam allowance. Please help! THANK YOU!

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When you turn your machine on it automatically sets up for a straight stitch with the needle centered. Just guide the right edge of your fabric along the line marked 15 on the throat plate and you'll have very close to a 5/8" seam. If you need more precision you can adjust your needle position to the left or the right by using the stitch width and mirror setting buttons.

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