Question about Euro-Pro Shark 9110 Sewing Machine
The main thing to know if it is a low shank or high shank machine. More than likely it is a low shank, so it will be easy to get a darning presser foot. Your machine will either be one that the feed dogs drop down or you will have a plate to cover the feed dogs because the feed dogs are not used for darning. Now the next thing, get an embroidery hoop to hold the article that you are going to darn, also some stabilizer material (tear away is great or use gift tissue paper) and you free style sew the holes. I think that you should look at your book to confirm what model you have. Amazon sells a darning foot for $12.99 or maybe a local shop can sell you a universal one that fits Singer etc. Try a JoAnn Fabrics and take your machine with you to be sure that it fits, if Sears is closer try them.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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Remove yourcurrent presser foot from your sewing machine, and attach the darning foot asyou would any foot. Darning feet look different, depending on the manufacturer,but most will maintain a "C" or "O" shape using eithermetal or clear plastic at their bases.
Drop the feed dogs, or use a cover plate on your machine if feeddogs are not available. If this is not possible, adjust the stitch length ofyour machine to zero or as low as your machine will allow.
Slide your fabric or quilt sandwich into place below the darningfoot. Lower the lever of the darning foot, and hold onto the upper thread withone hand.
Take one complete stitch, and pull up the upper thread to bringthe bobbin thread to the surface. Take multiple stitches in the same place tosecure the threads.
Run the machine as you free-motion sew or quilt your fabric piece,using your fingers to move the fabric instead of the feed dogs, until yourstitching is complete. Replace the darning foot with your preferred presserfoot when finished.
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