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Letters I just got a new Kenmore 19233 machine. Is there only one size for letters and numbers--or how can I make them larger?

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THe 19233 has only one size mongramming built into the machine. It has a 5mm' length and 7mm'' width therefore the complete needle range of this machine is just under 8mm and can not be adjusted

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Make sure the machine is on a solid, level surface. Also, it may not work if you don't have the correct foot on the machine.

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I assume you are referring to the build in letters.
You can't. The L/S key changes the size from its full size to about 2/3 of the full size. That is the extent of their size change. Since these letters are not being formed using the movement of a hoop they can only be big enough to fit in the space allowed by the F foot.

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I bought a large hoop for my machine. But I still


From what I have been able to find out about this model, the embroidery area is limited to 4 x 4.

A larger hoop cannot change the built-in configuration of the machine's computer.

You can use a larger hoop, stitch out what you can and then re-hoop to finish - this is not easy to do.

Measuring the distance between the letters and then centering the last letter to match the previous stitching can be done, but it takes a little practice.

You can make a template using tear away stabilizer.

Stitch out the first 5 letters. Carefully remove the stabilizer - this is going to be a portion of the template.

Hoop another sheet of tear-away and stitch out the last 5 letters (these will partially overlap the first 5 when finished). Remove as in the first step.

Overlap the two templates (tape them together) and this should help you align the letters when you have to re-hoop.

Testing and a bit of practice is how I do it.

There is editing software for splitting designs and if you are interested - check Embird as it seems to be the most reasonable.

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Check you needle size. On my machine the needle threader does not work with the smaller needles, 9/65 and 11/75. The eye of the needle appears to be just short of the hook on the needle threader. I have no problems threading needles in larger sizes.
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This can be ordered by calling Sears Parts Direct 800.366.7278 and give them part number 842801058

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The 19233 hasn't got a presser foot regulator on it. Not all sewing machines do, especially the newer ones, although there is a Kenmore that is more expensive that does. I haven't needed it al all anyway, and am not used to it on any other machine. I used to have this on my Pfaff, but never used it.

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