I would like to enlarge a pattern but the "enlarge"key does not appear after pushing "set". The only time the "enlarge/reduce"key appears is if you are working with the alphabet that is in the internal memory. Does the "enlarge/reduce" function not work when using a memory card?
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fm is a dutch term used in crochet patterns meaning fastmaske
for US pattern means single crochet
for English pattern means double crochet
www,yarnover.net is the site for crochet abbreviations and it appears from other sites, that different countries have different meanings for crochet abbreviations
go google and type in--- meaning of fm in crochet abbreviations-- and there are many informative sites that will help you
Machine designs first designator is the file name. Your machine shows the file number for the design you want. You do still need to "select" that design number shown to actually begin teh file transfer from a thumb drive or cable direct from your computer if your machine has that feature.
Describe in more detail a messy stitch. It may be the cam follower that creates the patterns is not aligned and is contacting two different cams at the same time. The machine then sews both patterns at the same time. The solution may require an expert.
with the lettering mode, there should be a code number you program in for each letter, number and for a space as well.
Stippling is usually done by free motion stitching with a special foot so its not actually a stitch pattern, just a straight stitch that you form into the stippled pattern by moving the item as it is stitched.
had this same problem with a Babyloc machine. The two hex set screws
that hold the feed dog assembly to the drive shaft may have worked
loose. You can confirm this by turning the machine by hand and observing
the movement of the feed dogs. Tighten the hex screws using the correct
size Allen key. You will most certainly need to adjust machine's
timing. When working properly the feed dogs should rotate front to back
in an elliptical pattern, remaining down during the down cycle of the
needles. If the set screws have worked loose you may also have a problem
with the stitch length adjustment cam (located on the
left side of the machine.) This problem will manifest in a machine that
is locked up or slows down during use. When dry the cam will heat up,
expand and seize within its bearing sleeve. To fix this problem you will
need to remove
the small plastic cap (with red arrow) covering the screw securing the
cam. It is usually also necessary to remove the connecting rod/sleeve
that the cam rides in. Once both of these parts have been removed, you
will need to carefully separate them and resurface the inside of the
sleeve. This can be done with a very fine (500grit or higher) emery
paper. Once the cam fits inside the sleeve without binding, reassemble
using sewing machine oil or lithium grease and adjust feed dog timing.
Go to www.brother-usa.com and download your manual, then enlarge the diagram for threading because somehow you are missing a step for threading. You can do this, really, just take a deep breath, change your needle and rethread your machine. I think all will be fine.
First, select straight stitch on your pattern selector. Check your zigzag setting to see that it is on zero.If this doesn't help, push the needle bar to the left and see if it will move. It's possible the assembly is seized and won't move the way it is supposed to. Next, try the widest zigzag stitch. If you only get a straight stitch it is time for a service. sewman7