Question about Vacuums
You use the setting for the zig zag stitch, but set the stitch width to it's lowest setting for straight stitch.To do a basic straight stitch, you put the top dial on the black M and the bottom one on the 0. Stitch length is the dial to the right. To do zig zag you keep the dial on the M and put the bottom dial on 3, 4, or 5. One and two appear to be used when you use a twin needle - something a beginning sewer wouldn't be using. -------If you need to move needle to left side, set zig-zag width to control 5.Always make sure needle is in highest position when operating dials.The dial can be turned right or to left.Set dial at indicating point "a" according to stitch size required.For longer stitch turn to right, for shorter stitch turn dial to left.For normal sewing its between 2 and 3.---------
This should help.Keep updated.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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