User manual BROTHER FS100WT

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[. . . ] Operation Manual Sewing Machine Product Code: 888-E30/E31/E37/E38/V61/V63/V65/V67 KNOWING YOUR SEWING MACHINE SEWING BASICS UTILITY STITCHES APPENDIX Be sure to read this document before using the machine. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Please read these safety instructions before attempting to use the machine. - To reduce the risk of electric shock: DANGER WARNING 1 Always unplug the machine from using, when the electrical outlet immediately after cleaning, when making any user servicing adjustments mentioned in this manual, or if you are leaving the machine unattended. € While the machine is stored or in use if you notice anything unusual, such as an odor, heat, discoloration or deformation, stop using the machine and immediately unplug the power cord. [. . . ] Sew with the edge of the fabric against the 1 Using zigzag foot a b a Needle drop point Attach zigzag foot “J”. C ● After adjusting the stitch width, slowly turn the handwheel toward you (counterclockwise) and check that the needle does not touch the presser foot. A Needle drop point 29 UTILITY STITCHES BASIC STITCHING Straight stitches are used for sewing plain seams. Presser Foot Pattern 80/90 stitches model 60/70 stitches model 100 stitches model 50 stitches model 40 stitches model 30 stitches model Stitch Name 20 stitches model With the straight stitch (left needle position) and the triple stretch stitch, the needle position can be adjusted. Pressing the “+” side of the stitch width adjustment key moves the needle to the right; pressing the “–” side of the stitch width adjustment key moves the needle to the left. Left Straight J 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 Center J 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 a b c d Stitch width Stitch width adjustment key Left needle position Right needle position Triple stretch stitch BLIND HEM STITCHING J 02 02 02 02 02 02 02 Presser Foot Pattern 80/90 stitches model 60/70 stitches model 100 stitches model 50 stitches model 40 stitches model 30 stitches model 09 10 Stitch Name may occur if the foot controller or (start/ stop button) is accidentally pressed and the machine starts sewing. — Be sure to turn off the main power before replacing the presser foot. Otherwise, injuries may occur if the foot controller or (start/ stop button) is accidentally pressed and the machine starts sewing. Stitch numbers f “0”, “-1”, “-2” or “-3” may be displayed on the LCD by pressing “-” side of the stitch width adjustment key, then the needle drop point will be changed to the left. Stitch numbers “0”, “1”, “2” or “3” may be displayed on the LCD by pressing “+” side of the stitch width adjustment key, then the needle drop point will be changed to the right. — When the size of cylindrical pieces is too small to slide onto the arm or the length is too short, the fabric will not feed and desired results may not be achieved. – Changing the needle position 30 20 stitches model 09 ● Be sure to turn off the main power before replacing the presser foot. Otherwise, injuries CAUTION You can use the Blind Hem Stitch to finish the edge of a project, like the hem of a pair of trousers, without the stitch showing. Fold the fabric along the desired edge of the a b c 4 d Wrong side of fabric Right side of fabric Edge of fabric Desired edge of hem f <Thick fabric> g 5 2 <Thick fabric> <Normal fabric> 2 1 1 1 3 2 2 3 <Seen from the side> <Seen from the side> Attach blind hem foot “R”. Remove the flat bed attachment and make free• For details on free-arm sewing, refer to “Stitching cylindrical pieces” (page 28). C (3/16 inch) from the edge of the fabric, and then Use a chalk to mark on the fabric about 5 mm baste it. I make sure that the fabric feeds correctly, and Slide the part that you wish to sew onto the arm, then start sewing. 3 5 6 1 1 1 2 2 a b c d 4 e f Wrong side of fabric Right side of fabric Edge of fabric Desired edge of hem 5 mm (3/16 inch) Basting <Thick fabric> 2 a Arm <Normal fabric> j hem against the guide of the presser foot, and <Seen from the side> d Position the fabric with the edge of the folded then lower the presser foot lever. 3 4 1 1 1 5 6 2 7 a b c d e f g Wrong side of fabric Right side of fabric Edge of fabric Desired edge of hem 5 mm (3/16 inch) Basting Basting point <Thick fabric> <Normal fabric> a Wrong side of fabric b Fold of hem c Guide <Seen from the side> 31 UTILITY STITCHES k catches the fold of the hem. Adjust the stitch width until the needle slightly <Normal fabric> a Needle drop point a Wrong side of fabric b Right side of fabric When you change the needle drop point, raise the needle, and then change the stitch width. Sew with the fold of the hem against the presser Remove the basting stitching and turn the fabric m right side up. A Thick fabric b Normal fabric ■ If the needle catches too much of the hem fold If the needle catches too much of the hem fold, adjust the stitch width so that the needle slightly catches the fold by pressing the “+” side of the stitch width adjustment key. [. . . ] Use the presser foot locking pin (black button on the left side) on zigzag foot “J” to keep the presser foot level while sewing. The presser foot you are using is not appropriate for the type of stitch that you want to sew. page 10 page 35 , 41 page 25 page 19 page 57 , 59 page 50 page 20 page 27 The fabric does not feed. The presser foot you are using is not appropriate for the type of stitch that you want to sew. [. . . ]

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