BY SINGER The Main Parts of your Machine A Job for Everything How to Wind the Bobbin * A Trademark of THE SINGER COMPANY How to Replace the Bobbin Copyright (c) 1973 The Singer Company How to thread the Needle...
How to replace machine cover 1. Remove the hand crank. 2. Carefully put the cover over the machine with the SINGER label in front. 3. Push down a little until the tabs snap in place. The Table Clamp The table clamp helps to hold the machine in place.
Junior Miss A Job For Everything See how fast you can learn what every part does. 1. SPOOL PIN holds the spool of thread. 2. SPOOL PIN THREAD GUIDE guides thread from the spool. 3. TAKE-UP LEVER pulls the thread from the spool to the needle. 4.
Junior Miss How to wind the Bobbin 1. Attach hand crank to hand wheel and turn crank in direction of arrow, until needle is 2. Open slide plate and lift bobbin case out of up as far as it will go. holder.
Junior Miss 6. Hold thread end. Turn hand crank in direc- 7. Cut off the extra thread hanging from hole tion of arrows to wind thread onto bobbin. in bobbin rim. Be sure you remove the Wind only a few coils of thread. hand crank if you turn on the power switch.
Junior Miss How to replace the Bobbin Put bobbin case with thread hanging as shown above. Hold finger against end of bobbin to keep it from turning. Pull end of thread down into slot of bobbin case and up under tension spring.
Junior Miss How to thread the Needle The numbers on your machine show you each step you must follow. 1. Turn hand wheel until needle is as high as it will go. 2. Lower the presser foot. Put a spool of thread on the spool pin. 3.
Junior Miss How to change the Needle When your needle becomes blunt or bent, change it right away. Use only a Style No. 2020 (15 x 1) needle, size 14. 1. Be sure the On-OFF Power Switch is in the OFF position. 2.
Junior Miss The Tension Dial How to adjust tension If your stitching looks like this, make it tighter by turning the tension dial to the right. If your stitching looks like this, make it looser by turning the tension dial to the left. When your stitching looks like this, the ten- sion is just right.
Junior Miss How to sew a seam A seam is made by stitching two fabric edges together. It must be started, stitched and ended just so to be perfect. Practice each step until you can sew a perfect seam. 1. Raise the presser foot. 4.
Junior Miss How to place your fabric 1. Place layers of fabric under the presser foot so that the starting edges are under the needle. 2. Line up the edge of your fabric with one of the guide lines beside the presser foot. 3.
Junior Miss The Adapter The electrical adapter, which can be bought at your local Singer Center, con- verts your machine from battery or hand power to regular household electric power. Follow these few simple steps: 1. Make sure the ON-OFF switch is OFF.
Junior Miss How to make an apron Choose a pretty linen or linen-like fabric, and 2 yards of matching or contrasting grosgrain ribbon 2 inches wide. 1. Cut the linen 18 inches long and 16 inches wide. 2. Stitch around 3 sides, 1 inch from each edge. Use the illustration as a guide. The -- - -- lines show you where to stitch.
Junior Miss Apron for Grandmother Choose a pretty linen or linen-like fabric, either printed or solid color. Choose 2 yards of matching or contrasting grosgrain ribbon 2 inches wide. 1. Cut a piece of linen 18 inches long and 16 inches wide.
Junior Miss Nightie for Carolyn Choose a pretty cotton, either printed or solid color. Choose matching or contrast- ing grosgrain ribbon or lace. 1. Measure your doll from her shoulders to her feet. Cut material the same length. 2. Cut width of material to fit around your doll plus 2 inches.
Junior Miss Scarf for Barbara Choose a pretty linen, either printed or solid color. Choose matching or con- trasting grosgrain ribbon 2 inches wide. 1. Fold a square of material to form a trian- gle. 2. Cut on the fold line. Set one triangle aside.
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