13. TO DROP FEED DOG
The feed dog must be dropped for hoop
embroidery, darning and sewing on buttons.
P " so that one of its
prongs faces the square mark
P ,. down; it will remain
in this position.
To raise feed dog, turn button
P,, so that
one of its prongs faces the opposite mark
The feed dog can be dropped from
by leaving one of the prongs
of button " P
facing alignment mark " S ,,
14. TO REMOVE WORK FROM MACHINE
Bring needle and thread take-up lever to
their highest position and raise presser
Draw fabric away from presser foot and
draw threads, keeping them taut, through
Cut threads and remove fabric.
The ends of both threads will be held by the
thread cutter and the machine will be ready
to perform another seam without requirin&
that the threads be held by the operator
during the first 4 or 5 stitches.
TO CHANGE THE
POSITION OF MULTIPLE
The needle plate can be
fitted in 3 different positions
(Fig. 21) which are used as
for straight and zig-zag
for straight stitch on light fabrics (nylon, silk) with the needle position
1ever (Fig. 1) in left
otch and the presser foot for straight stitch.
for twin needle sewing.
fit needle plate in each one of the 3 positions:
Drop feed dog (see para. 13), bring needle to its highest position and
move slide plate to the left.
Press lever " E
and the needle plate will lift
Turn the needle plate around until the desired position is under needle.
Locating pin " F
will enter the corresponding hole in the plate.
Press central pin " G
The plate will block itself automatically.
NOTE: The needle plate can be removed by pressing lever " E