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Embroidery type
Clamp frame S (optional)
Clamp frame M (optional)
Compact frame (optional)
Magnetic frame (optional)
Advanced cap frame 2 (optional)
Advanced cap frame
Cylinder frame (optional)
Note
• The embroidery frame indicators show all embroidery frame sizes in which the embroidery pattern can
be sewn. Be sure to use an embroidery frame of the most suitable size. If the embroidery frame that is
used is too large, the pattern may be misaligned or the fabric may pucker.
• Due to the weight of the embroidery frame and fabric it is recommended that the optional table be
used, to prevent the frame holder from bending, which may result in the distortion of your design or
machine damage.
Embroidering area
Usage
24 mm (H) × 45 mm (W)
(7/8 inches (H) × 1-3/4 inches (W))
Use when embroidering specialty shaped items that cannot be held
in normal frames, such as shoes and gloves.
100 mm (W) × 100 mm (H)
(4 inches (H) × 4 inches (W))
Use when embroidering specialty shaped items, such as narrow
bags.
70: 41 mm (H) × 70 mm (W)
(1-5/8 inches (H) × 2-3/4 mm (W)))
50: 50 mm (H) × 50 mm (W)
(2 inches (H) × 2 inches (W))
44: 38 mm (H) × 44 mm (W)
(1-1/2 inches (H) × 1-3/4 inches (W))
Vertical: 33 mm (H) × 75 mm (W)
(1-5/16 inches (H) × 2-15/16 inches (W))
Use when embroidering logos or embroidery patterns on small
items.
50 mm (H) × 50 mm (W)
(2 inches (H) × 2 inches (W))
Use to prevent the embroidery frame from leaving traces in the
fabric.
60 mm (H) × 130 mm (W)
(2-3/8 inches (H) × 5-1/8 inches (W))
Use when embroidering caps.
Baseball (golf) caps, tulip hats and bucket hats can be embroidered
with these frames.
These frames cannot be used with hats having a front area of
60 mm (2-3/8 inches) or less, such as sun visors and children's hats.
In addition, these cannot be used with hats that have a brim longer
than 80 mm (3-1/8 inches).
50 mm (H) × 130 mm (W)
(2 inches (H) × 5-1/8 inches (W))
Use when embroidering caps.
Baseball (golf) caps, tulip hats and bucket hats can be embroidered
with these frames.
These frames cannot be used with hats having a front area of
50 mm (2 inches) or less, such as sun visors and children's hats.
In addition, these cannot be used with hats that have a brim longer
than 80 mm (3-1/8 inches).
80 mm (H) × 90 mm (W)
(3 inches (H) × 3-1/2 inches (W))
Use when embroidering tubular and curved fabric, such as shirt
sleeves and turtlenecks.
OTHER BASIC PROCEDURES
Reference
Consult your nearest
authorized Brother dealer.
Consult your nearest
authorized Brother dealer.
Consult your nearest
authorized Brother dealer.
Consult your nearest
authorized Brother dealer.
Consult your nearest
authorized Brother dealer.
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