• While the machine is in operation, pay special
attention to the needle location. In addition,
keep your hands away from all moving parts
such as the needle and handwheel, otherwise
injuries may occur.
• Do not pull or push the fabric too hard while
sewing, otherwise injuries may occur or the
needle may break.
• Never use bent needles. Bent needles can
easily break, possibly resulting in injuries.
• Make sure that the needle does not strike
basting pins, otherwise the needle may break
1 Utility stitches (page 35)
You can select from utility stitches, including straight line
stitching, overcasting, buttonhole and basic decorative
2 Decorative stitches
3 Decorative satin stitches
4 Satin stitches
5 Cross stitch stitches
6 Utility decorative stitches
7 Character stitches
8 MY CUSTOM STITCH (page 57)
You can design original stitches.
9 MY CUSTOM STITCH stored in the machine's memory
or USB flash drive (page 58)
0 Stitch patterns stored in the machine's memory (page
A Stitch patterns stored in USB flash drive (page 56)
• First, perform a trial sewing, using a piece of fabric and
thread that are the same as those used for your project.
Prepare the appropriate needle and thread for the type
of fabric. (page 21)
If necessary, replace the needle. (page 22)
Wind thread onto a bobbin, and then install it into the
machine. (page 13)
Thread the upper thread. (page 17)
on the operation panel and select the stitch
Select a stitch.
displays the previous screen, and
• For details on the key functions, refer to "Viewing the
LCD" on page 10.
• If necessary, change to the desired stitch width or
stitch length. (page 29)
Check which presser foot is indicated in the upper-left
corner of the screen, and then attach it.
Attach zigzag foot "J" in this procedure. (It is on the
machine when purchased.)
• For details on changing the presser foot, refer to
"Replacing the Presser Foot" on page 23.
• Always use the correct presser foot. If the
wrong presser foot is used, the needle may
strike the presser foot and bend or break,
possibly resulting in injury.
Refer to "Stitch Chart" on page 35 for presser