Turn on the machine.
A message appears in the screen.
• If [Opening Screen] is set [ON] within the settings
screen, touch screen for the following message to
Be sure that no objects or hands are near the
embroidery unit and press
The carriage moves to its initial position.
The screen for selecting the embroidery pattern type
• Utility stitches cannot be selected when the embroidery
unit is attached.
■ Removing the embroidery unit
Make sure that the machine is completely stopped and
follow the instructions below.
Remove the embroidery frame.
• For details on removing the embroidery frame, refer
to "Removing the embroidery frame" on page 64.
, and then press
The embroidery carriage moves into a position
where it can be stored.
Turn off the machine.
• Always turn off the machine before removing
the embroidery unit.
It may cause malfunctions if removed when
the machine is turned on.
Hold the release button on the bottom left of the
embroidery unit, and slowly pull the embroidery unit
to the left.
Embroidery Attractive Finishes
There are many factors that go into beautiful embroidery.
Using the appropriate stabilizer (page 62) and hooping the
fabric in the frame (page 62) are two important factors
mentioned earlier. Another important point is the
appropriateness of the needle and thread being used. See
the explanation of threads below.
Use embroidery thread intended for use with
this machine. Other embroidery threads may
not yield optimum results.
Use the included bobbin pre-wound with 60
weight embroidery bobbin thread or
recommended 60 weight embroidery bobbin
thread (page 8).