Remove the screw of the presser foot completely from
the presser foot shaft.
Set the adapter on the presser foot bar, aligning the flat
side of the adapter opening with the flat side of the
presser bar. Push it up as far as possible, and then
tighten the screw securely with the disc-shaped
Turn the included small screw 2 or 3 times with your
Set the operation lever of the walking foot so that the
needle clamp screw is set in the fork. Position the
shank of the walking foot on the presser foot bar.
1 Operation lever
2 Needle clamp screw
4 Walking foot shank
5 Presser foot bar
CHANGING THE PRESSER FOOT
Lower the presser foot lever. Insert the screw, and
tighten the screw securely with the screwdriver.
• Use the included screwdriver to tighten the
screw securely. If the screw is loose, the
needle may strike the presser foot and cause
• Be sure to rotate the handwheel toward you
(counterclockwise) to check that the needle
does not strike the presser foot. If the needle
strikes the presser foot, injury may result.
Using the Dual Feed Foot
Dual feed foot enables you to have best fabric control
when sewing difficult fabrics that slip easily, such as
quilted fabrics or fabrics that tend to stick to the bottom
of a presser foot, such as vinyl, leather or synthetic
• When sewing with the dual feed foot, sew at
medium to low speeds.
• When selecting stitches to be used with the dual
feed foot, only the stitches that can be used will be
activated on the display.
■ Attaching the Dual Feed Foot
Remove the presser foot. (page 50).
Loosen the screw of the presser foot holder to remove
the presser foot holder.
1 Presser foot holder
2 Presser foot holder