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Brother 882-S90/S91 Operation Manual

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  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    16. This sewing machine is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision. 17. Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with this machine.

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    FOR USERS IN THE UK, EIRE, MALTA If this machine is fitted with a three-pin non-rewireable BS plug then please read the following. IMPORTANT If the available socket outlet is not suitable for the plug supplied with this equipment, it should be cut off and an appropriate three-pin plug fitted.

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    • The enclosed interface cable should be used in order to ensure compliance with the limits for a Class B digital device. • Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Brother Industries, Ltd. could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

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    If the problem persists, please consult your local authorized Brother dealer. For additional product information and updates, visit our web site at www.brother.com The contents of this manual and specifications of this product are subject to change without notice.

  • Page 7: What You Can Do With This Machine

    WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH THIS MACHINE SPECIAL FEATURES Check operations and view advice on the large LCD (liquid crystal display). Prepare the bobbin thread with one touch. The automatic thread tension makes trial sewing unnecessary. Automatic threading makes threading quick and easy. Getting Ready To learn the operation of the principal parts and the screens...

  • Page 8: How To Use This Manual

    Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 explain your sewing machine’s basic operation procedures for someone who is using the sewing machine for the first time. If you want to sew utility stitches or character/ decorative stitches, read Chapter 1 and Chapter 2, then go on to Chapter 3 (Utility Stitches) or Chapter 4 (Character/ Decorative Stitches).

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Contents CONTENTS IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...i WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH THIS MACHINE ...vi HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL ...vii NAMES OF MACHINE PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS ...1 Machine ... 1 Needle and Presser Foot Section ... 2 Embroidery Unit ... 2 Operation Buttons...

  • Page 10: Adjustments During The Embroidery

    Hooping the Fabric in the Embroidery Frame ...139 Embroidering Small Fabrics or Fabric Edges ...141 ATTACHING THE EMBROIDERY FRAME...143 CONFIRMING THE PATTERN POSITION ...144 Checking the Pattern Position ...144 Previewing the Completed Pattern ...145 SEWING AN EMBROIDERY PATTERN ...146 Sewing Attractive Finishes ...146 Sewing Embroidery Patterns ...147 Sewing Embroidery Patterns Which Use Appliqué...

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    Contents...

  • Page 12: Names Of Machine Parts And Their Functions

    NAMES OF MACHINE PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS The names of the various parts of the sewing machine and their functions are described below. Before using the sewing machine, carefully read these descriptions to learn the names of the machine parts.

  • Page 13: Needle And Presser Foot Section

    NAMES OF MACHINE PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS Needle and Presser Foot Section a Presser foot holder The presser foot is attached onto the presser foot holder. b Presser foot The presser foot applies pressure consistently on the fabric as sewing takes place. Attach the appropriate presser foot for the selected stitch.

  • Page 14: Operation Buttons

    Operation Buttons a “Start/Stop” button Press this button and the machine will sew a few stitches at a slow speed and then begin sewing at the speed set by the sewing speed controller. Press the button again to stop the machine.

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    NAMES OF MACHINE PARTS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS → Included Accessories 75/11 2 needles 90/14 2 needles 90/14 2 needles: Ball point needle (gold colored)

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    Part Name U.S.A./ Canada Buttonhole foot “A” Embroidery foot “W” 3 Overcasting foot “G” 4 Monogramming foot “N” Zipper foot “I” Zigzag foot “J” (on machine) 7 Blind stitch foot “R” Button fitting foot “M” Walking foot SA140 10 Side cutter foot SA177 11 Free-motion quilting foot SA129...

  • Page 17: Options

    XC7097-001 SA369 XC7274-001 SA370 XC7550-001 Memo • You can use any of the brother embroidery cards listed above with your machine. • Please be aware that some specifications may change without notice. Note • Embroidery cards purchased in foreign countries may not work with your machine.

  • Page 18: Chapter 1 Getting Ready

    Chapter Getting Ready TURNING THE MACHINE ON/OFF...8 LCD SCREEN...9 ■ Key Functions ...10 Using the Machine Setting Mode Key...12 ■ Adjusting Screen Brightness ...15 ■ Choosing the Display Language...16 Using the Machine Operation Mode Key ...17 Using the Pattern Explanation Key ...18 LOWER THREADING ...19 Winding the Bobbin ...19 ■...

  • Page 19: Turning The Machine On/off

    TURNING THE MACHINE ON/OFF TURNING THE MACHINE ON/OFF • Use only regular household electricity as the power source. Using other power sources may result in fire, electric shock, or damage to the machine. • Turn the main power to OFF and remove the plug in the following circumstances: When you are away from the machine After using the machine When the power fails during use...

  • Page 20: Lcd Screen

    LCD SCREEN When switching on the machine, the screen will display the name of the machine. Touch the screen to display the utility stitch. Either “1-01 Straight stitch (Left)” or “1-03 Straight stitch (Middle)” is selected, depending on the setting selected in the setting screen (See page 12). Press a key with your finger to select the stitch pattern, to select a machine function, or to select an operation indicated on the key.

  • Page 21: Key Functions

    LCD SCREEN ■ Key Functions Display Key Name Utility stitch key Character/Decorative stitch key Embroidery key Embroidery edit key Sewing type selection Pattern explanation Automatic reinforcement stitch Automatic thread cutting key Explanation Press this key to select a straight stitch, zigzag stitch, buttonhole, blind hem stitch, or other stitches commonly used in garment construction.

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    Display Key Name Stitch selection display Screen lock key Image key Mirror image key Needle mode selection key (single/ double) Reset key Retrieve key Manual memory key Stitch width and stitch length key Thread tension key Machine setting mode Machine operation mode key Presser foot/Needle exchange key...

  • Page 23: Using The Machine Setting Mode Key

    LCD SCREEN Using the Machine Setting Mode Key Press to change the default machine settings (needle stop position, embroidery speed, opening display, etc.) Press Memo • This function will be available in future technology upgrades. • Press Sewing settings a Select whether to use the sewing speed controller to determine the zigzag width (see page 70). b Make adjustments to character or decorative stitch patterns (see page 103).

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    The “NO.” is the number for the embroidery and sewing machine. j Display the program version. Memo The latest version of software is installed in your machine. Check with your local authorized Brother dealer or at www.brother.com for notification of available updates (see page 224). LCD SCREEN...

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    LCD SCREEN Embroidery settings a Select from among 10 embroidery frame displays (see page 158). b Change the thread color display on the embroidery screen; thread number, color name or each time to embroider (see page 156). c When the thread number #123 is selected, select among six thread brands (see page 156). d Adjust the maximum embroidery speed setting (see page 156).

  • Page 26: Adjusting Screen Brightness

    ■ Adjusting Screen Brightness Note • All or part of the screen may sometimes become darker or lighter because of changes in the air temperature or other changes in the environment around the screen. This is normal and is not a sign of malfunction.

  • Page 27: Choosing The Display Language

    LCD SCREEN ■ Choosing the Display Language Press → The Sewing settings screen appears. Press → The General settings screen appears. to choose the display language. Choose from the following languages: [ENGLISH], [GERMAN], [FRENCH], [ITALIAN], [DUTCH], [SPANISH], [DANISH], [FINNISH], [SWEDISH], [PORTUGEUSE], [RUSSIAN], [NORWEGIAN] or [JAPANESE].

  • Page 28: Using The Machine Operation Mode Key

    Using the Machine Operation Mode Key Press to open the screen shown below. Six categories are displayed at the top of the screen. Press a key to see more information about that category. displays information about the main parts of the machine and their functions.

  • Page 29: Using The Pattern Explanation Key

    LCD SCREEN Example: Displaying information about upper threading Press Press → The lower half of the screen will change. Press (upper threading). → The screen shows instructions for threading the machine. Read the instructions. Press to see a video of the displayed instructions.

  • Page 30: Lower Threading

    CAUTION • The enclosed bobbin was designed specifically for this sewing machine. If bobbins from other models are used, the machine will not operate correctly. Use only the enclosed bobbin or bobbins of the same type (part code: SA156, (XA5539-151)).

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    LOWER THREADING CAUTION • If the thread spool and/or spool cap are set incorrectly, the thread may tangle on the spool pin and cause the needle to break. • Use the spool cap (large, medium, or small) that is closest in size to the thread spool. If a spool cap smaller than the thread spool is used, the thread may become caught in the slit on the end of the spool and cause the needle...

  • Page 32: Using The Spool Pin

    Set the bobbin holder to the left, until it clicks into place. a Bobbin holder (switch) Memo When the bobbin holder is set to the left, it works as a switch to make the bobbin wind automatically. → The bobbin starts winding automatically and stops rotating when it is done winding.

  • Page 33: Setting The Bobbin

    LOWER THREADING Push the spool cap onto the spool pin as far as possible, then return the spool pin to its original position. Holding the thread with your hands, slide the thread into the grooves on the thread guide plate. a Thread guide plate Pass the thread through the thread guide.

  • Page 34: Pulling Up The Bobbin Thread

    Set the bobbin in the bobbin case so that the thread unwinds to the left. Hold the bobbin lightly with your right hand, and then guide the thread with your left hand. Pass the thread through the guide, and then pull the thread out towards the front.

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    LOWER THREADING Press the “Needle Position” button to raise the needle. Gently pull the upper thread, and a loop of the bobbin thread will come out of the hole in the needle plate. Pull up the bobbin thread, then pass it under the presser foot and pull it about 100 mm (approx.

  • Page 36: Upper Threading

    Memo • The automatic threading function can be used with sewing machine needles 75/11 through 100/16. • Thread such as transparent nylon monofila- ment thread and thread with a thickness of 130/20 or thicker cannot be used with the automatic threading function.

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    UPPER THREADING Memo When sewing with fine, cross-wound thread, use the small spool cap, and leave a small space between the cap and the thread spool. a Spool cap (small) b Thread spool (cross-wound thread) c Space Holding the thread with your hands, slide the thread into the grooves on the thread guide plate.

  • Page 38: Threading Manually

    Note When the “Automatic Threading” button is pressed, the presser foot will be automatically lowered. If you are using an incorrect needle and thread combination, the hook may sometimes get caught in the needle. If this happens, remove the hook from the needle as described below. CAUTION •...

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    UPPER THREADING Push the spool cap onto the spool pin as far as possible, then return the spool pin to its original position. CAUTION • If the thread spool and/or spool cap are set incorrectly, the thread may tangle on the spool pin and cause the needle to break.

  • Page 40: Using The Twin Needle Mode

    Lower the presser foot lever. Holding the thread with both hands, pass the thread through both the upper and lower needle bar thread guides. a Needle bar thread guide (upper) b Needle bar thread guide (lower) Pass the thread through the eye of the needle from front to back.

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    UPPER THREADING Pass the thread through the needle bar thread guides on the needle bar, then thread the needle on the left side. a Needle bar thread guides Note • The “Automatic Threading” button cannot be used. Manually thread the twin needle from front to back.

  • Page 42: Using Threads That Unwind Quickly

    • If using metallic thread, we recommend that you use a 90/14 home sewing machine nee- dle. • This method keeps the thread from twisting as it comes off the spool pin.

  • Page 43: Changing The Presser Foot

    CHANGING THE PRESSER FOOT CHANGING THE PRESSER FOOT • Always press “Start/Stop” button or another button is pressed, the machine will start and may cause injury. • Always use the correct presser foot for the selected stitch pattern. If the wrong presser foot is used, the needle may strike the presser foot and bend or break, and may cause injury.

  • Page 44: Attaching The Walking Foot

    Attaching the Walking Foot The walking foot holds the fabric between the presser foot and the feed dogs to feed the fabric. This enables you to have better fabric control when sewing difficult fabrics (such as quilting or velvet) or fabrics that slip easily (such as vinyl cloth, leather, or synthetic leather).

  • Page 45: Changing The Needle

    Stop button or another operation button is pressed accidentally, the machine will start and injury may result. • Use only sewing machine needles made for home use. Other needles may bend or break and may cause injury. • Never sew with a bent needle. A bent needle will easily break and may cause injury.

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    With the flat side of the needle facing the back, insert the new needle all the way to the top of the needle stopper (viewing window) in the needle clamp. Use a screwdriver to securely tighten the needle clamp screw. a Needle stopper b Hole for setting the needle c Flat side of needle...

  • Page 47: About The Needle

    ■ About the Needle The sewing machine needle is probably the most important part of the sewing machine. Choosing the proper needle for your sewing project will result in a beautiful finish and fewer problems. Below are some things to keep in mind about needles.

  • Page 48: Chapter 2 Sewing Basics

    Chapter Sewing Basics SEWING ...38 Sewing a Stitch...38 ■ Using the Foot Controller...39 Sewing Reinforcement Stitches ...40 Sewing Curves ...40 Changing Sewing Direction ...40 Sewing Heavyweight Fabrics...41 ■ If the Fabric does not Fit under the Presser Foot ...41 ■ If the Fabric does not Feed at the Beginning of Stitching...41 Sewing Lightweight Fabrics ...41 STITCH SETTINGS ...42 Setting the Stitch Width ...42...

  • Page 49: Sewing

    SEWING SEWING • To avoid injury, pay special attention to the needle while the machine is in operation. Keep your hands away from moving parts while the machine is in operation. • Do not stretch or pull the fabric during sewing. Doing so may lead to injury. •...

  • Page 50: Using The Foot Controller

    Press the “Start/Stop” button to start sewing. Guide the fabric lightly by hand. Press the “Start/Stop” button again to stop sewing. Press the “Thread Cutter” button to trim the threads. → The needle will return to the up position automatically. CAUTION •...

  • Page 51: Sewing Reinforcement Stitches

    SEWING Slowly depress the foot controller to start sewing. Memo The speed set using the sewing speed con- troller is the foot controller’s maximum sewing speed. Release the foot controller to stop the machine. Memo (For U.S.A. only) Foot controller: Model S This foot controller can be used with model Innov-ís 4000D/NV4000D Sewing Reinforcement Stitches...

  • Page 52: Sewing Heavyweight Fabrics

    Sewing Heavyweight Fabrics The sewing machine can sew fabrics up to 6 mm (approx. 1/4 inch) thick. If the thickness of a seam causes sewing to occur at an angle, help guide the fabric by hand and sew on the downward slope.

  • Page 53: Stitch Settings

    STITCH SETTINGS STITCH SETTINGS When you select a stitch, your machine automatically selects the appropriate stitch width, stitch length, and upper thread tension. However, if needed, you can change any of the individual settings. Note • Settings for some stitches cannot be changed (refer to the “STITCH SETTING CHART” at the end of this manual).

  • Page 54: Setting The Thread Tension

    Press to lengthen the stitch length. → The value in the display gets bigger. Memo • Using the Image Key, you can check changes made to the stitch. • Press to return the stitch length to the original setting. CAUTION If the stitches get bunched together, lengthen the stitch length and continue sewing.

  • Page 55: Useful Functions

    USEFUL FUNCTIONS USEFUL FUNCTIONS Automatic Reinforcement Stitching After selecting a stitch pattern, turn on the automatic reinforcement stitching function before sewing, and the machine will automatically sew reinforcement stitches (or reverse stitches, depending on the stitch pattern) at the beginning and end of sewing.

  • Page 56: Automatic Thread Cutting

    Automatic Thread Cutting After selecting a stitch pattern, turn on the automatic thread cutting function before sewing, and the machine will automatically sew reinforcement stitches (or reverse stitches, depending on the stitch pattern) at the beginning and end of sewing, and trim the threads at the end of sewing.

  • Page 57: Locking The Screen

    USEFUL FUNCTIONS ■ Using the Knee Lifter Using the knee lifter, you can raise and lower the presser foot with your knee, leaving both hands free to handle the fabric. Align the tabs on the knee lifter with the notches in the jack, and then insert the knee lifter as far as possible.

  • Page 58: Chapter 3 Utility Stitches

    SELECTING UTILITY STITCHES ...48 Selecting a Stitch ... 48 ■ Stitch Selection Screens... 48 ■ Using the Mirror Image Key ... 49 ■ Using the Image Key... 49 Saving Your Stitch Settings ... 50 ■ Saving Settings... 50 ■ Retrieving Saved Settings... 51 Using the Sewing Type Selection Key ...

  • Page 59: Selecting Utility Stitches

    SELECTING UTILITY STITCHES SELECTING UTILITY STITCHES Selecting a Stitch ■ Stitch Selection Screens There are 5 categories of Utility Stitches. for that category. Straight/Overcasting/Quilting Stitches Heirloom Stitches indicates that there is more than one stitch selection screen Buttonholes/Bar tacks Decorative Stitches Multi-directional Sewing...

  • Page 60: Using The Mirror Image Key

    Turn the main power to ON. → Either “1-01 Straight stitch (Left)” or “1-03 Straight stitch (Middle)” is selected, depending on the setting selected in the setting screen. to select the category you want. Press to view this screen if another screen displays.

  • Page 61: Saving Your Stitch Settings

    SELECTING UTILITY STITCHES Press to change the thread color of the stitch on the screen. Press to display an enlarged image of the stitch. Memo • The color changes every time you press • The units of the stitch display area are in a Stitch screen Press to go back to the original...

  • Page 62: Using The Sewing Type Selection Key

    Press → The settings are saved and the original screen automatically appears. Memo If you try to save settings when there are already 5 sets of settings saved for a stitch, a message will appear. Follow the directions in the message to erase one set of currently saved settings and save the new settings.

  • Page 63

    SELECTING UTILITY STITCHES Example: Displaying information about overcasting Press → The advice screen is displayed. Press Press to return to the original screen. → The upper part of the screen displays a selection of overcasting stitches with explanations. Read the explanations and select the appropriate stitch.

  • Page 64: Sewing The Stitches

    SEWING THE STITCHES Straight Stitches Presser Stitch Stitch name foot Straight stitch (Left) Straight stitch (Left) Straight stitch (Middle) Straight stitch (Middle) Triple stretch stitch Stem stitch Decorative stitch Basting stitch a Left needle position b Middle needle position Memo If the selected stitch has a double mark “...

  • Page 65

    SEWING THE STITCHES Select a stitch. Attach presser foot “J”. Hold the thread tails and fabric with your left hand, and turn the handwheel with your right hand to insert the needle into the fabric. a Sewing start position Lower the presser foot, and hold the “Reverse/Reinforcement Stitch”...

  • Page 66: Changing The Needle Position (left Or Middle Needle Position Stitches Only)

    ■ Changing the Needle Position (Left or Middle Needle Position Stitches Only) When you select left or middle needle position stitches, you can use width display to change the position of the needle. Match the distance from the right edge of the presser foot to the needle with the stitch width, then align the edge of the presser foot with the edge of the fabric during sewing for an attractive finish.

  • Page 67: Basting

    SEWING THE STITCHES Set the straight stitch needle plate in place and use the screwdriver to tighten the plate. Insert the bobbin case in its original position, and then attach the needle plate cover. Note Align the two screw holes on the needle plate with the two holes on the machine and screws in the needle plate.

  • Page 68: Dart Seam

    Dart Seam Select and attach presser foot “J”. Sew a reverse stitch at the beginning of the dart and then sew from the wide end to the other end without stretching the fabric. If automatic reinforcement stitching is preset, a reinforcement stitch will automatically be sewn at the beginning of sewing.

  • Page 69: Flat Fell Seam

    SEWING THE STITCHES Sew two rows of straight stitches parallel to the seam line, then trim excess thread leaving 50 mm (approx. 1-15/16 inches). a Seam line b 10 to 15 mm (approx. 3/8 inch to 9/16 inch) c About 50 mm (approx. 1-15/16 inches) Pull the bobbin threads to obtain the desired amount of gather, then tie the threads.

  • Page 70: Pintuck

    Fold the longer seam allowance around the shorter one, and sew the edge of the fold. a Wrong side Finished flat fell seam a Surface Pintuck Mark along the folds on the wrong side of the fabric. a Wrong side Turn the fabric and iron the folded parts only.

  • Page 71: Zigzag Stitches

    SEWING THE STITCHES Zigzag Stitches Zigzag stitches are useful for overcasting, appliqué, patchwork, and many other applications. Select a stitch, and attach presser foot “J”. If the stitch which you select has a double mark “ ” at the top of the key display, you can sew reverse stitches by holding the “Reverse/Reinforcement Stitch”...

  • Page 72: Patchwork (for Crazy Quilt)

    ■ Patchwork (for Crazy Quilt) Turn back the desired width of fabric and position it over the lower fabric, then sew so that the stitch bridges both pieces of fabric. ■ Sewing Curves (Using a Zigzag Stitch) Shorten the stitch length setting to obtain a fine stitch.

  • Page 73: Elastic Zigzag Stitches

    SEWING THE STITCHES Elastic Zigzag Stitches Use elastic zigzag stitches for tape attaching, overcasting, darning, or a wide variety of other uses. Stitch Stitch name 2 step elastic zigzag 2 step elastic zigzag 3 step elastic zigzag Select a stitch. Attach presser foot “J”.

  • Page 74: Overcasting

    Overcasting Use for the beginning and end of seams in skirts or trousers, and the beginning and end of all cuttings. Use presser foot “G”, presser foot “J”, or the side cutter attachment depending on the kind of overcasting stitch you select. ■...

  • Page 75: Overcasting Using Presser Foot "j

    SEWING THE STITCHES ■ Overcasting Using Presser Foot “J” Stitch Stitch name Overcasting stitch Overcasting stitch Overcasting stitch Overcasting stitch Single diamond overcast Single diamond overcast Select a stitch and attach presser foot “J”. Sew with the needle dropping slightly off the edge of the fabric.

  • Page 76: Overcasting Using The Side Cutter

    ■ Overcasting Using the Side Cutter By using the side cutter, you can do overcasting while cutting the fabric. • Make sure to only select one of the stitches listed below. Using another stitch may cause the needle to hit the presser foot and break, possibly causing injury.

  • Page 77: When Sewing Straight Stitches While Using The Side Cutter

    SEWING THE STITCHES Select a stitch. Make a cut of approximately 20 mm (approx. 3/4 inch) in the fabric. a 20 mm (approx. 3/4 inch) Position the fabric so that the right side of the cut is on top of the guide plate and the left side of the cut is underneath the presser foot.

  • Page 78: Quilting

    Quilting You can make beautiful quilts quickly and easily with this machine. When making a quilt, you will find it convenient to use the knee lifter and foot controller to free your hands for other tasks (see “Using the Foot Controller”...

  • Page 79: Piecing

    SEWING THE STITCHES ■ Piecing Sewing two pieces of fabric together is called piecing. When cutting pieces for quilt blocks, make sure the seam allowance is 6.5 mm (approx. 1/4 inch). Select and attach presser foot “J”. Align the edge of the fabric with the edge of the presser foot, and start sewing.

  • Page 80: Appliqué

    ■ Appliqué Trace the pattern onto the appliqué fabric and then cut around it, leaving a 3 to 5 mm (approx. 1/8 to 3/16 inch) seam allowance. a Seam allowance: 3 to 5 mm (approx. 1/8 to 3/16 inch) Place a piece of thick paper cut to the finished size of the appliqué...

  • Page 81: Quilting With Satin Stitches

    SEWING THE STITCHES ■ Quilting with Satin Stitches Use the foot controller to sew with satin stitches. If you set the speed control slide to control the stitch width, you can make subtle changes in the stitch width during sewing. Attach the foot controller (see page 39).

  • Page 82: Free-motion Quilting

    ■ Free-motion Quilting With free-motion quilting, the feed dogs can be lowered (using the feed dog position switch) so that the fabric can be moved freely in any direction. The quilting foot is needed for free-motion quilting. We recommend attaching the foot controller and sewing at a consistent speed.

  • Page 83: Blind Hem Stitches

    SEWING THE STITCHES Blind Hem Stitches Select from these stitches to sew the hems or cuffs of dresses, blouses, pants, or skirts. Stitch Stitch name Blind hem stitch Blind hem stitch stretch Select a stitch. Place the fabric wrong side up, and fold and baste the fabric.

  • Page 84: Appliqué

    Remove the basting stitches and turn the fabric over. a Wrong side of fabric b Right side of fabric Memo Blind hem stitches cannot be sewn if the left needle drop point does not catch the fold. If the needle catches too much of the fold, the fabric cannot be unfolded and the seam appearing on the right side of the fabric will be very large, leaving an unattractive finish.

  • Page 85: Shelltuck Stitches

    SEWING THE STITCHES ■ Sewing Sharp Curves Stop the machine with the needle in the fabric outside the appliqué. Raise the presser foot and turn the fabric a little bit at a time while sewing for an attractive finish to the seam. Memo Placing a lightweight tear away stabilizer beneath the stitching area will improve the...

  • Page 86: Scallop Stitches

    Scallop Stitches This wave-shaped running stitch is called the scallop stitch. Use this stitch to decorate the edges of blouse collars and handkerchiefs or use it as a hem accent. Memo A temporary spray adhesive may be neces- sary for lightweight fabrics. Test sew the fabric before sewing a project.

  • Page 87: Smocking Stitches

    SEWING THE STITCHES Smocking Stitches Use smocking stitches for decorative sewing on clothes, etc. Select a straight stitch and attach presser foot “J”. Set the stitch length to 4.0 mm (approx. 3/16 inch) and loosen the upper thread tension to approximately 2.0 (See pages 42 through 43).

  • Page 88: Tape Or Elastic Attaching

    Attach presser foot “J”. Align the center of the presser foot with the middle of the space between the fabrics and begin sewing. a Basting stitches Memo Use a thick thread. When sewing is finished, gently tear the paper away. Tape or Elastic Attaching Select a straight stitch and attach presser foot “J”.

  • Page 89: Heirloom

    SEWING THE STITCHES Heirloom ■ Hemstitching (1) (Daisy Stitch) Use for sewing tablecloths, decorative hems, and decorative stitching on shirt fronts. Memo Use a light to medium weight homespun fabric with a little stiffness. Insert a type 130/705H, size 100/16 Wing needle.

  • Page 90: Hemstitching (3)

    Press to create a mirror image of the stitch. Sew the opposite side to keep the stitch symmetrical. SEWING THE STITCHES ■ Hemstitching (3) Pull out several threads from both sides of the 4 mm (approx. 3/16 inch) area which are not yet open.

  • Page 91: One-step Buttonholes

    SEWING THE STITCHES One-step Buttonholes With one-step buttonholes, you can make buttonholes appropriate to the size of your button. Stitch Stitch name Narrow rounded buttonhole Wide round ended buttonhole Tapered round ended buttonhole Round ended buttonhole Round ended buttonhole Round double ended buttonhole Narrow squared buttonhole...

  • Page 92

    One-step buttonholes are sewn from the front of the presser foot to the back, as shown below. a Reinforcement stitching Select a buttonhole stitch, and attach buttonhole foot “A”. Mark the position and length of the buttonhole on the fabric. Memo The maximum buttonhole length is about 28 mm (approx.

  • Page 93

    SEWING THE STITCHES Align the presser foot with the mark on the fabric, and lower the presser foot. a Mark on the fabric b Marks on the presser foot Note • Pass the thread underneath the presser foot. • Slide the outside frame of the buttonhole foot backward as far as possible as shown in the illustration, making sure that there is no gap behind the part of the foot marked “A”.

  • Page 94: Sewing Stretch Fabrics

    Memo For keyhole buttonholes, use the eyelet punch to make a hole in the rounded end of the but- tonhole. Then insert a pin along the inside of one of the bar tacks, insert a seam ripper into the hole made with the eyelet punch, and cut towards the pin.

  • Page 95: Four-step Buttonholes

    SEWING THE STITCHES Four-step Buttonholes You can sew 4-step buttonholes using the following 4 stitches together. You can sew any desired length for the buttonhole when using 4-step buttonholes. 4-step buttonholes are a good option when attaching oversize buttons. Note When changing the stitch settings for the left side of the buttonhole, make sure that all setting should be changed to match.

  • Page 96

    Press the “Start/Stop” button to start sewing. Sew the desired length for the buttonhole and press the “Start/Stop” button again. Select stitch to sew the bar tack and press the “Start/Stop” button. → The machine will automatically stop after sewing the bar tack.

  • Page 97: Darning

    SEWING THE STITCHES ■ Darning Use darning stitches for mending and other applications. Stitch Stitch name Darning Darning Darning is performed by sewing from the front of the presser foot to the back as shown below. a Reinforcement stitches Select a stitch, and attach buttonhole foot “A”.

  • Page 98

    Lower the buttonhole lever so that it is positioned behind the metal bracket on the buttonhole foot. a Buttonhole lever a Metal bracket Gently hold the end of the upper thread, and then press the “Start/Stop” button to start the machine. →...

  • Page 99: Bar Tacks

    SEWING THE STITCHES Bar Tacks Use bar tacks to reinforce areas that will be subject to strain, such as pocket corners. Stitch Stitch name Bar tack Select Attach buttonhole foot “A” and set the scale to the length of the bar tack you wish to sew.

  • Page 100: Bar Tacks On Thick Fabrics

    Lower the buttonhole lever so that it is positioned behind the metal bracket on the buttonhole foot. a Metal bracket Gently hold the end of the upper thread and begin sewing. → When sewing is completed, the machine will sew reinforcement stitches and stop automatically.

  • Page 101: Button Sewing

    SEWING THE STITCHES Button Sewing Buttons can be sewn on using the machine. Buttons with 2 or 4 holes can be attached. Stitch Stitch name Button sewing Note • Do not use the automatic thread cutting function when sewing buttons. Otherwise, you will lose the thread ends.

  • Page 102: Attaching 4 Hole Buttons

    ■ Attaching 4 Hole Buttons Sew the two holes closest to you. Then raise the presser foot and move the fabric so that the needle goes into the next two holes, and sew them in the same way. ■ Attaching a Shank to the Button Pull the shank lever toward you before sewing.

  • Page 103: Eyelet

    SEWING THE STITCHES Eyelet Use this stitch for making belt holes and other similar applications. Stitch Stitch name Eyelet Star eyelet Select in either the stitch width display or the stitch length display to choose the size of the eyelet. a Large 7 mm (approx.

  • Page 104: Multi-directional Sewing (straight Stitch And Zigzag Stitch)

    Multi-directional Sewing (Straight Stitch and Zigzag Stitch) Use these stitch patterns to attach patches or emblems to pant legs, shirt sleeves, etc. Remove the flat bed attachment to create the free arm function. Memo Pass the free arm through a tubular piece of fabric, and then sew in the order shown in the illustration.

  • Page 105: Zipper Insertion

    SEWING THE STITCHES Zipper Insertion ■ Centered Zipper Use for bags and other such applications. Select Memo • For details on each stitch, refer to the “STITCH SETTING CHART” at the end of this manual. Note • Make sure you sew using the middle needle position.

  • Page 106: Inserting A Side Zipper

    CAUTION Make sure the needle does not strike the zipper during sewing. If the needle strikes the zipper, the needle may break, leading to injury. ■ Inserting a Side Zipper Use for side zippers in skirts or dresses. Select Note •...

  • Page 107

    SEWING THE STITCHES Set the presser foot in the 3 mm (approx. 1/8 inch) margin. Starting from the end of the zipper opening, sew to a point about 50 mm (approx. 2 inches) from the edge of the fabric, then stop the machine.

  • Page 108: Chapter 4 Character/decorative Stitches

    Chapter Character/ Decorative Stitches SELECTING STITCH PATTERNS...98 ■ Stitch Selection Screens... 99 Selecting Decorative Stitch Patterns/7mm Decorative Stitch Patterns/Satin Stitch Patterns/ 7mm Satin Stitch Patterns/Cross Stitch/Utility Decorative Stitch Patterns ... 100 Alphabet Characters ... 100 ■ Deleting Characters... 101 SEWING STITCH PATTERNS ...102 Sewing Attractive Finishes ...

  • Page 109: Selecting Stitch Patterns

    SELECTING STITCH PATTERNS SELECTING STITCH PATTERNS Press to display the screen below. a Decorative stitch patterns b 7mm decorative stitch patterns. You can set stitch length and width. c Satin stitch patterns d 7mm satin stitch patterns. You can set stitch length and width. e Cross stitch f Utility decorative stitch patterns g Alphabet characters (gothic font)

  • Page 110: Stitch Selection Screens

    ■ Stitch Selection Screens There are 9 categories of Character/Decorative stitch patterns. stitch selection screen for that category. Decorative Stitch Patterns 7mm Satin Stitch Patterns Alphabet Characters (Gothic Font) indicates that there is more than one 7mm Decorative Stitch Patterns Cross Stitch Alphabet Characters (Handwriting Font)

  • Page 111: Selecting Decorative Stitch Patterns/7mm Decorative Stitch Patterns/satin Stitch Patterns/7mm Satin Stitch Patterns/cross Stitch/utility Decorative Stitch Patterns

    SELECTING STITCH PATTERNS Selecting Decorative Stitch Patterns/7mm Decorative Stitch Patterns/Satin Stitch Patterns/ 7mm Satin Stitch Patterns/Cross Stitch/Utility Decorative Stitch Patterns Select the category of the pattern you want to sew. Press the key of the stitch pattern you want to sew. Press to view the next page.

  • Page 112: Deleting Characters

    ■ Deleting Characters Press to delete the last character. Memo Characters are deleted individually starting with the last character entered. Select the correct character. SELECTING STITCH PATTERNS...

  • Page 113: Sewing Stitch Patterns

    Thread #50 - #60 Needle With lightweight, regular, or stretch fabrics: the Ball point needle (golden colored) With heavyweight fabrics: home sewing machine needle 90/14 Presser foot Monogramming foot “N”. Using another presser foot may give inferior results. Basic Sewing Select a stitch pattern.

  • Page 114: Making Adjustments

    Memo If the fabric is pulled or pushed during sewing, the pattern may not turn out correctly. Also, depending on the pattern, there may be move- ment to the left and right as well as front and back. Guide the fabric with your hand to keep the fabric feeding straight and even during sewing.

  • Page 115

    SEWING STITCH PATTERNS Press , and then adjust the pattern with the FINE ADJUST VERTI. or HORIZ. displays. If the pattern is bunched: Press in the FINE ADJUST VERTI. display. → The displayed value increases each time the button is pressed and the pattern will lengthen. If the pattern has gaps: Press in the FINE ADJUST VERTI.

  • Page 116: Editing Stitch Patterns

    EDITING STITCH PATTERNS ■ Key Functions You can create just the finish you want using the editing functions. Make patterns larger or smaller, make mirror images, etc. Note • Some editing functions cannot be used with certain stitch patterns. Only the functions for the displayed keys are available when a pattern is selected.

  • Page 117: Changing The Size

    EDITING STITCH PATTERNS Display Key Name Single/Repeat sewing Elongation key Size selection key Thread density key Delete key Memory key Stitch width and stitch length key Thread tension key Changing the Size Select a stitch pattern, then press sewn in the size highlighted on the key. Memo •...

  • Page 118: Changing The Length (for 7mm Satin Stitch Patterns Only)

    Changing the Length (for 7mm Satin Stitch Patterns Only) When stitch patterns are selected, press choose from 5 automatic length settings, without changing the stitch zigzag width or stitch length settings. Creating a Vertical Mirror Image To create a vertical mirror image, select a stitch pattern then press EDITING STITCH PATTERNS Creating a Horizontal Mirror...

  • Page 119: Changing Thread Density (for Satin Stitch Patterns Only)

    EDITING STITCH PATTERNS Changing Thread Density (for Satin Stitch Patterns Only) After selecting the pattern, press your preferred thread density. CAUTION If the stitches bunch when thread density is changed to , return the thread density to . If you continue sewing when the stitches are bunched, the needle may bend or break.

  • Page 120

    Press to display the enlarged image. to view any part of the image that extends out of the viewable display area. Press to return to the original screen. Memo You can also sew from this screen when the presser foot symbol is displayed. EDITING STITCH PATTERNS...

  • Page 121: Combining Stitch Patterns

    COMBINING STITCH PATTERNS COMBINING STITCH PATTERNS You can combine many varieties of stitch patterns, such as character stitches, cross stitches, satin stitches, or stitches you design with MY CUSTOM STITCH function (see chapter 7 for information about MY CUSTOM STITCH). You can also combine stitch patterns of different sizes, mirror image stitch patterns, and others.

  • Page 122

    Press → The display returns to the stitch selection screen. Press COMBINING STITCH PATTERNS Select Press Memo Patterns are deleted individually starting with the last pattern entered by pressing Press to sew the pattern continuously. Press to view the completed pattern (see page 108).

  • Page 123: Combining Large And Small Stitch Patterns

    COMBINING STITCH PATTERNS Combining Large and Small Stitch Patterns Example: Press → The large size stitch will be selected. Press again, then press the small size. → The pattern is displayed in a smaller size. Press to sew continuously. → The entered pattern is repeated. Combining Horizontal Mirror Image Stitch Patterns Example:...

  • Page 124: Combining Stitch Patterns Of Different Length

    Press Press again, then press → The pattern is flipped along a vertical axis. Press → The entered pattern is repeated. Combining Stitch Patterns of Different Length Example: Press , then press → The length of the image is set to Select again, then press →...

  • Page 125: Making Step Stitch Patterns (for 7mm Satin Stitch Patterns Only)

    COMBINING STITCH PATTERNS Press → The entered pattern is repeated. Making Step Stitch Patterns (for 7mm Satin Stitch Patterns Only) You can use the keys with 7mm satin stitch patterns to create a step effect. Stitch patterns sewn so that they create a step effect are called step stitch patterns.

  • Page 126: More Examples

    Press → The next stitch pattern will move to the left. Press → The entered pattern is repeated. COMBINING STITCH PATTERNS ■ More Examples → → → Press → → → Press → → → → → → Press → →...

  • Page 127: Using The Memory Function

    • Compatible operating systems: Microsoft Windows 98SE/Me/2000/XP (Windows 98SE requires a driver. Download the driver from our Web site (www.brother.com). In addition, only Windows 98 Second Edition can use the driver.). ■ Precautions on Using the Computer to Create and Save Data •...

  • Page 128: Trademarks

    ■ Trademarks • Secure Digital (SD) Card is a registered trademark or a trademark of SD Card Association. • CompactFlash is a registered trademark or a trademark of Sandisk Corporation. • Memory Stick is a registered trademark or a trademark of Sony Corporation. •...

  • Page 129: Saving Stitch Patterns In The Machine's Memory

    USING THE MEMORY FUNCTION Saving Stitch Patterns in the Machine’s Memory You can save often-used stitch patterns in the machine’s memory. The machine’s memory can hold up to 20 stitch patterns. Note • Do not turn the main power to OFF while the “Saving”...

  • Page 130

    Choose a stitch pattern to delete. Press so the pattern saved in that pocket appears. If the entire saved stitch pattern is not displayed, press to view the entire stitch pattern. Press if you decide not to delete the stitch pattern.

  • Page 131: Saving Stitch Patterns To Usb Media (commercially Available)

    USING THE MEMORY FUNCTION Saving Stitch Patterns to USB Media (Commercially Available) When sending stitch patterns from the machine to USB media, plug the USB media into the machine’s USB port. Depending on the type of USB media being used, either directly plug the USB device into the machine’s USB port or plug the USB Card Writer/Reader into the machine’s USB port.

  • Page 132: Saving Stitch Patterns In The Computer

    Saving Stitch Patterns in the Computer Using the included USB cable, the stitch machine can be connected to your computer, and the stitch patterns can be temporarily retrieved from and saved on your computer. Note • Do not turn the main power to OFF while the “Saving”...

  • Page 133: Retrieving Stitch Patterns From The Machine's Memory

    USING THE MEMORY FUNCTION Select the stitch pattern’s .pmu file and copy the file to the computer. Note • Do not turn off the machine while the “Sav- ing” screen is showing. You may lose the data. Retrieving Stitch Patterns from the Machine’s Memory Press →...

  • Page 134: Recalling From Usb Media

    Recalling from USB Media You can recall a specific stitch pattern from either directly USB media or a folder in the USB media. If the stitch pattern is under the folder, move down layers of folders following a path to it. Insert the USB Media into the USB port connector on the machine (see page 120).

  • Page 135: Recalling From The Computer

    USING THE MEMORY FUNCTION Recalling from the Computer Plug the USB cable connector into the corresponding USB connectors for the computer and for the machine (see page 121). On the computer, open “My Computer” then go to “Removable Disk”. Move/copy the pattern data to “Removable Disk”.

  • Page 136: Chapter 5 Embroidery

    BEFORE EMBROIDERING ...126 Embroidery Step by Step... 126 Attaching Embroidery Foot “W”... 127 Attaching the Embroidery Unit ... 128 ■ About the Embroidery Unit ... 128 ■ Removing the Embroidery Unit ... 129 SELECTING PATTERNS ...130 ■ Copyright Information... 130 ■...

  • Page 137: Before Embroidering

    BEFORE EMBROIDERING BEFORE EMBROIDERING Embroidery Step by Step Follow the steps below to prepare the machine for embroidery. Step 3 Step 1, 2 Step # Presser foot attachment Checking the needle Embroidery unit attachment Bobbin thread setup Fabric preparation Pattern selection Embroidery frame attachment Checking the layout Embroidery thread setup...

  • Page 138: Attaching Embroidery Foot "w

    Attaching Embroidery Foot “W” CAUTION • When attaching a presser foot, always press on the screen. You may accidentally press the “Start/Stop” button and possibly cause injury. • Be sure to use embroidery foot “W” when doing embroidery. Using another presser foot may cause the needle to strike the presser foot, causing the needle to bend or break and possibly cause injury.

  • Page 139: Attaching The Embroidery Unit

    Feed dog position switch Note • Be sure there is no gap between the embroi- dery unit and the sewing machine. If there is a gap, the embroidery patterns will not embroider with the correct registration. • Do not push on the carriage when installing the embroidery unit onto the machine.

  • Page 140: Removing The Embroidery Unit

    Turn the main power to ON. → The following message will appear. Press → The carriage will move to the initialization position. Note • A confirmation message to lower the frame- securing lever after the carriage moves to its initial position. The message will disappear after 15 seconds or press to move to the next step.

  • Page 141: Selecting Patterns

    SELECTING PATTERNS ■ Copyright Information The patterns stored in the sewing machine and embroidery cards are intended for private use only. Any public or commercial use of copyrighted patterns is an infringement of copyright law and is strictly prohibited. There are many character and decorative embroidery patterns stored in the machine’s memory (see the “QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE”...

  • Page 142: Pattern Selection Screens

    ■ Pattern Selection Screens There are 7 categories of patterns in this machine. selection screen for that category. Embroidery patterns Cross stitch patterns Frame patterns indicates that there is more than one pattern Heirloom patterns Floral alphabet patterns SELECTING PATTERNS Border patterns Alphabet characters...

  • Page 143: Selecting Embroidery Patterns/heirloom Patterns/border Patterns/cross Stitch Patterns/floral Alphabet Patterns

    SELECTING PATTERNS Selecting Embroidery Patterns/ Heirloom Patterns/Border Patterns/Cross stitch Patterns/ Floral alphabet Patterns Select the category of the pattern you want to embroider. Press the key of the pattern you want to embroider. Press to view the next page. Press to view the previous page.

  • Page 144: Selecting Alphabet Character Patterns

    Selecting Alphabet Character Patterns Press Press the key of the font you want to embroider. SELECTING PATTERNS Press to change the selection screen, and then enter the characters that you want to embroider. If you want to change the size of a character, select the character and then press size.

  • Page 145: Selecting Frame Patterns

    SELECTING PATTERNS Press → The sewing screen is displayed. Proceed to see “VIEWING THE SEWING SCREEN” on page 136 to embroider the pattern. To return to the previous screen to select another pattern, press Selecting Frame Patterns a Frame shapes b Frame patterns →...

  • Page 146: Selecting Patterns From Embroidery Cards

    Proceed to see “VIEWING THE SEWING SCREEN” on page 136 to embroider the pattern. To return to the previous screen to select another pattern, press Selecting Patterns from Embroidery Cards ■ About Embroidery Cards (Sold Separately) • Use only embroidery cards manufactured for this machine.

  • Page 147: Viewing The Sewing Screen

    VIEWING THE SEWING SCREEN VIEWING THE SEWING SCREEN a Shows the presser foot code. Attach embroidery foot “W” for all embroidery projects. When the foot presser symbol is displayed on the screen, you are able to sew. b Shows the boundary for embroidering with the extra large frame (30 cm × 18 cm (approx. 12 inches × 7 inches)). c Shows a preview of the selected pattern.

  • Page 148: Key Functions

    ■ Key Functions Using these keys, you can change the size of the pattern, rotate the pattern, etc. Display Key Name Image key Arrow keys Center key) Rotate key Size key Density key Horizontal mirror image key Multi color key Memory key Return key Cut/Tension key...

  • Page 149: Preparing The Fabric

    PREPARING THE FABRIC PREPARING THE FABRIC • Use fabrics with a thickness of less than 3 mm (approx. 1/8 inch). Using fabrics thicker than 3 mm (approx. 1/8 inch) may cause the needle to break. • When using layers with thicker batting etc., you can sew more attractive embroidery by adjusting the embroidery presser foot height in the embroidery settings screen (see below).

  • Page 150: Hooping The Fabric In The Embroidery Frame

    Hooping the Fabric in the Embroidery Frame ■ Types of Embroidery Frames Extra Large Can embroider an area Can embroider an area 30 cm × 18 cm (approx. 12 inches × 7 inches) (approx. 7 inches × 5 inches) Use when embroidering Use when embroidering patterns between 10 cm ×...

  • Page 151: Inserting The Fabric

    PREPARING THE FABRIC ■ Inserting the Fabric Note • If the fabric is placed loose in the embroidery frame, the embroidery design will sew out poorly. Insert the fabric on a level surface, and gently stretch the fabric taut in the frame.

  • Page 152: Embroidering Small Fabrics Or Fabric Edges

    Return the frame adjustment screw to its initial position. ■ Using the Embroidery Sheet When you want to embroider the pattern in a particular place, use the embroidery sheet with the frame. With a chalk pen, mark the area of the fabric you want to embroider.

  • Page 153: Embroidering Ribbons Or Tape

    PREPARING THE FABRIC ■ Embroidering Ribbons or Tape Secure with double-sided tape or a temporary spray adhesive. a Ribbon b Stabilizer...

  • Page 154: Attaching The Embroidery Frame

    ATTACHING THE EMBROIDERY FRAME Note Wind and insert the bobbin before attaching the embroidery frame. Press the “Presser Foot Lifter” button to raise the presser foot. Align the embroidery frame guide with the right edge of the embroidery frame holder. a Embroidery frame holder b Embroidery frame guide Slide the embroidery frame into the holder,...

  • Page 155: Confirming The Pattern Position

    CONFIRMING THE PATTERN POSITION CONFIRMING THE PATTERN POSITION The pattern is normally positioned in the center of the embroidery frame. You can check the layout before starting embroidery and change the position. Checking the Pattern Position The embroidery frame moves and shows the pattern position.

  • Page 156: Previewing The Completed Pattern

    Previewing the Completed Pattern Press → An image of the pattern as it will be embroidered appears. Press to select the frame used in the preview. Frames displayed in light gray cannot be selected. Press to see a full screen preview. The pattern can be sewn as it appears in the following display.

  • Page 157: Sewing An Embroidery Pattern

    SEWING AN EMBROIDERY PATTERN SEWING AN EMBROIDERY PATTERN Sewing Attractive Finishes There are many factors that go into sewing beautiful embroidery. Using the appropriate stabilizer (see page 138) and hooping the fabric in the frame (see page 139) are two important factors mentioned earlier. Another important point is the appropriateness of the needle and thread being used.

  • Page 158: Sewing Embroidery Patterns

    Sewing Embroidery Patterns Example: a Embroidery color order b Cursor Memo The [+] cursor moves over the pattern, show- ing which part of the pattern is being sewn. Thread the machine with the first color (see “Threading Using the “Automatic Threading”...

  • Page 159: Sewing Embroidery Patterns Which Use Appliqué

    SEWING AN EMBROIDERY PATTERN ■ When Threading Manually Thread the machine manually with the first color (see “Threading Manually” on page 27). Lower the presser foot, then press the “Start/Stop” button to start embroidering. After 5-6 stitches, press the “Start/Stop” button again to stop the machine.

  • Page 160

    Remove the appliqué material from the embroidery frame, and then cut carefully along the stitching. After cutting, remove all of the stitching thread carefully. Carefully cut out the pattern on the outline you just sewed. Do not cut inside the stitching line, as the appliqué...

  • Page 161: Adjustments During The Embroidery Process

    ADJUSTMENTS DURING THE EMBROIDERY PROCESS ADJUSTMENTS DURING THE EMBROIDERY PROCESS Note • Be careful not to bump the embroidery unit carriage or the presser foot when removing or attaching the embroidery frame. Otherwise, the pattern will not embroider correctly. If the Bobbin Runs Out of Thread When the bobbin begins to run out of thread during embroidering, the machine will stop and the message below will appear.

  • Page 162: If The Thread Breaks During Sewing

    If the Thread Breaks During Sewing Press the “Start/Stop” button to stop the machine. If the upper thread is broken, redo the upper threading. If the bobbin thread is broken, press and follow the directions in steps through previous section to reset the bobbin. Press ADJUSTMENTS DURING THE EMBROIDERY PROCESS Press...

  • Page 163: Restarting From The Beginning

    ADJUSTMENTS DURING THE EMBROIDERY PROCESS Restarting from the Beginning Press Press → The embroidery frame moves, returning the needle to the pattern’s beginning position. Press the “Presser Foot Lifter” button to lower the presser foot and start sewing. Resuming Embroidery After Turning Off the Power The current color and stitch number are saved when embroidery is stopped.

  • Page 164

    Press → The previous sewing screen displayed before the machine was turned off appears. Memo If you want to start a new operation, press so the pattern selection screen appears. Continue embroidering. a Stitch number when embroidery is resumed ADJUSTMENTS DURING THE EMBROIDERY PROCESS...

  • Page 165: Making Embroidery Adjustments

    MAKING EMBROIDERY ADJUSTMENTS MAKING EMBROIDERY ADJUSTMENTS Adjusting Thread Tension When embroidering, the thread tension should be set so that the upper thread can slightly be seen on the wrong side of the fabric. ■ Correct Thread Tension The pattern can be seen from the wrong side of the fabric.

  • Page 166: Using The Automatic Thread Cutting Function (end Color Trim)

    Using the Automatic Thread Cutting Function (END COLOR TRIM) The automatic thread cutting function cut the thread at the end of sewing each color. This function is initially turned on. To turn this function off, press key and then function can be turned on or off during embroidering.

  • Page 167: Adjusting The Embroidery Speed

    MAKING EMBROIDERY ADJUSTMENTS Press to turn off JUMP STITCH TRIM. → The key will display as The machine will not trim the thread before moving to the next stitching. ■ Selecting the length of JUMP STITCH not to trim When the thread trimming function turned on, you can select the length of the jump stitch not to trim the thread.

  • Page 168: Changing The Thread Color Display

    Changing the Thread Color Display You can display the name of the thread colors, the time or embroidery thread number. Memo Colors on the screen may vary slightly from actual spool colors. Press Press In the THREAD COLOR DISPLAY, use to display the name of the thread colors, the time or the embroidery thread number.

  • Page 169: Changing The Embroidery Frame Display

    MAKING EMBROIDERY ADJUSTMENTS Changing the Embroidery Frame Display Press Press In the FRAME DISPLAY, use change the embroidery frame display mode. There are 10 choices. a Extra large frame embroidering area b Center line c Large frame embroidering area d Medium frame embroidering area e Small frame embroidering area f Grid lines Press...

  • Page 170: Revising The Pattern

    REVISING THE PATTERN • When you have revised the pattern, check the display of available embroidery frames and use an appropriate frame. If you use an embroidery frame not displayed as available for use, the presser foot may strike the frame and possibly cause injury. Changing the Pattern Position to move the pattern in the direction shown by the arrow.

  • Page 171: Changing The Size

    REVISING THE PATTERN Press a Start position → The needle position moves to the bottom left corner of the pattern (the embroidery frame moves so that the needle is positioned correctly). Press to align the needle and the mark on the fabric, and begin embroidering the pattern.

  • Page 172: Rotating The Pattern

    Rotating the Pattern Press REVISING THE PATTERN Select the angle of rotation for the pattern. Press to rotate the pattern 90 degrees to the left. Press to rotate the pattern 90 degrees to the right. Press to rotate the pattern 10 degrees to the left.

  • Page 173: Creating A Horizontal Mirror Image

    REVISING THE PATTERN Creating a Horizontal Mirror Image Press so it appears as horizontal mirror image of the selected pattern. Press again to return the pattern to normal. Changing the Density (Alphabet Character and Frame Patterns Only) to create a The thread density for some alphabet character and frame patterns can be changed.

  • Page 174: Changing The Colors Of Alphabet Character Patterns

    Change the density. Press to make the pattern less dense. Press to make the pattern more dense. a Normal b Fine (stitches closer together) c Coarse (stitches farther apart) → The pattern density changes each time you press a button. Press to return to the pattern selection screen.

  • Page 175: Using The Memory Function

    IBM PC-compatible computer equipped with a USB port as standard equipment • Compatible operating systems: Microsoft Windows 98SE/Me/2000/XP (Windows 98SE requires a driver. Download the driver from our Web site (www.brother.com). In addition, only Windows 98 Second Edition can use the driver.). CAUTION...

  • Page 176: Precautions On Using The Computer To Create And Save Data

    ■ Precautions on Using the Computer to Create and Save Data • If the file name of embroidery data cannot be identified, for example, because the name contains special characters, the file is not displayed. If this occurs, change the name of the file. •...

  • Page 177: Saving Embroidery Patterns In The Machine's Memory

    USING THE MEMORY FUNCTION Saving Embroidery Patterns in the Machine’s Memory You can save embroidery patterns that you have customized and will use often; for example, your name or other combined patterns, patterns that have been rotated or had the size changed, patterns that have had the sewing position changed, etc.

  • Page 178

    Select the pattern you want to delete. Press a Amount of memory used by the pattern to be deleted b Amount of memory needed to save the current pattern Press If you decide not to delete the pattern, press → The “Saving” screen displays. When the pattern is saved, the display returns to the original screen automatically.

  • Page 179: Saving Embroidery Patterns To Usb Media (commercially Available)

    USING THE MEMORY FUNCTION Saving Embroidery Patterns to USB Media (Commercially Available) When sending embroidery patterns from the machine to USB media, plug the USB media into the machine’s USB port. Depending on the type of USB media being used, either directly plug the USB device into the machine’s USB port or plug the USB Card Writer/Reader into the machine’s USB port.

  • Page 180: Saving Embroidery Patterns In The Computer

    Saving Embroidery Patterns in the Computer Using the included USB cable, the machine can be connected to your computer, and the embroidery patterns can be temporarily retrieved from and saved in your computer. Note • Do not turn the main power to OFF while the “Saving”...

  • Page 181: Retrieving Patterns From The Machine's Memory

    USING THE MEMORY FUNCTION Retrieving Patterns from the Machine’s Memory Press → The machine displays the patterns currently in the memory. Press the key of the pattern you want to retrieve. Press to return to the original screen. Press → The sewing screen is displayed. Recalling from USB Media You can recall a specific embroider pattern from either directly USB media or a folder in the USB...

  • Page 182: Recalling From The Computer

    Press when there is a subfolder to sort two or more stitch patterns to USB media, the embroidery pattern in the subfolder is displayed. Press to return to the original screen without recalling. a Folder name b Embroidery patterns in a top folder c Path →...

  • Page 183

    USING THE MEMORY FUNCTION Move/copy the pattern data to “Removable Disk”. → Pattern data in “Removable Disk” is written to the machine. Note • While data is being written, do not discon- nect the USB cable. • Do not create folders within “Removable Disk”.

  • Page 184: Embroidery Applications

    EMBROIDERY APPLICATIONS Using a Frame Pattern to Make an Appliqué (1) You can use framed patterns of the same size and shape to create an appliqué. Embroider one pattern with a straight stitch and one pattern with a satin stitch. Select a straight stitch frame pattern.

  • Page 185: Using A Frame Pattern To Make An Appliqué (2)

    EMBROIDERY APPLICATIONS Using a Frame Pattern to Make an Appliqué (2) This is a second method to make appliqué using embroidery patterns. You do not have to change the fabric in the embroidery frame using this method. Embroider one pattern with a straight stitch and one pattern with a satin stitch.

  • Page 186: Chapter 6 Embroidery Edit

    Chapter Embroidery Edit EXPLANATION OF FUNCTIONS...176 SELECTING PATTERNS TO EDIT ...177 Selecting Embroidery Patterns/Heirloom Patterns/Border Patterns/ Cross stitch Patterns/Floral Alphabet Patterns/Frame Patterns ...178 Selecting Alphabet Character Patterns ...178 EDITING PATTERNS...181 ■ Key Functions ...182 Moving the Pattern...183 Rotating the Pattern ...183 Changing the Size of the Pattern ...184 Deleting the Pattern ...185 Changing the Configuration of Alphabet Character Patterns...185...

  • Page 187: Explanation Of Functions

    EXPLANATION OF FUNCTIONS EXPLANATION OF FUNCTIONS With the Embroidery Edit functions, you can combine embroidery patterns and character patterns, change the size of patterns, rotate patterns, and perform many other editing functions. This machine can perform the 9 functions listed below. ■...

  • Page 188: Selecting Patterns To Edit

    SELECTING PATTERNS TO EDIT Prepare the machine for embroidery according to the instructions on page 126, and press display the screen below. a Embroidery patterns b Heirloom patterns c Border patterns d Cross stitch patterns e Floral alphabet patterns f Alphabet character patterns g Frame patterns h Patterns from an embroidery card (sold separately) i Patterns saved in the machine’s memory (see page 170)

  • Page 189: Selecting Embroidery Patterns/heirloom Patterns/border Patterns/cross Stitch Patterns/floral Alphabet Patterns/frame Patterns

    SELECTING PATTERNS TO EDIT Selecting Embroidery Patterns/ Heirloom Patterns/Border Patterns/Cross stitch Patterns/ Floral Alphabet Patterns/Frame Patterns Select the category of the pattern. Press the key of the pattern you want to edit. See pages 132 and 134 for more information on selecting patterns.

  • Page 190

    Select the font, then enter the characters. (Example: A B C D) See page 133 for more information about selecting characters. Press to change the layout of the pattern. If the characters are too small to see, press view a display of all entered characters. SELECTING PATTERNS TO EDIT Select the layout.

  • Page 191

    SELECTING PATTERNS TO EDIT Press to return to the original screen. After you finish your selections, press → The embroidery edit screen will appear. Proceed to see “EDITING PATTERNS” on page 181 to edit the pattern.

  • Page 192: Editing Patterns

    EDITING PATTERNS a Shows the size of the entire combined pattern. b Shows the size of the pattern currently selected. c Shows the distance from the center of the frame. d Shows the color currently selected, and the number of colors in the pattern. e Shows the degree of rotation for the pattern.

  • Page 193: Key Functions

    EDITING PATTERNS ■ Key Functions Display Key Name Arrow keys Center key) Border key Rotate key Size key Density key Horizontal mirror image key Character spacing key Press this key to change the spacing of character patterns. Array key Multi color key Thread palette key Pattern select key Delete key...

  • Page 194: Moving The Pattern

    Moving the Pattern Press to move the pattern in the direction shown on the key. Press to return the pattern to the center. a Distance from the center Rotating the Pattern Press EDITING PATTERNS Select the angle by which the pattern is rotated.

  • Page 195: Changing The Size Of The Pattern

    EDITING PATTERNS Press to return to the original screen. Changing the Size of the Pattern Press Select the direction in which to change the size. Press to enlarge the pattern. Press to shrink the pattern. Press to stretch the pattern horizontally. Press to compact the pattern horizontally.

  • Page 196: Deleting The Pattern

    Deleting the Pattern Press to delete the pattern from the screen. Changing the Configuration of Alphabet Character Patterns Press EDITING PATTERNS Press the key of the layout you want to embroider. See page 179 for more information about layout types. →...

  • Page 197: Changing The Color Of Each Alphabet Character In A Pattern

    EDITING PATTERNS Press to widen the character spacing. Press to tighten the character spacing. Press to return the pattern to its original appearance. Press to return to the original screen. to change the spacing. Changing the Color of Each Alphabet Character in a Pattern a Color for each character Press so you can assign a thread...

  • Page 198: Changing The Thread Color

    Changing the Thread Color You can change the thread color by moving the color to be changed to the top of the sewing order and selecting a new color from the thread colors in the machine. Press → The thread color palette screen displays. Press to put the color you want to change at the top of the sewing order.

  • Page 199: Creating A Custom Thread Table

    EDITING PATTERNS Creating a Custom Thread Table You can create a custom thread table containing the thread colors that you most often use. You can select thread colors from the machine’s extensive list of thread colors from five different thread brands.

  • Page 200: Choosing A Color From The Custom Thread Table

    Repeat the previous steps until all desired thread colors are specified. To delete a specified color from the palette, press Press to return to the original screen. ■ Adding a Color to the Custom Thread Table from the List Repeat the previous steps Press to display the thread list.

  • Page 201: Designing Repeated Patterns

    EDITING PATTERNS Press a Color palette/Custom thread change key b Color palette → The custom thread table will appear. Press color from the custom thread table. to scroll through the custom thread table. Press to return to the original color. You can select colors from the custom thread table by directly touching the screen with the touch pen.

  • Page 202

    Select the direction in which the pattern will be repeated. a Vertical direction b Horizontal direction c Repeating and deleting keys d Spacing keys → The pattern direction indicator will change depending on the direction selected. to repeat the pattern on top and to repeat the pattern at the bottom.

  • Page 203: Repeating One Element Of A Repeated Pattern

    EDITING PATTERNS ■ Repeating One Element of a Repeated Pattern By using the Cut function, you can select one element of a repeated pattern and repeat only that single element. This function allows you to design complex repeated patterns. Choose the direction in which the repeated pattern will be cut.

  • Page 204: Assigning Thread Marks

    Repeat the selected element. Press to finish repeating. Note • Once you have cut a repeated pattern into separate elements, you cannot return to the original repeated pattern. EDITING PATTERNS ■ Assigning Thread Marks By sewing thread marks, you can easily align patterns when sewing a series.

  • Page 205: After Editing

    EDITING PATTERNS Press to select the thread mark to be sewn. Memo • When there are two or more elements, use pattern that you want to assign a thread mark(s) to. Press After Editing Press If you want to sew the pattern immediately, to select a press Press...

  • Page 206: Combining Patterns

    COMBINING PATTERNS Editing Combined Patterns Example: Combining alphabet characters with an embroidery pattern and editing Press to select an embroidery pattern. COMBINING PATTERNS to view P.4, then select Press...

  • Page 207

    COMBINING PATTERNS Press Press to enter the alphabet characters. Select and enter “Sewing”. After selecting , press character size to M, then enter the remaining characters. → The characters you enter will be displayed in the center of the display. Press to move the characters.

  • Page 208: Sewing Combined Patterns

    Press to change the color of the characters. See page 187 for more information about changing the color. When all editing is finished, press Sewing Combined Patterns Combined patterns will be embroidered in the order they were entered. In this example, the embroidery order will be as follows: →...

  • Page 209: Using The Memory Function

    USING THE MEMORY FUNCTION USING THE MEMORY FUNCTION In the same way as embroidery patterns in Chapter 5, you can save and retrieve edited embroidery patterns to and from the machine’s memory, a personal computer, or USB media. Refer to the relevant sections in Chapter 5 on saving and retrieving embroidery patterns and follow the same procedures in order to save and retrieve edited embroidery patterns.

  • Page 210: Chapter 7 My Custom Stitch

    Chapter MY CUSTOM STITCH DESIGNING A STITCH...200 ENTERING STITCH DATA ...202 ■ Key Functions ...202 ■ Moving a Point ...204 ■ Moving Part or All of the Design ...205 ■ Inserting New Points ...206 USING STORED CUSTOM STITCHES ...207 Storing Custom Stitches in Your List ...207 ■...

  • Page 211: Designing A Stitch

    DESIGNING A STITCH DESIGNING A STITCH By using the MY CUSTOM STITCH can register stitches you have created yourself. You can also sew designs combining MY ™ CUSTOM STITCH creations with built-in characters (see page 110). Memo • Stitches that you create with MY CUSTOM ™...

  • Page 212

    Examples of Custom Stitches Stitch Stitch Stitch Stitch Stitch Stitch Stitch Stitch Stitch Stitch Stitch Stitch DESIGNING A STITCH...

  • Page 213: Entering Stitch Data

    ENTERING STITCH DATA ENTERING STITCH DATA ■ Key Functions a This area displays the stitch being created. b Displays the number of the present set point over the total number of points in the stitch. c Displays the y-coordinate of Display Enlarger key Grid direction key...

  • Page 214

    Press Press to move to the coordinates of the first point on the grid sheet. Press to change the direction of the grid sheet. Press to enlarge the image of the stitch being created. a Currently selected point/Total number of points b Coordinates of Memo Whenever...

  • Page 215: Moving A Point

    ENTERING STITCH DATA Repeat the steps above for each point that you have drawn on the grid sheet until the stitch design is drawn on the screen as a continuous line. Press to delete a selected point entered. Press to sew a test-run of the stitch. Press to return to the original screen.

  • Page 216: Moving Part Or All Of The Design

    ■ Moving Part or All of the Design Press to move point of the section that you want to move. To move to the first point, press To move to the last point, press You can also move by using the touch pen. Press →...

  • Page 217: Inserting New Points

    ENTERING STITCH DATA ■ Inserting New Points Press to move on the design where you want to add a new point. To move to the first point, press To move to the last point, press You can also move Press →...

  • Page 218: Using Stored Custom Stitches

    USING STORED CUSTOM STITCHES Storing Custom Stitches in Your List Stitch patterns created using the MY CUSTOM ™ STITCH function can be stored for later use. Once you finish entering the stitch data, press . The “Saving” message appears and the stitch will be stored.

  • Page 219: Retrieving Stored Stitches

    USING STORED CUSTOM STITCHES Retrieving Stored Stitches Press → A list of stored stitch patterns is displayed. Select the stitch pattern. Press to return to the previous screen without retrieving. Press To delete the stored stitch pattern, press To edit the stored stitch pattern, press...

  • Page 220: Chapter 8 Appendix

    Chapter Appendix CARE AND MAINTENANCE ...210 Cleaning the LCD Screen ...210 Cleaning the Machine Casing ...210 Cleaning the Race ...210 ADJUSTING THE SCREEN ...212 Screen Visibility is Low ...212 Touch Panel is Malfunctioning ...212 TROUBLESHOOTING ...214 ERROR MESSAGES...217 ■ Alarm Sounds ...222 SPECIFICATIONS...223 UPGRADING YOUR MACHINE’S SOFTWARE ...224 Upgrade Procedure Using USB Media ...224...

  • Page 221: Care And Maintenance

    CARE AND MAINTENANCE CARE AND MAINTENANCE • Be sure to unplug the machine before cleaning it. Otherwise, electric shock or injury may result. Cleaning the LCD Screen If the screen is dirty, gently wipe it with a soft, dry cloth. Do not use organic solvents or detergents. Cleaning the Machine Casing If the surface of the machine is dirty, lightly soak a cloth in a neutral detergent, squeeze it out firmly,...

  • Page 222

    Insert the bobbin case so that the projection on the bobbin case aligns with the spring. a Projection b Spring Insert the tabs on the needle plate cover into the needle plate, and then slide the cover back on. Note •...

  • Page 223: Adjusting The Screen

    ADJUSTING THE SCREEN ADJUSTING THE SCREEN Screen Visibility is Low If the screen is difficult to see when you turn on the power, follow the steps below. Press your finger anywhere on the screen. Holding your finger on the screen, turn the main power switch to OFF and back to ON.

  • Page 224

    Using the included touch pen, lightly touch the center of each +, in order from 1 to 5. If the buzzer sounds one time after you press number 5, the operation is finished. If the buzzer sounds twice, there was an error. In this case, repeat the steps above.

  • Page 225: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING If you have a minor problem with your sewing machine, check the following solutions. If the solutions suggested do not correct the problem, contact your authorized dealer. You can also press for advice about minor sewing problems during sewing. Press the original screen.

  • Page 226

    Problem Cannot lower the Presser foot was raised using the “Presser Foot presser foot with the Lifter” button. presser foot lever Thread tension is Upper threading is incorrect. incorrect Bobbin is set incorrectly. Using improper needle or thread for the selected fabric.

  • Page 227

    TROUBLESHOOTING Problem Needle breaks Needle is installed incorrectly. Needle clamp screw is not tightened. Needle is turned or bent. Using improper needle or thread for the selected fabric. Wrong presser foot was used. Upper thread tension is too strong. Fabric is pulled during sewing. Spool cap is set incorrectly.

  • Page 228: Error Messages

    ERROR MESSAGES If the machine is not properly set and the “Start/Stop” button or the “Reverse/Reinforcement Stitch” button is pressed, or if the operation procedure is incorrect, the machine does not start. An alarm sounds and an error message is displayed on the LCD. If an error message displays, follow the instructions in the message.

  • Page 229

    ERROR MESSAGES This message is displayed when the patterns you are editing take up too much memory, or if you are editing too many patterns for the memory. This message is displayed when the “Start/Stop” button is pushed to sew Utility stitches or Character/Decorative stitches while the foot controller is connected.

  • Page 230

    This message is displayed when the machine is in embroidery mode and the small frame is attached, and the selected pattern does not fit in the small frame. This message is displayed when, with the machine in embroidery mode and the small embroidery frame or medium embroidery frame attached, the selected pattern is larger than the...

  • Page 231

    ERROR MESSAGES This message is displayed when, after selecting a pattern, pattern is about to be deleted. This message is displayed when the speed control lever is set to control the zigzag stitch width, and the “Start/ Stop” button is pushed.

  • Page 232

    This message is displayed when the “Start/Stop” button is pushed and the machine is in embroidery mode, but the embroidery unit is not attached. This message is displayed when you try to recall or save a pattern while no USB media is loaded. This message is displayed when you try to use incompatible media.

  • Page 233: Alarm Sounds

    ERROR MESSAGES This message is displayed when replacing the embroidering bobbin thread. This message is displayed when a border pattern is displayed in the embroidery edit screen after being displayed in the sewing screen. This message is displayed when you try to use incompatible USB media.

  • Page 234: Specifications

    12 kg (27 lb.) (with case: 14.3 kg (32 lb.)) 70 to 1000 stitches per minute Home sewing machine needles (HA × 130) 45.8 cm (W) × 13.1cm (H) × 46.2 cm (D) (approx. 18 inches (W) × 5-1/8 inches (H) × 18-1/4 inches (D)) 72.4 cm (W) ×...

  • Page 235: Upgrading Your Machine's Software

    UPGRADING YOUR MACHINE’S SOFTWARE UPGRADING YOUR MACHINE’S SOFTWARE You can use USB media or a computer to download software upgrades for your sewing machine. Memo During the process of upgrading software, the buzzer will not sound when a key is pressed.

  • Page 236

    When the message disappears, press → The upgrade file is downloaded. Note If an error occurs, a red text error message will appear. If the download is performed success- fully, an “Upgrade complete.” message will appear. Unplug the USB cable, and turn the machine off and on again.

  • Page 237

    UPGRADING YOUR MACHINE’S SOFTWARE...

  • Page 238: Stitch Setting Chart

    STITCH SETTING CHART The following chart shows information for each utility stitch concerning applications, stitch lengths, stitch widths, and whether or not the twin needle mode can be used. Presser Stitch Stitch name foot Straight stitch (Left) Straight stitch (Left) Straight stitch (Middle) Straight stitch...

  • Page 239

    STITCH SETTING CHART Stitch Stitch name Overcasting stitch Overcasting stitch Overcasting stitch Overcasting stitch Overcasting stitch Overcasting stitch Single diamond overcast Single diamond overcast With side cutter With side cutter With side cutter With side cutter With side cutter Piecing stitch (Right) Piecing stitch (Middle) Piecing stitch (Left)

  • Page 240

    Presser Stitch Stitch name foot Blind hem stitch Blind hem stitch stretch Blanket stitch Shell tuck edge Satin scallop stitch Scallop stitch Patchwork join stitch Patchwork double overlock stitch Couching stitch Smocking stitch Feather stitch Fagoting cross stitch Tape attaching Ladder stitch Rick-rack stitch Decorative stitch...

  • Page 241

    STITCH SETTING CHART Stitch Stitch name Hemstitching Hemstitching Hemstitching zigzag Hemstitching Hemstitching Hemstitching Hemstitching Hemstitching Hemstitching Hemstitching Hemstitching Honeycomb stitch Honeycomb stitch Hemstitching Hemstitching Hemstitching Hemstitching Hemstitching Hemstitching Hemstitching Presser Applications foot Decorative hems, triple straight at left Decorative hems, triple straight at center Decorative hems, top stitching Decorative hems, lace attaching...

  • Page 242

    Presser Stitch Stitch name foot Hemstitching Hemstitching Hemstitching Hemstitching Ladder stitch Narrow rounded buttonhole Wide round ended buttonhole Tapered round ended buttonhole Round ended buttonhole Round ended buttonhole Round double ended buttonhole Narrow squared buttonhole Wide squared buttonhole Squared buttonhole Stretch buttonhole Heirloom buttonhole Bound buttonhole...

  • Page 243

    STITCH SETTING CHART Stitch Stitch name 4 step buttonhole 1 4 step buttonhole 2 4 step buttonhole 3 4 step buttonhole 4 Darning Darning Bar tack Button sewing Eyelet Star eyelet Diagonally left up (Straight) Reverse (Straight) Diagonally right up (Straight) Sideways to left (Straight)

  • Page 244

    Presser Stitch Stitch name foot Forward (Zigzag) Reverse (Zigzag) Stitch width [mm (inch.)] Applications Auto. For attaching appliqué on tubular pieces of fabric and mitering — corners For attaching appliqué on tubular pieces of fabric and mitering — corners STITCH SETTING CHART Stitch length Twin [mm (inch.)]...

  • Page 245: Index

    Index Index Accessories included accessories ... 3 options ... 6 Accessory compartment ... 3 Adjustments screen ... 212 screen brightness ... 15 Air vent ... 1 Alarm sounds ... 222 Alphabet characters character/decorative stitches ... 100 embroidery ... 133 embroidery edit ... 178 Appliqué...

  • Page 246

    Error messages ...217 Eyelet ...92 Fabrics fabric/thread/needle combinations ...36 sewing heavyweight fabrics ...41 sewing lightweight fabrics ...41 sewing stretch fabrics ...83 Fagoting ...76 Feed dog position switch ...1 Feed dogs ... 2 Flat bed attachment ... 1 Flat fell Seam ...58 Foot controller ...

  • Page 247

    Index USB media ... 120 utility stitches ... 50 Scallop stitches ... 75 Set key ... 203 Settings automatic reinforcement stitching ... 44 automatic thread cutting ... 45 display language ... 16 embroidery settings ... 14 general settings ... 13 machine setting mode key ...12 screen brightness ...

  • Page 248

    Index...

  • Page 249

    English 882-S90/S91 XD0784-151 1 Printed in Taiwan...

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Innov-ís 4000d, Innov-ís 4000

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