Select a stitch pattern. (Example:
Refer to the "STITCH SETTING CHART" at the end
of this manual for proper stitch to use with presser
→ The Selected stitch is displayed.
the stitch, the selected stitch cannot be sewn
in the twin needle mode.
a Single needle/twin needle setting
Be sure to set the twin needle mode when using
the twin needle. Using the twin needle while the
machine is in single needle mode could cause the
needle to break, resulting in damage.
Sample of Twin Needle Sewing
key is light gray after selecting
to select the twin needle
Using Threads that Unwind
I Using the Spool Net
If using transparent nylon thread, metallic thread, or
other strong thread, place the included spool net
over the spool before using it. When using these
threads, threading must be done manually.
If the spool net is too long, fold it once to match it to
the spool size before placing it over the spool.
• When threading the spool with the spool net
on, the thread may not come out enough.
Make sure that 5-6 cm (approx. 2 - 2-1/2
inches) of thread are pulled out.
• It may be necessary to adjust the thread ten-
sion when using the spool net.
I Using the Vertical Spool Pin
Use the vertical spool pin when using an irregularly
shaped thread spool, and when sewing or
embroidering with metallic thread.
Insert the vertical spool pin onto the bobbin
Install the spool felt and the thread spool in
that order, and then thread the upper
• When setting the thread spool, set it so that
the thread winds off from the front of the
• If using metallic thread, we recommend that
you use a 90/14 home sewing machine nee-
• This method keeps the thread from twisting
as it comes off the spool pin.
a Spool net
b Thread spool
c Spool pin
d Spool cap
a Bobbin winder shaft
b Vertical spool pin
c Spool felt
d Thread spool