Traditional Sewing Window Keys
Stitches with similar characteristics are arranged
q Utility Stitch Key (See page 31)
Touch this key to access straight stitch, zigzag, 3-
step zigzag, blind hems, basting, triple seam, stretch
seam, double overlock, super overlock and super
w Single Repeat Key (See page 47)
Touch this key to access buttonholes, button sewing,
darning, bartack, arrowtack and eyelets.
e Satin Stitch Key (See page 66)
Touch this key to access satin stitches. Satin stitches
25 to 34 can be combined into a sequence with any
stitch found in decorative stitches 35 to 104.
r Decorative Stitch Key (See page 61)
Touch this key to access quilt stitches, heirloom
stitches, cross stitches and all other decorative
stitches. Decorative stitches 35 to 104 can be
combined into a sequence with any stitch found in
satin stitches 25 to 34.
t Alphabet Key (See page 70)
Touch this key to access block style lettering.
Uppercase, lowercase, numbers, punctuation marks
and diacritical letters are included.
y Adjust Key
Touch this key to access the stitch width/needle
position keys, stitch length keys or elongation keys if
you want to manually change any of these settings.
u Needle Stop Position Key
This key programs whether the needle will stop in
either the up or down position after sewing is
i Twin Needle Key (See pages 64-65)
Touch this key to reduce the width of an individual
stitch so a twin needle can be used. Once the key is
activated, stitches that are not compatible with twin
needle sewing will be grayed so they cannot be