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Tape Or Elastic Attaching - Brother Quattro 2 6700D Operation Manual

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c
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.
d
When sewing is finished, gently tear the
paper away.

Tape or Elastic Attaching

a
Select a straight stitch and attach presser
foot "J".
b
Set the stitch length to 4.0 mm (approx.
3/16 inch), and loosen the upper thread
tension to 2.0 (see "Setting the Stitch
Length" on page 79 and "Setting the Thread
Tension" on page 79).
Memo
• Be sure that neither automatic reinforcement
nor automatic thread cutting
selected.
c
Sew two rows of straight stitches on the
right side of the fabric, then pull the bobbin
thread to create the necessary gather.
Memo
• Before sewing the straight stitch, rotate the
handwheel toward you (counterclockwise)
and pull up the bobbin thread. Holding the
top and bobbin thread, pull a length of
thread out from the rear of the machine. (Be
sure that the presser foot is raised.)
d
Place the tape over the gather, and hold it
in place with basting pins.
a Tape
e
Select
Memo
• For details on each stitch, refer to the
"STITCH SETTING CHART" at the end of
this manual.
f
Sew over the tape (or elastic).
is
• Be sure the needle does not strike a basting
pin, or any other objects, during sewing. The
thread could tangle or the needle could break,
causing injury.
SEWING THE STITCHES
or
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CAUTION
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  • handyman0031 Jan 03, 2015 10:26:
    please provide a part number for the zigzag embroidery plate,it's included with the 6700 D, however no part number is referenced anywhere in the stupid manual, and there is no item anywhere to replace it? After spending 10 K you think you could put a part number in a book so I can reorder one? my machine jammed and this one has a huge bur on it that cannot be worked out :-(