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Sewing Stretch Fabrics; Odd Shaped Buttons/buttons That Do Not Fit Into The Button Holder Plate - Brother Quattro 2 6700D Operation Manual

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■ Sewing Stretch Fabrics

When sewing on stretch fabric with
sew the buttonhole stitches over a gimp thread.
a
Hook the gimp thread onto the back of
presser foot "A". Insert the ends into the
grooves at the front of the presser foot, and
then temporarily tie them there.
a Upper thread
b
Lower the presser foot and start sewing.
Memo
• Set the width of the satin stitches to the
width of the gimp thread, and set the button-
hole width to be 2-3 times the width of the
gimp thread.
c
Once sewing is completed, gently pull the
gimp thread to remove any slack, and trim
off any excess.
Memo
• After using the seam ripper to cut open the
threads over the buttonhole, trim off the
threads.
■ Odd Shaped Buttons/Buttons that do
Not Fit into the Button Holder Plate
or
,
Use the markings on the presser foot scale to set the
size of the buttonhole. One mark on the presser foot
scale equals 5 mm (approx. 3/16 inch).
Add the button diameter and thickness together, and
then set the plate at the calculated value.
a Presser foot scale
b Button holder plate
c Completed measurement of diameter + thickness
d 5 mm (approx. 3/16 inch)
Memo
• For example, for a button with a diameter of
15 mm (approx. 9/16 inch) and a thickness
of 10 mm (approx. 3/8 inch), the scale
should be set at 25 mm (approx. 1 inch).
a 10 mm (approx. 3/8 inch)
b 15 mm (approx. 9/16 inch)
SEWING THE STITCHES
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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 :-(