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Embroidery and sewing machine.
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h
Use the presser foot lever to raise the
presser foot.
i
With the wrong side facing up, place the
fabric under the presser foot.
a Wrong side of fabric
j
Turn the handwheel toward you
(counterclockwise) to feed the needle into
the fabric or punched hole. Position the
upper thread over the presser foot and
lightly hold then, lower the presser foot
lever.
a Punched hole
b Upper thread over the presser foot
k
Pulling the upper thread gently, turn the
handwheel toward you (counterclockwise)
until the mark on the handwheel aligns with
the center top of machine.
→ A loop of the bobbin thread comes out through the
hole in the fabric.
CREATING BOBBIN WORK (SEWING)
Note
• If the bobbin thread does not come up, hold
the upper thread as shown below to pull up
the bobbin thread.
a Upper thread
l
Raise the presser foot lever, and then use
tweezers to pull up the bobbin thread and
bring the end of the thread to the top of the
fabric.
Note
• Pull the thread while holding down the fabric
so it does not move out of place.
m
Align the upper thread and bobbin thread,
and then pass them under the presser foot
toward the rear of the machine.
n
While gently holding threads at the rear of
the machine, turn the handwheel to feed
the needle into the fabric or punched hole
again, and then lower the presser foot lever.
o
Press
at lower right of LCD screen.
→ All keys and operation buttons are unlocked, and
the previous screen is displayed.
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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 :-(