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Chapter 3 Utility Stitches - Brother Quattro 2 6700D Operation Manual

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SELECTING UTILITY STITCHES ......................90
■ Stitch Selection Screens............................................................ 90
Selecting a Stitch .............................................................. 91
■ Using the Mirror Image Key ..................................................... 91
■ Using the Image Key................................................................. 92
Saving Your Stitch Settings ............................................... 92
■ Saving Settings.......................................................................... 92
■ Retrieving Saved Settings.......................................................... 93
SEWING THE STITCHES .................................94
Straight Stitches ................................................................ 94
or Bobbin Cover (with Mark) ................................................... 96
■ Basting ..................................................................................... 98
Dart Seam......................................................................... 99
Gathering.......................................................................... 99
Flat Fell Seam.................................................................. 100
Pintuck............................................................................ 101
Zigzag Stitches................................................................ 102
■ Overcasting (Using a Zigzag Stitch) ....................................... 102
■ Appliqué (Using a Zigzag Stitch) ............................................ 102
■ Patchwork (for Crazy Quilt)................................................... 103
■ Sewing Curves (Using a Zigzag Stitch) ................................... 103
Elastic Zigzag Stitches..................................................... 104
■ Tape Attaching ....................................................................... 104
■ Overcasting ............................................................................ 104
Overcasting .................................................................... 105
■ Overcasting Using Presser Foot "G" ...................................... 105
■ Overcasting Using Presser Foot "J" ........................................ 106
■ Overcasting Using the Side Cutter ......................................... 107
Quilting .......................................................................... 110
■ Piecing ................................................................................... 113
■ Quilting .................................................................................. 113
■ Appliqué................................................................................. 114
■ Quilting with Satin Stitches .................................................... 115
■ Free Motion Quilting.............................................................. 116
Quilting Foot "E".................................................................... 119
Blind Hem Stitches ......................................................... 122
■ If the Needle does not Catch the Hem Fold ........................... 124
Appliqué ......................................................................... 125
■ Appliqué Sharp Curves ........................................................... 125
■ Appliqué Corners ................................................................... 125
Shelltuck Stitches............................................................ 126
Scallop Stitches............................................................... 127
Crazy Quilting ................................................................ 127
Smocking Stitches ........................................................... 128
Fagoting .......................................................................... 128
Tape or Elastic Attaching ................................................ 129
Heirloom .........................................................................130
■ Hemstitching (1) (Daisy Stitch) ...............................................130
■ Hemstitching (2) (Drawn Work (1))........................................130
■ Hemstitching (3) (Drawn Work (2))........................................131
One-step Buttonholes ......................................................132
■ Sewing Stretch Fabrics ............................................................135
Holder Plate............................................................................135
Four-step Buttonholes......................................................136
■ Darning...................................................................................138
Bar Tacks .........................................................................140
■ Bar Tacks on Thick Fabrics......................................................141
Button Sewing .................................................................142
■ Attaching 4 Hole Buttons........................................................143
■ Attaching a Shank to the Button .............................................143
Eyelet...............................................................................144
Zipper Insertion...............................................................146
■ Centered Zipper......................................................................146
■ Inserting a Side Zipper ............................................................147
Edge Sewing.....................................................................148

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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 :-(