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Useful Sewing Tips; Trial Sewing; Changing The Sewing Direction; Sewing Curves - Brother NV10 Operation Manual

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Useful Sewing Tips

Various ways to achieve better sewing results are described below. Refer to these tips when sewing.

Trial sewing

After a stitch is selected, the machine automatically
sets the stitch width and length for the stitch that was
selected.
However, a trial piece of fabric should be sewn
since, depending on the type of fabric and stitching
being sewn, the desired results may not be achieved.
For the trial sewing, use a piece of fabric and thread
that are the same as those used for your project, and
check the thread tension and stitch length and width.
Since the results differ depending on the type of
stitching and the number of fabric layers sewn,
perform the trial sewing under the same conditions
that will be used with your project.
Changing the sewing
direction
a
When stitching reaches a corner, stop the
sewing machine.
Leave the needle lowered (in the fabric). If the
needle remained up when the machine
stopped sewing, press
button).
b
Raise the presser foot lever, and then turn the
fabric.
Turn the fabric using the needle as a pivot.
c
Lower the presser foot lever and continue
sewing.
a
a Presser foot lever
48
(needle position

Sewing curves

Stop sewing, and then slightly change the sewing
direction to sew around the curve.
When sewing along a curve while using a zigzag
stitch, select a shorter stitch length in order to obtain
a finer stitch.

Sewing thick fabrics

■ If the fabric does not fit under the presser
foot
Raise the presser foot even higher to bring the
presser foot to its highest position. (At this time,
the presser foot lever is not secured.)
CAUTION
● The thickness of fabric differs depending on
the fabric type. If the fabric is forcefully
pushed, the needle may break or bend.

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