■ If thick seams are being sewn and the fabric
does not feed at the beginning of stitching
Zigzag foot "J" is equipped with a feature that
keeps the presser foot level.
a Sewing direction
When starting sewing with a seam that is too
thick for the fabric to be fed, raise the presser
Using the index finger press the black button
(presser foot holding pin) on the left side of
the zigzag foot "J", then use left thumb to
level the presser foot by gently pushing down
on the front of the presser foot. You will hear
a "click"; continue pressing the presser foot
holding pin while lowering the presser foot.
a Black button
The presser foot remains level, enabling the
fabric to be fed.
• After the seam is sewn, the presser foot will
return to its normal operation.
● The thickness of fabric differs depending on the
fabric type. If the fabric is forcefully pushed,
the needle may break or bend.
When sewing thin fabrics, the stitching may become
misaligned or the fabric may not feed correctly.
If this occurs, place thin paper or stabilizer material
under the fabric and sew it together with the fabric.
When you have finished sewing, tear off any excess
First, baste the pieces of fabric together, and then
sew without stretching the fabric.
In addition, a better result can be achieved by using
thread for knits or a stretch stitch.
Sewing thin fabrics
a Stabilizer material or paper
Sewing stretch fabrics