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19502
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  • Page 1 Kenmope SEWING MACHINE 19502...
  • Page 2 SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. Dear Homemaker, CONGRATULATIONS! have just purchased a Kenmore Sensor Sew 70, a sewing machine that can, with some easy setting you, do both decorative utility sewing more quickly and accurately than ever dreamed possible. This machine...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS • To Remove the Bobbin from the Machine ..KNOW YOUR MACHINE SECTION • Wind the Bobbin ....19_20 • Insert the Bobbin into the Bobbin Holder ..A Portable Case or Cabinet _sAvailable Prepare Your Top Thread ....
  • Page 4 Sew a Button Elastic Casing Stitch ... PutJn aZipper 40_42 Decorate wlth Geometric Patterns Cross Stitch ....Smocking ..SECTION 5. LEARN THE STITCHES Sand Stitch ....Program Decorative Stitch Chart ot Sewing FunctEons Patterns etc ....82_84 Stitch Pattern Chart ..
  • Page 5 Whenever you're ready to sew, so is your sewing place. Another option , _ , buy a Carrying Case • , . then your Kenmore goes anywhere, can be stored anywhere. Fig. 2 Fig, I...
  • Page 6 Locate and Identify the Parts Up & Down Needle Position Large SPool Button (P. 29) Holder (P 1B) Top Cover Stitch Pattern Chart (P. 45 _ 49) Foot Storage Compartment (P t2) Pressure Control Diai {P 8) Winder (P 19,20} Thread Tensmn Dial...
  • Page 7: Locate And Identify The Parts ........ 5

    Locate and Identify the Parts (Continued) Locate and Identify the Accessories Accessory Storage Foot Control (P 8) Thread Guide (P. 24) Thread Guide (P 24) Bobbin Addi[_onal Spool Needte Clamp _P 171 Presser Foot {P, 12 _ 15) Sliding Buttonhole Foot Buttonhole Opener...
  • Page 8 Set Up the Machine Plug in the Machine and Switch on the Power 5ensatS_m Sewing light NOTE: The Pattern Indicator light wilt show SAFETY FEATURE: Your machine wil! operate unless the NOTE: Before inserting plug into your light/power switch is turned If you are machine, be sure...
  • Page 9: Check Your Feed Balance Dial

    Set Up the Machine (Continued) o Set the Pressure Dial o Check Your Feed Balance Dial = Set the Foot Contro} Pressure._ control Setting "_ mark most sewing, the groove =n the Feed Balance Dial should foot control regulates speed point to the arrow ("...
  • Page 10: O Thread Cutter

    Thread Cutter • Adjust the Presser Foot Lever cutter High position don't need a smssors to cut the thread after you finish sewing. Just use the handy thread cutter on the back of the Presser Bar above the presser foot holder.
  • Page 11 Set Up the Machine (continued); Your Kenmore Sensor 70 can do free Free-Arm Sewing: the Removable Extension Table arm sewing. This feature makes sewing easy To remove: for: To Remove the Extension Table (for free-arm sewing) Grip the table with...
  • Page 12 . sewtng b uttons o nsleeves, waistabands, * Stitching s leeves, waistbands, pantlegs, darning s ocks o rmending knees, elbows, orareas ofwear i nchUdren's clothes. etc. oranymrcular garment area.
  • Page 13: Foot Storage Compartment

    Know What the Presser Feet Will Do , b- The Presser teet are an important feature of this machine. You need to know what each foot does m order to use them effectively, NOTE: The numbers after each foot indicate the stitch patterns where you use the foot.
  • Page 14: Presser Foottypes

    = PresserFoot Types Zigzag Foot Transparent Buttonhole Foot Overedge Foot buttonhole Transparent C: Overedge too_ Zigzag toot too[ Use th}s foot both straight and z_gzag Use this foot to sew buttonholes when you This foot is especially constructed want to control the fabric feed and button- stitching.
  • Page 15: E. Zipper Foot

    • PresserFoot Types (Continued) Satin Stitch Foot Zipper Foot D, Quitter Zippertoo_ foot D: Quilter Satin stitch this transparent foot outlining Th_s foot can be set to sew on each side of This attachment turns your zigzag foot applique and Cut-Out Work, as well as for...
  • Page 16: J. Sliding Buttonhole Foot

    Blind Stltch Hem Foot Straight Foot Sliding Buttonhole Foot S_ra_ght toot hem toot buttonhole BIind stitch Sliding fool Use this foot most buttonholes. It is Use this foot perfect blind hemming. thzs foot exclusively straight The foot has r_dges on the bottom to keep stitching.
  • Page 17: Check Your Needle

    Purple (16) ..medium*heavy weight decoratwe When buy=rig needles other than Kenmore needles, be sure the needle fits the topsI_tching on these fabric_ _ength and shape of the needle shown above. A longer or shorter needle wi|l (This needle...
  • Page 18: Fabric, Needle, Thread And Stitch Length Chart

    Fabric, Needle, Thread and Stitch Length Chart Change Your Needle RECOMMENDED NEEDLE FABRIC SIZE THREAD SIZE STITCH LENGTH SETTING COLOR Lightweight: Polyester Core/Cotton Batiste. Dimity, Chiffon, Wrap Silks, Fine Lace, Organza, 11-ORANGE {12 stitches Fine Mercerized Cotton Crepe. Taffeta. Voile, _nch} Silk A Organdy...
  • Page 19: Put Thread On The Spool

    Prepare the Bobbin Put Thread on the Spool Additional Spool Pin Ordinary spool /Spool Small spool ._ _-U_ felt _-Addhiona' Small "_'_ z___________________ Spool _V" _spool Spo_ hole ....NOTE: NOTE: Your spool tilts upward For winding the bobbin while your machine is threaded,...
  • Page 20: To Remove The Bobbin From The Machine

    Wind the Bobbin To Remove the Bobbin from the Machine ® Gently push down plastic ..bobbin cover and slide it towards you. Pull the Clutch away from the machine to stop the needle from mowng while Set aside, wind the bobbin.
  • Page 21 Prepare the Bobbin (Continued) Bobbin winder 5ensQr5em stopper ..,1. ¢ NOTE; Pattern Indicator will read "SP" show machine Push the bobbin winder spindle to the left and clip the thread, winding the bobbin, Remove the bobbin. ! 1. Push in the clutch to put power back into the needle,...
  • Page 22 Insert the Bobbin into the Bobbin Holder 3" Pul_ about inches thread Then pull thread cJockw_se Slide bobbin cover plate over bobbin into bobbin toward back of the machine the bobbin. Allow about 4 inches holder so that thread feeds toward through tension...
  • Page 23: Check Your Presser Foot

    Prepare Your Top Thread Check Your Presser Foot To Remove: To Attach: Your presser foot is held in place by a Foot Holder. Each presser foot merely snaps on the foot hofder, which is seldom removed. Presser bar }f you need to remove or attach the foot holder,...
  • Page 24: Change The Presser Foot

    Change the Presser Foot correct presser foot the stitch wish to sew. Consult Stitch Pattern Chart and the detailed directions for sewing with the various presser feet, To snap on To snap off button To Snap On the Presser Foot: To Snap Off the Presser Foot: Set the Pressure Dial at "3"...
  • Page 25: Thread Your Needle

    Prepare Your Top Thread {Continued) • Thread Your Needle NOTE: The numbered steps below follow the numbers on the iHustrat=ons, NOTE: Dotted tines show places where the thread loops and then is pulled tight. Each place has a spring. ® Hotd thread, as shown.
  • Page 26: Pick Up Your Bobbin Thread

    Pick Up Your Bobbin Thread Hold the top thread lightly with your Press the Up/Down Needle Position Pull both threads under and back left hand, Button twice. the presser foot, Leave 3 to 4 inches of thread clear. Bring the bobbin thread up by pul_ing the top thread.
  • Page 27: For Straight Stitch

    Prepare Your Top Thread (Continued) Adjust the Top Thread Tension Choose the Correct Tension: Right s=deof fabric The best tension will depend Setting mark the stiffness and thickness of the fabric the number of fabric layers the type of stitch Loos__ The top thread The top thread...
  • Page 28: For Zigzag Stitch

    For Zigzag Stitch Check the tension of your zigzag stitch by sewing a ztgzag stitch fabric plan to use. Also use the type of thread you will be using, but put different colors on the bobbin and the upper spool. the _deal zigzag stitch, the bobbin...
  • Page 29 Illustration shows the Up/Down Needle Position Button and the control panel of your Kenmore Sensor Sew The control buttons, indicator lights indicator screens enable you to control your machine and know what tt is doing at all t_mes, In th_s section,...
  • Page 30 Up/Down Needie P0sition Button control Panel 5r_ns_rSem Stitch , Pattern Section When you press this button, the needle will go up or down, and Length Section Stitch Width If the needte is up and you press this button, the needle will go down to Lts lowest posTt_on.
  • Page 31: Pattern Indicator Screen

    Pattern indicator Screen Pattern Selection Buttons °°°°°,'°°'° II 5_nsar_= 5_n_DrS_m You use these buttons to select a stitch pattern. They run from 0 to 9, This digit indicator screen lights up to show what stitch pattern you are Exampte: You want to use decorative stitch usmg_ Press...
  • Page 32: Straight And Zigzag Stitch Buttons

    Memory Button Clear Button Straight and Zigzag Stitch Buttons 5_'nSDfS_tU ._l!nsQf._l_tu 5r_nsarSetu o[-q The Clear Button will erase the stitch The Memory Button, w_th _ts memory You can set each of these most used stitches by pressing just one button: indicator light, ,wil! "memorize"...
  • Page 33: Stitch Width Button

    Stitch Width and Length Buttons All stitches in your Sensor Sew 70 are pre-set for the best stitch NOTE: The range of stitch width depends on the stitch pattern you select. length and w_dth, but if you wish to change the settings here's how: ..
  • Page 34: O Stitch Length Button

    o Stitch Length Button This button sets the stitch length for both straight and zigzag stitches. When press the stitch length button, the stitch length light wilt go on and the indicator screen wilt show the pre-set stitch length: "'2.0" for straight stitching "1.5"...
  • Page 35: Reverse Stitch And Auto-lock Buttons

    Reverse Stitch and Auto-Lock Buttons Auto-Lock Button (automatic with memory) Both of these buttons will secure seams. Reverse Stitch Button (manual -- no memory) Use this button secure seams with an auto-!ock stitch at the first and last stitch you sew. To Use the Auto-Lock Stitch: Press the Auto-Lock...
  • Page 36: Use The Seam Guides

    Turn a Square Corner TheStitching s killscovered mthissection r equire somespecial s kill from you. Forall other stitches, yourmachine d oesmostof the work, Even if youareskilled at these stitches, youwill wantto learnthe features o f thismachine t hat may benew toyou. Use the Seam Guides To turn a square corner 5/8"...
  • Page 37: Sew On Heavy Fabrics

    Sew on Heavy Fabrics Use the Darning Plate Darmng p{ate Use this skill when sewing from 3 to 12 layers of fabric, such as sewing over welt seams when hemming jeans. Sometimes when sew, want control fabric yourself. Use Foot A (Zigzag foot) with...
  • Page 38: Basting []

    Basting Set the Machine Thread tension f0 to 2,5 A: Zigzag foOt Press the foot control. machine will take one stitch Pressure and stop automatically. Darning plate dial: Release the foot controL. =:3CCCC_ Hold fabric taut and slide Blue needle No.
  • Page 39: Darning

    Darning Set the Machine \Press Thread l[eriSfo_ 3to6 F- Satin stitch foot How to darn correctly Put the darning plate on the needle plate (see p. 36). Stretch fabric with hole in the center between Make the turmng points of each row btunt embroidery hoops, as shown.
  • Page 40: Sew A Button

    Sew a Button Set the Machine 5=r_o_SeuJ Press Draw thread to reverse side ot Stitch width control Left hole Right hole fabric button Turn the hand wheel so the needle will enter Use the darning plate for button sewing (see p, 366). Thread tension right...
  • Page 41 Put in a Zipper It's as easy as A - B - Set the Machine pin on the "lght hand side EDEDED \Press Thread tension he pin on the lett hand side 3_o6 Top edge of fabric E: Zipper ..J tool Prepare your fabric.
  • Page 42 Sew _n the zipper. Attach the presser bar to the right pins Open the zipper, on the zipper foot. Fold back left seam allowance Lower presser foot and stitch shown. Lower the z_pper foot on the right side rest of the seam. at the bottom of the zipper so that...
  • Page 43 Put in a Zipper (Continued) R_ght slde of fabric Right side of fabric Right side of _abrlc 14. Stop about 2" from Remove the zipper foot and attach 10. Close zipper turn fabric presser bar to the left pmns on the zipper zipper.
  • Page 44 This section, discussing the many stitches available to you on ths machine is organized by the stitch numbers on your Chart of Stitch Patterns. There are some variations and overlaps, but generally the stitches are here m numerical order. However, you may know what you want to sew but may not be aware of the stitch...
  • Page 45 Chart of Sewing Functions Now that you are ram{liar with your machine and ready to sew, what are you going sew? The following chart tells (in alphabetical order) what sewing functions this machine performs and directs to the proper page detailed instructions, many...
  • Page 46 Stitch Pattern Chart Stitch .No. Foot Other Thread Pressure Pattern Attach. Needle Tension Dial Uses Refer to Page STRAIGHT Straight Check 2 _ 6 Quilting Regular seams, pmtueklng, quilting, zippers, gu=de Chart topstitching, darmng, mending, basttng, Darning gathering, etc. plate 50 _ 55 Zigzag Zipper...
  • Page 47 Stitch Pattern Chart (Continued) Thread Pressu re Other Refer to Page St=tch Uses Needle Foot Tension Dial Attach, Pattern Check Mend, darn, finish edges, apply trims, ZIGZAG Zigzag Chart embroider, gather buttons, n st tch (regular) monogram, decorative stitches 59 ~ 61 sewing patches, repairing...
  • Page 48: Transparent

    Stitch Pattern Chart (Continued) Stitch Other Thread Pressure Foot Needle Uses Refer to Page Pattern Attach, Tension Dial Blind Stitch BLIND Check stretch fabrics, more elastic Foot STITCH Chart BLIND Blind Stitch Check woven fabrics: blind STITCH Foot Chart overcasting SHELL Transparent Check...
  • Page 49 Stitch Pattern Chart (Continued) Stitch Other Thread Pressure Needle Foot Uae_ Refer to Page Pattern Attach, Tension Diat Check SMOCKING Zigzag _n smocking as a decorative stitch_ STITCH Chart Satm ....t FE ATH E R Check Zi£zag Hand-quilting stitch, used to reinforce stretch STITCH...
  • Page 50 Stitch Pattern Chart (Continued) Thread Other Pressure Stitch Refer to Page Needle Uses Foot Dial Tension Attach. Pattern I No. Smocking on children's clothes, blouses, Check Satin SMOCKING Chart curtains, etc. STITCHES I 431 Check Fill in designs already outlined with satin SAND Satin...
  • Page 51: A Straight Stitch

    Straight Stitches When you turn on your machine, it is auto- matically set to sew a straight s_itch (pattern rf i t, • Straight Stitch Set the Machine Press Thread [ens_on 2to6 the end of the seam, you want To sew a straight stitch: to reverse to lock the stitch.
  • Page 52 Topstitching Set the Machine Press 2to6 Thread tension Here's A: Zigzag foot Lower the presser foot, Keep the edge of the fabric next to the right edge of Foot Bl_nd slitch foot Evenly guide fabric along thts edge to produce an even row of topstitching The Stitch and its Uses...
  • Page 53 Straight Stitches (Continued) Position Your Needle for Topstitching The needle has three positions: left, center and right. © To position the needle to the right: To position the needle to the left: To position the needle at the center: Pressthe stitch width control button, Press the stitch width control button.
  • Page 54: Pintucking

    Pintucking Set the Machine liding guide Gu ide screw Press Thread _ension 3to6 Here's How Attach the blind stitch hem foot. Place the folded fabric under the presser foot. Blind Stitch foot Position the needle t/16" inside from the folded edge and }ower the presser foot.
  • Page 55: Quilting

    (Continued) Straight Stitches Quilting Set the Machine Quilter Press Thread te_tloq 3to6 Here's How To do quilting successfully, follow these simple steps: D: Quilter Loosen the quilter screw on the back of the presser foot as shown. Slide the quilting guide (D) into the opening...
  • Page 56 Gathering NOTE: Steps 3 and 4 are for 5/8" seam allowances. For other widths, adjust Set the Machine your fabric accordingly, _m,J_rSetu Sew the first of stitches with the right edge of Foot A on the edge of the fabric. Sew the second row with the right...
  • Page 57 Outline Stretch Set the Machine Thread _e_stor_ 3_o 6 Zigzag toot 81ue needle No, 1 1 Here's How: Place your fabr=c edge on the 6/8" seam line m order to produce a 5/8" The Stitch and Its Uses seam, This stitch pattern, a variation of the straight...
  • Page 58 Straight s_etch Set the Machine /[c Go J ..Thread A NOTE ON STRETCH STITCHING _[_i_slorl 2to6 Stretch stttching was developed to be used on stretch fabrics and knits, It can be used on other fabrics as well, It works welt on curved seams and on any...
  • Page 59: G, Blind Stitch Hem Foot

    Saddle Stitch Set the Machine G35DOO "Thread tension ;to6 Here's How Zigzag _oot Sew as you would for topstitchmg. To turn corners: Lower the needle into the fabric on the fourth stitch. Blind stitch hem foot Raise the presser foot and turn the fabric. Lower the presser foot and continue...
  • Page 60 Basic Zigzag Set the Machine Press Thread tensior_ 2 to5 Here's many ways to sew a zigzag strtch are as varied as the stitch patterns on this machine or as the width and length settings allow. Consult the specific variations for detailed directions.
  • Page 61: Satin Stttch []

    Zigzag Stitches [] (Continued) Satin Stitch [] Zigzag w_dth: Set the Machine Stitch length: [_] CZ]CX]_ @]CDG] _(Z] CZ]ii]CZ] > > < < < Stitch width:_ > asdesired < > Press Press Thread Stitch Length: 0.2 to 'L0 < _'enslon {or as desired) I _o4 Close to 0...
  • Page 62: Overcasting Stitch []

    Overcasting Stitch Set the Machine 3E3E3 ridge and brush guide Thread tension 2to 5 For overcasting folded fabric: NOTE: These wires keep light weight fabric from rolling into can a]so fold the raw edge of the ridge hold medium seam and overcast. weight fabric flat.
  • Page 63: Multiple Zigzag []

    Zigzag Stitches [] (Continued) Multiple Zigzag Set the Machine Thread tension 3_o6 A: Zigzag toot Here's How to Repair a Tear: Straight position the tear under the needle so that the stitching will catch The Stitch and Its Uses both sides.
  • Page 64: Overedge

    Overedge Seam Set the Machine oD (13@3(!3 Black ridge and brush Thread tension guide 3_o7 Here's How Place your fabric so that the raw edges Overedge toot under the w_re guides and touch black ridge and brush guide. Gently grade the fabric so that the raw The Stitch...
  • Page 65 Zigzag Stitches [_-_ (Continued) Q Knit Stitch Set the Machine Q3 53tl 8OOOOO Thread tension 3to 6 ¢ The Stitch and its Uses This knit stitch is ideal for sewing swlmwear Pressure Dial "1", so that stretch velour, because tt provides knit wit! retaLn its shape as you are sewmg.
  • Page 66 Use the B Foot for sewing next to a thick seam. Make sure the fabric around the needle and foot is slack. Kenmore Sensor Sew 70 can make three Not push or pull the fabric. types of buttonholes: *D__oo bunch fabric slightly all around...
  • Page 67 Buttonholes (Continued) 5_DrS_m Here's How Place the button on the fabric sample and mark the top and bottom determine the buttonhole length. NOTE: Before sew buttonholes on the actual garment, make several practice buttonholes. Be sure to duplicate exactly: NOTE: If the fabric is thick...
  • Page 68 5r, ns_rSe,,, "_ Press Press the first pattern selectEon button bartack. Press the Memory Button rounded for keyhole). The pattern indicator witl show: Bartack Lower the needle to the top mark. Rounded NOTE: assure more uniform length and shape of your buttonholes, Keyhoie keep...
  • Page 69 Bu o,.o, I Co. ..odi = Adjust the Stitch Density adjust stitch density the entire St=tch Density on One Side: buttonhole or of only one side. The stitches on each s=de of the buttonhole should stitch length button controls stitch be the same stitch density.
  • Page 70 Corded Bu_onhoies :i[] Set the Machine Stitch Width 4 to 5 Thread tension With the buttonhole foot raised, hook the filler cord on the cord spur at the back of the buttonhole foot. 1 to5 J: Sliding buttonhole Bring the ends toward you under the buttonhole foot...
  • Page 71 Hemming and Edging Stitches _ [] Hemming and Edging garments, table- cloths, napkins craft items have often required careful hand sewing produce a professional, finished look, your Sensor Sew 70 can do these precision stitches much faster more premsely than you ever dreamed The Stitches covered...
  • Page 72: Blind Stitch

    Blind Hem Stitch (stretch) Blind Hem Stitch {woven) Set the Machine l/8" oD C D/I Whenthe i_:--_-When needle comes needte Sliding Light Weight Fab¢_c to the left comes to the Thread tension "_ r_ght lto4 2/8" G. Blind stitch hem foot Heavy Weight Fabric The Stitches and Their...
  • Page 73 Hemmingand Edging Stitches (Continued) Shell Stitch Set the Machine 5P.mao_em ° Woven Fabrics Here*s How For best effect-- Thread tension set the stitch width and length as you desire. you may need to tighten the top thread slightly, 6to9 allow the needle to just clear...
  • Page 74: Scallop Stitch []

    Scallop Stitch Set the Machine Right _ fabric Here's How Sew your scallops at teast 3/8" from the folded edge. Thread "[ension After stttching, trim fabric close to the stitching. Be careful not to cut the 3to6 thread. Helpful Hints A: Zigzag foot For thin fabrics:...
  • Page 75 Hemming and Edging Stitches []"(Continued) Cut-Out Work Edging and Applique Set the Machine Thread _enslon F' Satin stt'_ch Herds How - For Cut-Out Work Here's How -- For Applique foot Use a fusible heavy weight interfacing Choose a simple design and trace the outline behind...
  • Page 76: Feather Stitch []

    Reinforcing Stitches and [] Feather Stitch Set the Machine • • O000oi • • • @ DQ3G} • • • • • "O • • • • • • • • • Thread tension 1 tOZi "&'.O,OO; • • • •...
  • Page 77 (Continued) Reinforcing StitChes Fagoting Stitch Set the Machine Right side of _abrtc ..Paper Here's How Thread tension Fold under each fabric edge 1/2" 3to 7 press. Pin the two edges to paper or tear*away backing 1/8" apart. s}owty, guiding fabric so the Setm stitch...
  • Page 78: Elastic Casing Stitch []

    Elastic Casing Stitch Set the Machine @38o@3 Here's How Slide a p_ece of 1/8" elastic under Thread tens}on foot, then up through the slot _n Foot 3to7 (satin stitch). Sew the elastic on the wrong side of the fabric, pulling _t gent_y to avoid sewing F"...
  • Page 79 Decorate with Geometric Patterns Set the Machine llD o® Here's How 1÷ Adjust stitch width length you desire. Practice the stitch on a scrap of fabric, Thread tensjon Mark lines decoration on the fabrtc, using a washable fabric marker. t to4 Helpful Hint Lower...
  • Page 80: Straight

    Cross Stitch Set the Machine Thread tenslon Here's How For Cross-Stitching Without a Pattern: Satin _t_tch toot Choose a plain close weave fabric such as linen Start m the center of the design and sew the or wool flannel for the background fabric.
  • Page 81: Smocking []

    Smocking (or any decorative stitch) Stepli (7to8) Step l Ilto6) Set the Machine 3/8" Wrong side tPD GGOD of fabric Thread tension I to4 Here's How Choose a soft, tightweight fabric such as batiste, gingham or chaltis. Satin stitch Cut the fabric three times the finished width.
  • Page 82: Sand Stitch []

    Sand Stitch Set the Machine Thread tension 1 to4 Satin stttch foot Pressure diat: i or 2 Here's The Stitch and its Uses Outline pattern with a Satin Stitch sand stitch fills in outlined embroidery designs. Set stitch w_dth at "1.5"_ Set stitch length at "0,3"...
  • Page 83: One Cycle Stitching

    Program Decorative Stitch Patterns i _i [] i etc . program stitch pattern combmat=ons, press the pattern selection buttons • Two Cycle Stitching in the order shown. sew two stitch pattern, press the memory button twice after selecting the stitch pattern numbers.
  • Page 84: Pattern Single Units

    • Pattern Single Units (Aid to Programming) The patterns shown in the upper co{umn are the units of each pattern sewn when the memory button is touched once. Each buttonhole is automatically locked at the end, "Auto-Lock "' stitch is already programmed on the buttonhole stitching...
  • Page 85 Program Decorative Stitch Patterns []: _ i [] etc. (Continued) TO Adjust a Distorted Pattern Corn pressed Patterns: Drawn Out Pattern: Correct turning feed balance dia! Correct turning feed balance dial toward "+'" large screw toward the "-" driver in your accessory box, If decorattve...
  • Page 86 Monogramming [0[0-_-_ Your machine will sew the 26 letters of the alphabet, the period and leave a space, plus the numbers from r" 0 to 9, You program entire words and sentences. -e',.,- e- I- _'.oL ÷,..,_ J-L J_ o.L Step K oI.._M, 1"\...
  • Page 87: Reduce The Size Of Numbers And Letters

    Reduce the Size of Numbers and Letters Here's How 7 mm Program the stitch pattern comblnatlons. Press the foot control, When the needle comes to po=nt_(see illustration) and the indicator screen shows pattern , release the toot control at once. Adjust the stitch width...
  • Page 88 PROBLEM PROBABLE CAUSE CORRECTION The machine does not work, A single digit number was programmed. Two digit number must be programmed. A number without pattern was selected. A number in the stitch package chart must be selected. The machine does not work and the The area of feed dogs is filled with...
  • Page 89 What to DoWhen icontinued) PROBLEM PROBABLE CAUSE CORRECTION Monograms and buttonholes Machine was not allowed to complete Hold down the foot control until the machine identical last few stitches, stopped. incorrect s_ze needle, Choose correct sJze needle for thread and fabric, Bent or blunt needle.
  • Page 90: Replace The Light Bulb

    Replace the Light Bulb Unplug machine and open the face cover. CAUTION! light bulb will be HOT. Protect your fingers when you handle Push bulb and turn bulb counter-clockwtse to remove Put the bulb in by turning clock- w3se and pushing...
  • Page 91: Clean The Bobbin Holder

    Clean the Bobbin Holder insure that your machine operates at its best, need to keep essential parts clean at all times. The bobbm area can attract dust and tint. Your machine can become sluggish or knock loudly if a thread is caught.
  • Page 92: Clean The Hook Race And Feed Dogs

    Clean the Hook Race and Feed Dogs Red marks ..Unplug machine and remove Take out the bobbin. Lift up the Use the lint brush in the accessory Line up the red marks and place the presser foot and needle. bobbin holder and remove...
  • Page 93: The Underside

    Oil the Underside Oil the Face Cover Plate Fig. 1 Oil at those points indicated by short arrows in the il|ustration above. Fig. 2 No other oiting is required. REMOVE cover or base cover, customer service required in these areas. Tiltthe machine head back.
  • Page 94 PARTS LIST ;jr"...
  • Page 95: Sliding

    PARTS LIST (Continued) All parts listed hereto may be ordered from any Sears Roebuck Ref. No. Part No, Description and Co. store or serwce center, *20-6868 Bobbin box with 10 bobbins WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS G_VE THE 625031005 Thread spool pm FOLLOWING INFORMATION:...
  • Page 96: Controt

    INDEX Accessories ....Elastic casings ..... 44, 48, 77 Memory button ....Alphabet & numbers ..85, 86 Extension tabIe ... Monogramming 85, 86 ....Appliqumng ....Muttrple zigzag stitching ..46, 62 "Auto-Lock" button ..5, 34 Fabric. needle, thread stitch length...
  • Page 97 INDEX (Continued) Qui I ter ....Thread guide ....6, 24 Quilting......Thread tens+ons ... 26, 27 Thread tens+on dial ..5, 26 Top cover ....Topst_tch)ng ....51, 52 Top thread ... 24--+26 Replacing bobbin h older..Turmng a square corner ..
  • Page 98 ÷ ÷ WARRANTY ÷ ÷ FULL 25-YEAR WARRANTY ON SEWING MACHINE HEAD 25 years from the date of purchase, Sears will, free of charge, repair defects _n material or workmanship which appear in the sewing machine head. FULL YEAR WARRANTY ON ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT OF SEWING...
  • Page 99 SEWING MACHINE that you have purchased your Kenmore Sewing Machine, should a need ever exist for repair parts or service, s_mpty contact any Sears Service Center and most Sears, Roebuck and Co., Stores. Be sure to provide all pertinent facts when you call or wsit.

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