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Bobbin Work Free Motion Sewing; Finishing The Thread Ends - Brother 882-C50 Operational Manual

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When you have reached the end of the
stitching area, stop the machine.
Note
• Do not sew reverse/reinforcement stitches
at the end of the stitching, otherwise the
threads may become tangled or the needle
may break. In addition, it will be difficult to
pull the bobbin thread up to the wrong side
of the fabric.
r
Raise the needle and presser foot.
s
Leaving about 10 cm (approx. 4 inches) of
thread at the ends, use scissors to cut the
threads.
a 10 cm (approx. 4 inches)
Note
• Do not press the "Thread Cutter" button to
cut the threads, otherwise the machine may
be damaged.

■ Finishing the thread ends

a
At the end of the stitching, use a hand
sewing needle to bring the bobbin thread
up to the wrong side of the fabric.
a Wrong side of fabric
b Bobbin thread
Note
• If it is difficult to place bobbin thread
through the eye of a hand sewing needle,
use a ribbon embroidery needle to pull the
thread up to the wrong side of the fabric.
Otherwise, use an awl to pull up the bobbin
thread.
CREATING BOBBIN WORK (SEWING)
b
Working from the wrong side of the fabric,
tie the bobbin and upper threads together
by hand. Cut away excess threads with
scissors.
a Wrong side of fabric
b Right side of fabric
Note
• To ensure threads do not come undone
after being tied place a drop of fabric glue
on knots.
c
If the desired results could not be achieved,
adjust the tension of the bobbin thread and
of the upper thread, and then try sewing the
stitching again.
For more details, refer to "ADJUSTING THE
THREAD TENSION" on page A-16.
Bobbin Work Free Motion
Sewing
If so desired, use a template or draw your design
on the stabilizer to allow for ease of stitching.
Remember, your stitches with your decorative
thread will be on the underneath side of your
fabric and the stabilizer will be on the top of the
wrong side of your fabric.
*
For information about using free motion open toe
quilting foot "O" refer to "Free Motion Quilting" on
page S-40.
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Appendix A-11

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