Use darning thread.
With a little practice, you will find it easy to darn by
3 Keep the fingers as close to the darning foot as
machine and thereby make your household linen,
possible and finish the darn by sewing parallel
undergarments, working clothes, etc. last two to three
serpentines backwards and forwards. To reinforce
worn-out spots, it is not necessary to sew a
1 First put the darning plate (a) in place and then
attach the darning foot.
Threading Very Slippery Threads
The darning plate simplifies darning without a
Certain very slippery threads (usually synthetic) can
darning hoop, since it covers the openings in the
tend to fall In spirals from the spool onto the machine.
needle plate making Itunnecessaryto haveaspecial
additional mechanism for lowering the feed dog.
4 To avoid this, place the removable spool pin on
the bobbin winder stop, as well as the spool.
The darning foot does not have a removable
Raise the retractable spool pin and pass the
sole. Unscrew the fixing screw and remove the
thread through the hole (a). Next, thread in the
foot support. Attach the darning foot from the
rear. The lever of the foot touches the rear of
the stud (b) on the needle clamp.
Threading when using Twin Needle
5 Place the removable spool pin on the bobbin
Turn the stitch width and length dials to the position
winder stop, as well as the spool. Place the
second spool on the retractable spool pin, after
having raised It Hold the 2 threads and thread
Don't forget to lower the presser foot before
them together in the usual way, up to the needle
starting to darn and hold back the threads.
clamp (see pages 16-17).
6 Next pass a thread to one side and the other to
2 Lower the needle into the material. Stretch the
the other side of the needle clamp. Thread the two
material tightly between the fingers and sew a
eyes of the needle. Draw up the lower thread In
screen of closely woven stitches, moving from
the usual way, but holding the 2 upper threads
right to left and vice versa.