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Sewing Hook-and-loop Fastener - Brother Sewing Machine Operation Manual

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SEWING BASICS
■ Using the knee lifter
a
Stop the sewing machine.
• Do not use the knee lifter while the sewing
machine is operating.
b
With your knee, press the knee lifter to the
right.
Keep the knee lifter pressed to the right.
The presser foot is raised.
Release the knee lifter.
c
The presser foot is lowered.
CAUTION
● While sewing, keep your knee away from
the knee lifter. If the knee lifter is pressed
while the sewing machine is operating,
the needle may break or the machine may
be damaged.
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Sewing hook-and-loop
fastener
CAUTION
● Use only the ungummed hook-and-loop
fastener which is for sewing. If the glue is
attached to the needle or the bobbin hook
race, it may cause malfunction.
● If the hook-and-loop fastener is sewn with
the thin needle (65/9-75/11), the needle
may bend or break.
Note
Before start sewing, baste together the fabric
and the hook-and-loop fastener.
Make sure that the needle passes through the hook-
and-loop fastener by turning the handwheel and
lower the needle into the hook-and-loop fastener
before sewing. And then, sew the edge of the hook-
and-loop fastener at a slow speed.
If the needle does not pass through the hook-and-
loop fastener, replace the needle with the needle for
thick fabrics (page 41).
a Edge of the hook-and-loop fastener

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