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Button Sewing - Brother Sewing Machine Operation Manual

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UTILITY STITCHES

Button sewing

Buttons can be sewn on with the sewing machine.
Buttons with two or with four holes can be attached.
a
Measure the distance between the holes in the
button to be attached.
b
Raise the presser foot lever, and then slide the
drop feed lever, located at the rear of the
machine on the base, to
seen from the rear of the machine).
a
a Drop feed lever (as seen from the rear of the
machine)
The feed dogs are lowered.
c
Attach button-sewing foot "M".
• For details, refer to "Replacing the presser
foot" (page 44).
94
d
e
(to the left as
f
61
Select stitch
.
• For details, refer to "Selecting stitching" (page
51).
• Since the end of the thread will be tied off
later, do not set the sewing machine for
programmed-thread cutting.
Adjust the stitch width so that it is the same as
the distance between the holes in the button.
Place the button in the position where it will
be sewn, and lower the presser foot lever.
a
a Button
The button is held in place.
• When attaching four-hole buttons, first sew
the two holes closest to you. Then, slide the
button so that the needle goes into the two
holes toward the rear of the sewing machine,
and then sew them in the same way.

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