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Dear

Housewife,

At

for

last

you

Sewing

are the

proud

Machine.

owner of the much

longed

The

you

machine

ore

now

to

ed

the

on

great

it,

wos

explained

to

forward

you

with

work

that

can

in

detoil,

and

looking

variety

of

much

be

pleasure

perform

Although

possible

everything

that

in

time

to

you

for

making

escape

you

will

your

memory

immediately

is

still

quite

clear

to

you,

is

some

of

the

the

various

because,

directions

adjustments

given

may

is

unlikely

that

try

your

hand

at

att

the

diffe

rent

sewing

work

which

your

machine

con

do.

We

have

therefore

prepared

this

informative

Book

of

ristiuctions,

Before

briefly

have

ot

and

using

the

hope

your

you

will

find

we

it

a

useful

you

to

that

will

the

guide.

glance

you

help

will

you

chapters.

maclime

of

this

of its

on

advise

pages

idea

later

booklet,

so

contents,

to

any

one

This

of

a

rough

reverting

when

is

good

numbered

plan

to

open

out

that

to

contents

the

text

The

the

left

page

he

book,

1;

the

in

information

conjunction

parts

in

given

on

with

named

the

in

page

page

of

are

should

the

read

The

various

and

clearly

marked

shown

illustrations

on

pages

clarity

and

2

and

are

also

understanding

of

provided

for

greater

these

instructions.

Moreover,

your

attention

is

drown

particularly

to

1,

chapters

 

2

and

5.

After

reading

these

you

will

have

become

thoroughly ocquointed

with

the

work

ing

principle

 

of

your

sewing

machine;

you

will

look

upon

it

as

a

living

thing

that

has

been

placed

under

your

care

and

protection.

 

The

more

you

understand

your

machine,

and

what

you

con

do

with

it,

the

greater

will

be

your

appre

ciation

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Contents

 

1

Important

Hints

 

Page

4

Relative

Needle

Sizes

and

Thread

Numbers

4

1. Preparing

fec

Sewing

 

5

2. Sewing

 

9

3. Working

with

Special

Presser

Feet

 

12

4.

Darning

 

15

5.

Cleaning

and

Oiling

 

17

(S

Cause

and

Remedy

of

Faults

 

20

The

Standard

Equipment

of

the

machine

includes:

 
 

1

Standard

Presser

Foot

No.

552

1

Edger

Na,

153a

‘1

Guide

No.

5350

1

Thumb

Screw

No.

10433

 

“2

1

‘1

1

Hemmers

(No.

OK

827

‘—

narrow;

and

No.

OK

824

a

little

wider)

Feller

No,

GK

823

 

Quilting

Guide

No.

101;

1

Holder

No.

Z-l016

 

Feed

Cover

Plate

for

Darning,

No.

GK

4465

 

5

Bobbins No.

828

1

Packet

of

assorted

Machine

Sewing

Needles,

System

No.

705

2

Sci’ewdi’ivers

1

Battle

Sewing

Machine

Oil

1

Oil

Can

1

Threader

No,

188

1

Thread

Take.Up

Spring

No.

761

(Spare)

1

Book

of

Instructions

upon

request

ond

a

additional

charge

 

Hemmer

Na.

GK 821

narrow,

only

upon

request

and

at

additional

charge

 

Bard

The

Wheel

Shi(ier

Sewing

Machine

Stand

E

Treadle

Coreporirneni

tor

housrng

Bondwheel

Crank

and

Machine

Head

when

Prlrrrorr

lowered

3

‘Jhen

treadling,

leave

proct

maclone

eoded,

,nnd

70 rind,

there

material

under

presser

40--

60 70—

90 loot,

bar

be

kept

presser

position,

F ,,e

Leo

sri is

30--

40 90-110

otherwise

teeth

feed

dog

blunted.

get

treadle.

right

hand

balance

wheel

towards

and

over

start

Before

exceptionally

heavy

eadling

ti

should

pressure

materials,

alternately

needle

exerted

and

thread

and

order

a remnant.

obtain

steady

running

machine.

under

thread

(bobbin

thread)

preferably

thread

thread.

upper

Setting

Needle

thread

(bobbin

thread)

preferably

needle

bar

highest,

presser bar,

and

under

thread

upper

nnd

take

needle

between

forefinger

and

should

be alike.

hand,

making

that

We

recommend

needle

darning,

and

cotton

groove

needle

clomp,

under

thread,

upper

together

needle

hood

tighten

needle

clamp.

4

Important

hints

 

I

 

Sewing

Machine

Oil

and

Needles

best

purchased

are

[1.

 

for

sewing

Preparing

from

a

Sewing

Machine

Expert

Dealer,

or

from

the Supp

 

hers

of

your

machine.

Never

use

just

any

kind

 

of

lubri Ike Treadle

Mechanism

 

cotinq

if

your

oil

machine.

you

cjo,

it

will

gum

the

woi

king

parts

 

of

tIlt

sewing

heud

the

from

its

comportment,

and

place

the

The

 

bell

open

ovei

the

balance

wheel.

Draw

both

ends

of

system

number

of

the

sewing

needle

to

be

used

 

on

the

through

belt

the

holes

in

bedplate

the

and

comport

the machine

is

705;

this

number

is

stamped

on

the

bed-

ment.

The

belt

end

at

the

back

between

taken

must

then

be

plate

 

slide

of

machine.

your

   

the

and

pitmon

the

bandwheel,

brought

and

be

to

the

Ii

 

Itont

where

both

ends

ore

hooked

then

together,

and

 

have

it

is necessory

to

machine

repaired,

your

p

I

e

a

s

e

joined

means

firmly

by

of

flattening

metal

the

connection

let

only

sewing

machine

experts

do

the

with

aid

place

under

the

of

pliers.

Next,

the

belt

the

belt

work.

 

shifter,

turn

the

hondwheel

towards

over

and

you,

let

 

eLse

belt

mount

the

wheel,

When

wishing

drop

to

the

Machine

Head

Sewing

out

of

the

way

turn

the

bandwheel

Relative

Needle

and

thread

sizes

numbers:

 

aver

towards

you,

and,

at

same

the

time,

press

the

belt

 

to

tfie

right

so

thol

it

caine

will

off

lfse

wfseel.

 

Closs

ot

Work

 

Tlsreod

No

Needle

No

 

Treadling

 

Fine [

jeers

Mediu,n-W,oqhi

Irony I

Wool

en

Colic,,

linen

Goods,

Goods

ned

Coiton

Goods

her, I

Co,

For the

sewiisg

try

out

slightly softer and

For

silk;

the under

for

woi k

of

the

finer

this

kind

los

No.

the

60—70.

that

cinci

for

the

than

or

for

60-100

very

on

60-

fine texture

use

a

1)0th

be

to

so

the

ising

long

as

feet,

turn

the

side

the

with

by

an

is

no

must

of

the

side,

on

the

even

rhythm.

by

of

your

the

the

in

will

the

unthm

the

lifted

An

even

toes

With

you,

your

beefs

in

Place

the

No.

50

with

he

the

use

a Raise

the

used

the

your

ihe

left

is

to

left.

up

Now

as

insert

it

will

screw

go.

on

thumb

to

its

lower

thumb

the

the

tfse

sure

right,

into

the

the

the

flat

on

long

neecfle

Finally,

the

with

your

right

the

shank

to

as

of

of

the

far

the

5

Attaching

the

Presser

Foot

llowiiig

rise

slight

it

all

normal

raised

sewing

position

work

use the

stan

shuttle

dard

easily

be

can

loot

No.

presser

Raise

shuttle

out.

needle

highest

point,

and

op-side-down,

and

the

the

bar

lifter.

presser

Take

bobl,in

the

into

presser

your

foot

with

hand.

right

hand

and

your

Ii orn

be

push

the

it

presser bar,

on

against

the

Before

winding

the

tighten

thread

screw.

the

with

screw

Fiq

3

the

bobbin

the

an

hand,

and

sew

your

then

screw

ihg

mechanism

be

action,

driver

clone

finol

lightening.

by

holding

the

balance

wheel

with

hand

and

your

loosening

the

stop motion

which

fitted

screw,

the

Upper

Threading

the

holonce

centre

wheel,

with

right

hand,

your

turning

the

outwards,

far

screw

Next

as

as

go.

reel

the

thread

the

cotton

Ii

the

spool

reel

on

mouriterf

am

spool

on

through

pin

through

and

draw

the

the

thread

winder

see

thread

---

tension

and

then

insert

the

end

the

thread

through

through

guide

then

down

the

holes

the

one

shoulder

the

bobbin.

the

between

the

tension

When

inserting

the bobbin

into

bobbin

winder,

make

discs

then

under

that

the

the

small

regulator

bobbin

sure

centre

plate

the

left.

on

winder

spring

hearing

and

hen

he

from

pressed

front

r

outwards

by

lever

means

buck

through

the

thread

take-up

enable

insertion

easy

lever

down

and

behind

thread

the

bobbin.

soon

guide

through

the

the

bobbin

eyelet

has

as

been

needle

correctly

clamp,

posi

and

finally

from

tioned

the

bearing

right

through

the

0

the

eye

drown

inwards

the

needle

spring, thus

act

a

firmly

retaining

the

bobbin

Under Threading

position.

Now

lever

press

Removing

bring

the

the

winder

into

and

Pullout

4

with

contact

the

the

berlplote

ba

slide

the

front,

the

as

as

go.

lance

wheel,

the

latter

into

balance

motion

wheel

turning

towards

over

the

shuttle

right

you

towards

and

you,

treodliag.

commence

winder

stops

Press

right

the

small

latch

outomoticalfy

fitted

the

bobbin

as

soon

loaded.

as

Fi

the

shuttle

nally

the

thus

motion screw

stop

releasing

ncr

the

he

shuttle

retightened

and

order

to

the

restore

connection

with

the

stitch-forming

mechanism.

1)

7

Fç1

1

in front

of

you.

coi

For

the

low

left

for

to

its

to

First

Plcice

a

(Fig.

to

b,

to

d,

e,

2),

left

of

ii,

up,

552,

(Fig.

use

Shuttle

to

to

(Fig.

the

3),

Bobbin:

for

until

it

will

1).

a

of

I

Turn

is

lift

and

to

on

left

to

ly.

Ihe

In

tciFen

this

to

Turn

fall

the

let

to

must

di ow

The

of

of

of

cjuicfe

a

ii,

smrill

left

of

As

a,

to

ion

of

in

by

ann

a,

set

is

to

put

Fig

in

4,

con

out

of

the

of

must

is

it

This

left

is

wilt

of

is

on

The

by

fully

in

is

in

by

pin

Fg

n

it

Threading

the

Shuttle

L2L

Tal<o

the

shuttle,

point

down,

Sewmçj

into

left

hand

with

and

your

right

your

hand

insert

bobbin,

he

also

with

point

down,

ts

from

0 eneral

obove

into

the

shuttle,

that

the

thread

let

so

Fr all

is

off

from left

normal

right (Fig.

sewing

to

5).

warts

Dra’N

standard presser

use

foot,

F’Jo

the

552. Move

thread

through

the

the

thread

slot a,

which

toke.up

lever to

its

highest

point.

is

Place

near the

the

edge

of

the

material under

shuttle,

the

and

presser foot,

lower

the presser

then

bar lifter,

the

delivery

to

Ii near

hole

and

start

to sew.

Do

pull

not

the

muterial, but

the

point of

the

only

shuttle

guide

Alter

see Fig.

6.

it.

hove

practised

you

sufficiently on

From

there

take

the

reninants,

tfsread

uncfer

some

make

ci few

stitch

to

runs

test the stitch length and the threcid

the

spring

i and

again,

up

tension,

as

to

ensure

that

shown in

they

Fig.

are satisfactory

7. The

shuttle

and

is

suitoble

for

the

pro.

fabric

to

be

perly

threaded

sewn.

the

thread

if

con

be

drawn

freely.

out

When sewing

lioi

cI or

thick

of the

ports

mnteriol,

or when

stitching aci oss

assist the

seams,

needle

by

carefully

turning the

Replacing

the

Shuttle

balance wheel

with

hand.

This

your

will

pro.

vent the

needle

from

bending

breaking.

Before

or

sewing

When

returning

the

the corner

Shuttle

to the

of

seam draw

with

ci

a hand

sewing

needle

machine

make

that

a thread

the

through

small

sure

the

material,

and then

along

sew

spring

one

is

edge.

and

top,

the

Turn

on

t he

point

(Ii ft

the

corner

bai before

presser

turning,

turned

towards you.

and then

lower

again),

and continue

it

to

while

hold.

sew

ing bath

ends

of

the tacking

thread.

This svciy

stop.

any

which,

otherwise,

page

easily

can

will

Drawing

be

the

occur

prevented.

Under

Thread

through

the

Needle

Plate

Adjusting the

Hold

the

end

of

Lenqth

the

of

thread,

Stitch

upper

leaving

the

thread

slack.

Turn

the

The machine

has in

balance

front—on

wheel

towards

over

you to

the

right

a stitch

let

regulating

the

needle

lever

travel

down

and

ii

up

(Fig.

“,hich

9)

to

is

fitted

again

a knob

highest

its

b with

to

point.

doing

In

which the

rnquirerl stitch

length

it

will

loop

the

can be

so

under

tfiread

the

set on

scale

r. “0”

draw

the scale

and

it

through

mdi

on

the

needle

up

cafes neutral

position.

You

pfate (Fig.

increase

The

the

8).

end

of

the

thread

shtch by

turning

the

knob

anti.clockwise

then

be

drawn

can

fully,

and,

out

aid pushing

the

lever downwards.

together

with

the

To

thread,

be

upper

decrease the

length

of

stitch

placed

under

and

behind

the

must

you

pres

pull the

lever

towards

“0”.

foot.

After

up

each

Fiq,

S car

sctiiig you

slightly

must

tighten

the

8

9

direction.

a clockwise

wish

it in

If

knob

turning

by

If

however

you

stitches

loop

the

underside

on

of

the

work

lever

first

push

the

do

sewing

passed

must

to

(Fig.

you

reverse

11)

the

thread

is

upper

slack,

too

and

be

given

must

the

right

and

‘0”

top.

to

up

tension

more

by

turning

the

thumb

nut

the

right,

to

i.

e.

in

ci clockwise

direction.

If

after

adiusting

the

upper

Thread

Tensions

Regulating

the

thread

tension

the

loops

continue

he

formed

to

the

an

underside

of

the

threod

material,

turning

by

is

regulated

tension

The

it

is

possible

upper

that

the

under

thread

lbs

Clockwise

discs.

thread

been

tension

thumb

the

the

of

tensioned

nut

too

severely,

and

must

you

slacken

anti-clockwise

the tension;

turning

off a

adlust

little

ucreuse

it

by

turning

Wi11

the

small

(Fig.

screw

7)

i/

ment will

reduce

slightly

ii.

the

left,

to

e. in

anti-clockwise

on

direction.

is

turning

tension

by

under

regulated

thread

The

Loops

forming

of

top

the

aid

with

on

the

ii (Fig.

n screwdriver.

of

the

material

7)

small

(Fig.

12)

screw

be

may

owing

excessive

to

incredses

adjusting

when

Here,

clock

tension

the

thread

too,

tension.

upper

Correct

the

tension

by

od1usting anti-clockwise.

turning

dcci eases

when

wise,

and

the

thumb

nut

tension

discs

on

to

the

left.

Only

of

if

the

above-named

none

odtustments

corrects

the

stitch-forming,

should

the

under

thread

be

given

more

tension,

tO

Fc1

by

turning

the

(Fig.

7)

screw

the

to

right.

i/

r-rzztEEE

Regulating

the

Pressure on

Material

it

Fig

The

bar

is

presser

normal

set

at

which

will

pressure

be

found

satisfactory

and

a steady

ensure

feed

when

work

ing

light

rind

medium

on

weight

materials.

Only

when

sewing

exceptionally

heavy

hard

materials

or

is

greater

required.

pressure

To

increase

the

the

adjust

pressure

ment

of

screw

top

the

bar

on

incorrect

be

Usually

be

tension will

experienced

the

turned

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