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your hits - Vendio Gallery Payment | | Additional Information Singer Student Featherlight Sewing Machine Manual CD 39 Click to view supersized image Singer Students Manual of Machine Sewing! CD Republication™ Originally Published - 1939! Up for bid is another marvelous Dakota Prairie Treasures CD Republication™ of the original Students Manual of Machine Sewing by Singer with NO RESERVE! We scanned and reformatted a scare original and are pleased to offer you this wonderful vintage Depression Era Sewing Machine Use, Maintenance and Attachment Instruction Manual for your personal recreation or professional sewing pleasures! This item has clear, concise directions to use and maintain various Singer Featherweight Sewing Machines! These books frequently sell for $50 to $102.50 each on Atomic Mall! So Dakota Prairie Treasures CD Republication™ is a economical option to obtain this scare sewing machine manual at a reasonable cost! (Original is not for sale) All Dakota Prairie Treasures CD Republications™ are viewable on Windows, Mac and Linux PC operating systems! This item is a great resource for those who are antique Singer and Featherweight collectors and repairmen, sewing enthusiasts, students of historical clothing, fiber and textile arts, etc! This is certainly a fine source of historically valuable information, techniques and inspiration for the creative dress seamstress and fabric artists out there who love to recreate clothing using the very best sewing machines manufactured in the Depression Era. I have a half dozen of the various Featherweight models with all the attachments and this guide ends the confusion of how to use them! This is the perfect opportunity to purchase your own version of another wonderful craft instructional revealing our heritage from an earlier America culture! An Excerpt: The great aim in education is to equip the scholar...regarding the care and operation of the Family Sewing Machine to obtain best results . Success in home sewing depends greatly on the ability to use to the fullest extent the modern sewing machine and its various attachments...It is our hope the the instruction contained in this booklet will enable you to learn the proper care and operation of your sewing machine, so that you can obtain the greatest benefit from its use. CONTENTS General Instructions for the Care and Operation of Family Sewing Machin es The Principal Parts of Lock-Stitch Sewing Machines and Their Uses (Class 66 Machines) Head Arm Spool Pin Bed Balance Wheel Bobbin Winder Stitch Regulator Upper Tension Thread Take-up Needle Bar Presser Bar Face Plate Throat Plate Feed Dog Bed Slide Bobbin Shuttle or Bobbin Case Rotary or Oscillating Hook Lower Tension Singerlight Three-pin Terminal Special Features of the 15-91 and 201-2 Machines Bobbin Winder Stitch Regulating Thumb Screw Direction Control Lever Upper Tension Indicator Feed Lowering Device Formation of the Lock Stitch Winding the Bobbins Evenly Machines 15-88 to 15-91 Increasing the Pressure on the Bobbin Winder Proper Needle and Thread Important Testing a Needle Setting the Needle Properly Machines 15-30, 66, etc. Machines 5-88, 201 and 221 The Necessity for Proper Tensions How to Adjust the Tensions Testing Upper and Lower Tensions Together Preparing to Sew Pulling Up Under Thread Beginning a Seam Finishing a Seam Hints for Sewing Various Seams The Cloth Guide Regulating the Length of Stitch Singer Machines 66, 99 and 127 Singer Machines 15-30 and 115 Singer Machine 66-8 Regulating the Length of Stitch on Reverse Feeding Machines Machines 15-88 to 15-91 and 201 Machine 221-1 Reverse Feeding on Fine Materials Adjusting the Pressure on the Presser Bar Cleaning and Oiling Oiling the Machine Head The Belt Shifter Oiling the Bobbin Winder Removing Gummed Oil Common Causes of Machine Troubles Causes of Upper Thread Breaking Causes of Lower Thread Breaking To Avoid Breaking Needles Skipping Stitches Stitches Looping Machine Not Feeding Properly Machine Working Heavily Puckered Seams Noisy Treadle Threading Vibrating or Long Shuttle Machine No. 127 Upper Threading Under Threading Drawing Up the Under Thread Threading Oscillating Hook Machine No. 66 Upper Threading Under Threading Threading Oscillating Shuttle Machine Nos. 15-88 to 15-91 Upper Threading Under Threading Threading Horizontal Rotary Hook Machine No. 201 Upper Threading Under Threading The Binder and Its Many Uses Applied to Family Sewing Binding Without Basting How to Cut Material for Use with the Binder The Bias Cutting Gauge Attaching the Binder to the Machine Inserting the Binding in the Binder Cutting Point on Binding Binding May be Purchased Cut and Folded for Use with the Binder Inserting Folded Binding in Outside Slot The Adjustment and Operation of the Binder Adjusting the Binder Plain Bound Seams Open Bound Seams Binding Outside Curves Binding Inside Curves Applying a French Fold to a Curve Binding Plackets Bound Scallops Applying Military Braid with the Binder Binding and Applying Rick-Rack Braid to the Edge of a Garment at One Stitching Making Button Loops with the Binder Bound Buttonholes Made with the Binder Starting Bound Buttonholes Binding Pieces Together Uses for the Foot Hemmer and the Adjustable Hemmer The Foot Hemmer How to Start the Hem at the Very Edge Making a Hem with the Foot Hemmer Making a Hemmed Seam with the Foot Hemmer Hemming and Sewing on Lace as One Operation Hemming Fine Materials with the Foot Hemmer The Adjustable Hemmer How to Adjust the Hemmer for Hems of Various Widths How to Insert the Material in the Adjustable Hemmer Hemming Soft Material How to Prepare a Hem on Table Linen Making a Wide Hem with the Adjustable Hemmer The Practical Use of the Tucker The Parts of the Tucker and Their Uses The Tuck Guide The Tuck Scale The Tuck Guide Adjusting Screw The Space Scale Adjusting Screw The Marking Lever The Tucker Where to Oil the Tucker To Attach the Tucker to the Machine How to Adjust the Scales on the Tucker Where to Insert the Material to be Tucked How to Tuck Silk or Chiffon How to Make Fine Tucks and Cross Tucking Cross Tucking The Ruffler The Many Practical Uses of the Ruffler The Parts of the Ruffler and Their Uses Foot Fork Arm Adjusting Screw Projection Adjusting Lever Adjusting Finger Separator Guide Ruffling Blade Separator Blade Oiling the Ruffler Attaching the Ruffler to the Machine To Adjust the Ruffler for Gathering Inserting the Material in the Ruffler and Making a Plain Gather Making a Ruffle and Sewing It to the Garment at One Operation A Facing May be Added at the Same Time the Ruffle is Made Applying Rows of Ruffles to a Garment Adjusting the Ruffler for Plaiting To Adjust the Ruffler for Group Plaiting and Gathering How to Test the Ruffle for Fullness How to Slide the Gathers on the Thread Finishing a Ruffled Seam with Binding Finishing a Ruffle with a French Seam Plaited Lace or Ribbon The Electric Sewing Machine Types of Electric Sewing Machines Featherweight Portable Electric Machines Singer 221-1 Portable Electric Chain Stitch Machine Class 24-80 Electric Cabinet Machines Machine 2-1-2 Cabinet 48 Queen Anne Cabinet Cabinet 47 Cabinet 50 Machine 15-87 Cabinet 41 Machine 66-8 Cabinet 49 Machine 99-13 The Sewing Stool Electric Lights for Sewing Machines The Singerlight Singer No. 20 Machines Fashion Aids That Every Student Can Use Other Singer Fashion Aids Cloth Guide Embroiderers Tubular Trimmer Darner Underbraider Bottonholer Pinker Edge-Stitcher Gauge Presser Foot Hand Pinker Zig-Zagger Ripper and Threader and Material Gripper Quilter Hemstitcher Braider Fagoter Cording Foot Singercraft Guide Gathering Foot Accessories for the Sewing Room Singer Electric Scissors Singer Electric Iron Singer Cord Control Relative Sizes of Needles and Thread (Class and Variety of Needles Used) Size of Needles Classes of Work Sizes of Cotton, Silk or Linen Thread What a historically educational and delightful sewing machine instructional this is! The antique and vintage Singer Featherlight attachments, etc., can be found on Atomic Mall quite readily. You just have to hunt a little bit! :) You will appreciate the attention taken in providing a TOP QUALITY PRODUCT that you will use for many years to come. This information has been scanned into a CD-ROM Reproduction™ using the Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF format. You may download a version of the Adobe software program at . This is NOT a copy of another CD-ROM. You will receive an ORIGINAL CD of this historic and resourceful book. The text is viewed easily from your computer or you may choose to print each page as you read this amazing book on embroidery. Every page has been meticulously scanned, cleaned and burned to preserve this ANTIQUE book s information and patterns to CD-ROM! The format of this resource has so many more advantages than the original book. 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