How To Use Flower Stitch Attachment / Flower Stitch Foot

Machine settings:
Stitch:                        Zigzag stitch or tricot stitch
Stitch width:               Not more than 5
Thread tension:          1 - 2
Presser foot pressure
adjusting lever:           3
Feed dog:                  Dropped
Sewing speed:           Slow to medium

1. Turn the power switch off.
2. Raise the needle and presser foot. Remove the foot holder.
    Raising the lever (A), attach the flower stitch attachment to the presser bar with the lever (A) over      the needle clamp (B). Secure the attachment with the screw (E).
3. Select the desired stitch and adjust stitch (zigzag) width as necessary.
4. Loosen the screw (F). Move the disc (D) and set the desired position between (-) and (+) to the     setting mark (G). Tighten the screw (F). Place the fabric under the attachment positioning the area to be stitched in the center of the disc (D). Lower the presser foot lifter.
5. Turn the power switch on.
6. Hold the needle thread lightly with your left hand. Press the up/down needle position button twice and pull     the needle thread to pick up the bobbin thread.
7. While holding the needle and bobbin threads, sew a few stitches to lock threads. Cut the excess threads at     the beginning of the pattern. Start sewing at slow to medium speed.
8. After you finish sewing, raise the needle to its highest position and raise the presser foot lifter.
    Cut the threads, leaving about 15 cm of threads.
    Pull the bobbin thread to bring the needle thread to the wrong side of the fabric and knot the threads. 

  • Use a stabilizer for light weight fabric.
  • When sewing a large piece of fabric, assist the fabric feeding smoothly with your hands.

Set the (+) mark to the setting mark (G) and sew the outer pattern.
Then raise the needle, loosen the screw (F) and slide the disc (D)
together with the fabric to set the (-) mark to the setting mark (G).
Tighten the screw (F) and sew the inner pattern.

TRANSPOSITION PATTERN (tricot stitch only)
After sewing the first pattern, turn the disc (D) together with the
fabric by three, six or nine notches (C).

Further variations are available by combining concentric patterns and/or transposition patterns. 

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous29.8.23

    Please do a video demonstrating how to do CONCENTRIC PATTERN. Thanks