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Upper Threading (Using the twin needle)
Using the twin needle, you can sew two parallel lines of the same stitch with two different colors.
Both upper threads should have the same thickness and quality.
Be sure to use the twin needle and the extra spool pin.
Remove the needle.
Load the spool for the first thread color into the thread cassette.
Thread the thread cassette up to arrow 2, indicated on the thread cassette.
Load the spool for the second thread color onto the extra spool pin.
Use the two threads to thread the thread cassette, and then cut the threads.
Thread the thread cassette along arrows 3 through 6, indicated on the thread cassette.
Insert the thread cassette (with the extra spool pin attached) into the thread cassette compartment.
Pass both threads through the needle bar thread hooks.
If the thread cassette is inserted with the twin needle attached, the sewing machine may be damaged.
Install the twin needle.
Manually thread the left needle with the thread for the left side of the stitch.
Remove the thread for the right side of the stitch from only the lower hook of the needle bar thread hooks, and then use it to thread the right needle.
Attach zigzag foot "J".
When using the twin needle, be sure to attach zigzag foot "J", otherwise the needle may break or the machine may be damaged.
Turn on the sewing machine and select a stitch.
When using the twin needle, be sure to select an appropriate stitch, otherwise the needle may break or the machine may be damaged.
When changing the sewing direction, press (Needle position button) to raise the needle from the fabric, and then raise the presser foot lever and turn the fabric.
CS-80, CS-8060, CS-8150, HE-120, Innov-is 500D, SE-270D
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