Question about Brother XL-2600
#1- tension settings, set this to "5" and leave it
#2- width control setting, 0 would be straight while 5 would be the full width of the stitch (would make a wide zig zag)
#3- Length control, larger the number, longer the stitch. (usually you will set this from 1.5 to 2.5)
#4- Stitch selector, match up the number with the stitch you want to sew. If you want to use the lower row of stitches (14-25) set the length dial to "ss". (ss stands for stretch stitch, such as for #14 (three rows of straight dashed lines) instead of just sewing one stitch forward, the machine will sew back and forth giving you a stretchy stitch/stronger)
Let me know if you need more help :) Chris
Posted on Jun 12, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you very much, Chris Myers, for your full, clear, and generous response to my question. The photo of the machine with the directional arrows is an illuminating supplement to your text. I think Brother should incorporate your response in their manual for all us initiates. Much gratitude, Maryanne"
Thank you so much for the diagram!! My stitches are still a bit loose but this is the closest I've gotten to getting the problem figured out. I think I can figure out the rest now. :-)
Posted on Dec 09, 2012
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