- Nov 24, 2020
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- Pacific Northwest
The answer at least for industrial Sailrite machines is the "power pack." That makes it so you can start super slow and the stitching is very controlled! My Singer machine does not have that option. It makes sewing more challenging for sure having to sew 0- 100!@baymule and @ducks4you do you know how to tell the sewing machine to slow down? I'm making great progress with the sewing machine, but this problem has stumped me.
If the sewing machine is going at a slow or moderate pace, I can keep it in line with what I want to do and handle the curves easily. Unfortunately, it seems to be 0 to 100, and only slows down after going super speed. I've tried pressing sloooowly on the petal but it just remains stopped until it hits a certain point, then goes super fast, then slow when you release the petal.
Any tricks for getting it slow/medium right off the bat?