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Brother 882-W20W22 Operation Manual

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Brother 882-W20/W22: Operation Manual | Brand: Brother | Category: Sewing Machine | Size: 22.49 MB |

This manual is also suitable for: 82-w22, 82-w20, Xv8500d, 882-w20, 882-w22.

Table of Contents
3Important Safety Instructions
10Outstanding Features
12Advanced Embroidery
12Sewing Basics
12What You Can Do with This Machine
13How to Use This Manual
14Table of Contents
17Names of Machine Parts and Their Functions
18Needle and Presser Foot Section
19Embroidery Unit
19Operation Buttons
20Using the Accessory Case
20Using the Flat Bed Attachment
21Storing Bobbin Clips
22Included Accessories
24Accessories That Are Included in Some Countries or Regions
26Using the Multi-Purpose Screwdriver
26Using the Spool Stand
28Assembling the Controller
28Using the Multi-Function Foot Controller (Only for Supplied Models)
31Chapter 1 Getting Ready
32Turning the Machine On/Off
33Setting Your Machine for the First Time
34Lcd Screen
35Using the Machine Setting Mode Key
38Saving a Settings Screen Image to USB Media
38Selecting the Eco Mode or Shutoff Support Mode
39Changing the Pointer Shape When a USB Mouse Is Used
39Changing the Screen Saver Image
40Selecting the Initial Screen Display
41Choosing the Display Language
41Changing the Background Colors of the Embroidery Patterns
42Specifying the Size of Pattern Thumbnails
44Using the Sewing Machine Help Key
45Using the Operation Guide Function
46Using the Sewing Guide Function
47Playing a Tutorial Video
48Playing MPEG-4 (MP4) Videos
49Using the Pattern Explanation Function
50Connecting the Accessory to the Machine
50Connecting the Machine to the Computer
50Using USB Media
51Using a USB Mouse (Sold Separately)
51Clicking a Key
51Changing Pages
52Connecting the Sensor Pen
52Convenient Sewing Features By Using the Sensor Pen
52Using the Sensor Pen
53Using the Sensor Pen
53Using the Sensor Pen Holder
54Calibrating the Sensor Pen
54Important Information about Sensor Pen
56Lower Threading
56Winding the Bobbin
56Using the Supplemental Spool Pin
59Using the Spool Pin
60Using the Spool Stand
60Untangling Thread From Beneath the Bobbin Winder Seat
61Setting the Bobbin
63Pulling Up the Bobbin Thread
64Upper Threading
67Using the Twin Needle Mode
69Using the Spool Stand
71Using Threads That Unwind Quickly
71Using the Spool Net
72Attaching the Presser Foot
72Changing the Presser Foot
72Removing the Presser Foot
73Attaching the Presser Foot with the Included Adapter
73Attaching the Walking Foot
74Using the Dual Feed Foot
74Attaching the Dual Feed Foot
75Attaching/Detaching Toe
76Using the Dual Feed Position Lever
76Adjusting the Amount of Fabric Feeding of the Dual Feed Foot
77Changing the Needle
79About the Needle
79Fabric/Thread/Needle Combinations
80Needle Calibration Using the Built in Camera
83Chapter 2 Sewing Basics
84Sewing a Stitch
85Using the Multi-Function Foot Controller (Only for Supplied Models)
86Specifying the Multi-Function Foot Controller (Only for Supplied Models)
86Functions That Can Be Specified
86Specifying the Functions
87Automatic Reinforcement Stitching
87Sewing Reinforcement Stitches
89Changing Sewing Direction
89Sewing Curves
89Sewing Heavyweight Fabrics
89Sewing a Seam Allowance of 0.5 CM or Less
90Sewing Hook-And-Loop Fastener Tape
90If the Fabric Does Not Fit Under the Presser Foot
90If the Fabric Does Not Feed
91Sewing Lightweight Fabrics
91Sewing Stretch Fabrics
92Setting the Stitch Width
92Stitch Settings
93Setting the L/R Shift
93Setting the Stitch Length
94Setting the Thread Tension
94Proper Thread Tension
94Upper Thread Is Too Tight
94Upper Thread Is Too Loose
95Automatic Thread Cutting
95Useful Functions
96Adjusting the Needle Drop Position with the Guideline Marker
96Adjusting the Guideline Marker Position
97Adjusting the Brightness of the Guideline Marker
98Using the Knee Lifter
99Automatic Fabric Sensor System (Automatic Presser Foot Pressure)
100Checking the Needle Location in the Screen
101Using the Camera View Window
100Needle Position - Stitch Placement
102Sensor Function Area
102Specifying the Guideline Marker Position with the Sensor Pen
102Using Sensor Functions with Sewing Stitch
104Specifying the Needle Drop Position with the Sensor Pen
105Using the Sensor Pen to Specify the Stitching Width and Stitch Position
107Using the Sensor Pen to Specify the Sewing End Point
110Reusing the Previous Setting
111Chapter 3 Utility Stitches
112Selecting Utility Stitches
112Utility Stitch LCD Screen
113Key Functions
114Stitch Selection Screens
115Selecting a Stitch
115Using the Mirror Image Key
116Returning to the Beginning of the Stitch
116Sewing Continuous/Single Stitch Sewing
116Using the Image Key
117Saving Your Stitch Settings
117Saving Settings
117Retrieving Saved Settings
118Sewing the Stitches
118Straight Stitches
120Changing the Needle Position (Left or Middle Needle Position Stitches Only)
120Aligning the Fabric with a Mark On the Needle Plate or Bobbin Cover (With Mark)
121Aligning the Fabric with the Vertical Stitch Alignment V Foot
121Using the Straight Stitch Needle Plate and the Straight Stitch Foot
123Dart Seam
124Flat Fell Seam
126Zigzag Stitches
126Overcasting (Using a Zigzag Stitch)
126Appliqué (Using a Zigzag Stitch)
126Patchwork (For Crazy Quilt)
126Sewing Curves (Using a Zigzag Stitch)
127Elastic Zigzag Stitches
127Cord Guide Bobbin Cover (Using a Zigzag Stitch)
127Tape Attaching
128Overcasting Using Presser Foot G
129Overcasting Using Presser Foot J
129Overcasting Using the Side Cutter (Sold Separately)
131When Sewing Straight Stitches While Using the Side Cutter (Sold Separately)
135Quilting with Satin Stitches
135Free Motion Quilting
139Echo Quilting Using the Free Motion Echo Quilting Foot E
140Blind Hem Stitches
142If the Needle Catches Too Much of the Hem Fold
142If the Needle Does Not Catch the Hem Fold
143Appliqué Sharp Curves
143Appliqué Corners
144Scallop Stitches
144Shelltuck Stitches
145Crazy Quilting
145Smocking Stitches
147Tape or Elastic Attaching
148Hemstitching (1) (Daisy Stitch)
148Hemstitching (2) (Drawn Work (1))
149Hemstitching (3) (Drawn Work (2))
149Prepare for the Zigzag Couching
149Zigzag Couching
150Sewing Zigzag Couching
151One-Step Buttonholes
154Odd Shaped Buttons/Buttons That Do Not Fit Into the Button Holder Plate
154Sewing Stretch Fabrics
155Four-Step Buttonholes
157Bar Tacks
158Bar Tacks On Thick Fabrics
158Button Sewing
159Attaching 4 Hole Buttons
159Attaching a Shank to the Button
160Multi-Directional Sewing (Straight Stitch and Zigzag Stitch)
161Centered Zipper
161Zipper Insertion
162Inserting a Side Zipper
164Edge Sewing
171Chapter 4 Character/Decorative Stitches
172Selecting Stitch Patterns
173Stitch Selection Screens
174Alphabet Characters/Japanese Characters
174Cross Stitch/Utility Decorative Stitch Patterns
175Deleting Characters
175Adjusting the Character Spacing
174Patterns/Satin Stitch Patterns/7Mm Satin Stitch Patterns
174Selecting Decorative Stitch Patterns/7Mm Decorative Stitch
174Selecting Decorative Stitch Patterns/7Mm Decorative Stitch Patterns/Satin Stitch Patterns/7Mm Satin Stitch Patterns/Cross Stitch/Utility Decorative Stitch Patterns
177Basic Sewing
177Sewing Attractive Finishes
177Sewing Stitch Patterns
178Making Adjustments
180Editing Stitch Patterns
180Key Functions
182Changing the Length (For 7Mm Satin Stitch Patterns Only)
182Changing the Size
182Creating a Horizontal Mirror Image
182Creating a Vertical Mirror Image
182Sewing a Pattern Continuously
183Changing Thread Density (For Satin Stitch Patterns Only)
183Returning to the Beginning of the Pattern
184Checking the Image
185Before Combining
185Combining Stitch Patterns
185Combining Various Stitch Patterns
186Combining Large and Small Stitch Patterns
187Combining Horizontal Mirror Image Stitch Patterns
188Combining Stitch Patterns of Different Length
188Making Step Stitch Patterns (For 7Mm Satin Stitch Patterns Only)
189More Examples
191Stitch Data Precautions
191Types of Stitch Data That Can Be Used
191Types of USB Devices/Media That Can Be Used
191Connecting Your Machine to the PC
191Precautions On Using the Computer to Create and Save Data
191Using the Memory Function
192Saving Stitch Patterns in the Machines Memory
192Saving Stitch Patterns to USB Media
192If the Memory Is Full
193Saving Stitch Patterns in the Computer
194Retrieving Stitch Patterns From the Machines Memory
195Recalling From USB Media
196Recalling From the Computer
199Chapter 5 My Custom Stitch
200Designing a Stitch
202Entering Stitch Data
202Key Functions
204Moving a Point
205Moving Part or All of the Design
206Editing Stitch Stored in the Machine
206Inserting New Points
208Retrieving Stored Stitches
208If the Memory Is Full
208Storing Custom Stitches in Your List
208Using Stored Custom Stitches
211Chapter 6 Basic Embroidery
212Before Embroidering
212Embroidery Step By Step
213Attaching Embroidery Foot W+ with LED Pointer
213Attaching the Embroidery Unit
213About the Embroidery Unit
214Removing the Embroidery Unit
216Selecting Patterns
216Copyright Information
217Pattern Selection Screens
218Selecting Embroidery Patterns/Decorative Alphabet Patterns/Utility Embroidery Patterns/Bobbin Work Patterns
219Selecting Alphabet Character Patterns
221Selecting Frame Patterns
221Selecting Patterns From Embroidery Cards
221About Embroidery Card Reader (Sold Separately) and USB Card Writer Module
221About Embroidery Cards (Sold Separately)
223Recalling From USB Media
224Recalling From the Computer
226Editing Patterns
227Key Functions
228Moving the Pattern
228Previewing the Pattern
229Rotating the Pattern
230Changing the Size of the Pattern
231Creating a Horizontal Mirror Image
231Changing the Size and the Density of the Pattern
231Changing the Size By Dragging
232Changing Font Type
232Editing Letters (Size/Font Type)
233Changing the Density (Alphabet Character and Frame Patterns Only)
234Changing the Colors of Alphabet Character Patterns
235Changing the Configuration of Alphabet Character Patterns
235Deleting the Pattern
236Displaying Patterns in the Screen Magnified
236Selecting the Percent of Magnification
237Changing Alphabet Character Spacing
237Separating Combined Character Patterns
238Changing the Thread Color
239Creating a Custom Thread Table
240Adding a Color to the Custom Thread Table From the List
241Saving the Custom Thread Table to USB Media
241Recalling the Custom Thread Table Data From USB Media
242Choosing a Color From the Custom Thread Table
243Find New Color Schemes with the Color Shuffling Function
245Designing Repeated Patterns
245Sewing Repeated Patterns
247Repeating One Element of a Repeated Pattern
248Color Sorting Repeated Patterns
248Assigning Thread Marks
249Embroidering the Pattern Repeatedly
251After Editing
251Duplicating a Pattern
252Viewing the Embroidery Screen
253Key Functions
254Combining Patterns
254Editing Combined Patterns
256Selecting Combined Embroidery Patterns
257Sewing Combined Patterns
258Attaching Iron-On Stabilizers (Backing) to the Fabric
258Preparing the Fabric
259Hooping the Fabric in the Embroidery Frame
259Types of Embroidery Frames
260Inserting the Fabric
261Embroidering Small Fabrics or Fabric Edges
261Using the Embroidery Sheet
261Embroidering Small Fabrics
262Embroidering Edges or Corners
262Embroidering Ribbons or Tape
263Attaching the Embroidery Frame
263Removing the Embroidery Frame
265Checking the Needle Drop Point with the Embroidery Foot W+ with LED Pointer
265Adjusting the LED Pointer
265Confirming the Pattern Position
266Aligning the Embroidering Position Using the Built-In Camera
266Adjusting the Brightness of the LED Pointer
268Using the Built-In Camera to Align the Embroidering Position
270Specifying the Embroidering Position with the Sensor Pen
271Selecting the Embroidering Position By the Pattern Edge
272Selecting the Embroidering Position By the Pattern Center
273Checking the Pattern Position
275Embroidering an Pattern
275Embroidering Attractive Finishes
276Embroidering Patterns
276Embroidery Needle Plate Cover
278Spool Stand LED
278Using Appliqués
278When Not Using the Spool Stand LED
279Creating the Appliqué Piece
279Sewing the Appliqué Position On the Base Fabric
280Affixing the Appliqué Piece to the Base Fabric
281Embroidering the Remainder of the Pattern
282Adjustments During the Embroidery Process
282If the Bobbin Runs Out of Thread
283If the Thread Breaks During Sewing
284Restarting From the Beginning
284Resuming Embroidery After Turning Off the Power
287Chapter 7 Advanced Embroidery
288(Using a Single Color : Monochrome)
290Specify Fabric Display From the Settings Screen
290Saving Scanned Image to USB Media
291Positioning the Pattern On Thick Fabric
288Display the Fabric While Aligning the Embroidering Position
288Uninterrupted Embroidering
288Uninterrupted Embroidering (Using a Single Color : Monochrome)
288Various Embroidering Functions
292Basting Embroidery
293Creating an Appliqué Piece
296Using a Frame Pattern for the Outline
298Patterns and Printed Designs)
298Print and Stitch
298Print and Stitch (Combining Embroidery Patterns and Printed Designs)
299Outputting the Background Image and Positioning Image
299Checking the Combined Image
300Using USB Media
300Using a USB Cable
299Selecting a Pattern
301Printing the Background and Embroidery Position Sheet
302Sewing Embroidery Patterns
303Adjusting Thread Tension
303Correct Thread Tension
303Upper Thread Is Too Tight
304Upper Thread Is Too Loose
304Adjusting Overall Upper Thread Tension
303Making Embroidery Adjustments
305(With No Color On the Screw)
305Correct Tension
305Bobbin Thread Is Too Loose
305Bobbin Thread Is Too Tight
305Adjusting the Alternate Bobbin Case
305Adjusting the Alternate Bobbin Case (With No Color On the Screw)
306(End Color Trim)
306Using the Automatic Thread Cutting Function
306Using the Automatic Thread Cutting Function (End Color Trim)
306Using the Thread Trimming Function (Jump Stitch Trim)
307Adjusting the Embroidery Speed
307Changing the Thread Color Display
307Selecting the Length of Jump Stitch Not to Trim
308Changing the Embroidery Frame Display
309Aligning the Pattern and the Needle
310Embroidering Linked Characters
313Embroidery Data Precautions
313Types of Embroidery Data That Can Be Used
313Types of USB Devices/Media That Can Be Used
314Connecting Your Machine to the PC
314Precautions On Using the Computer to Create and Save Data
314Tajima (.Dst) Embroidery Data
313Using the Memory Function
315Saving Embroidery Patterns in the Machines Memory
315Saving Embroidery Patterns to USB Media
315If the Memory Is Full
316Saving Embroidery Patterns in the Computer
317Retrieving Patterns From the Machines Memory
319Embroidery Applications
319Using a Frame Pattern to Make an Appliqué (1)
320Using a Frame Pattern to Make an Appliqué (2)
321Sewing Split Embroidery Patterns
323Connecting Three Patterns
323Using the Camera to Connect Patterns
329Changing the Position of a Sticker
332Connecting Rotated Patterns
334Connecting Patterns to Be Joined Along an Edge
334Measuring the Distance That the Pattern Will Be Slid
335Trial Sewing
337Resume Feature
339Chapter 8 My Design Center
340About My Design Center
340Basics: Creating a Pattern
342Pattern Drawing Screen
343Before Creating Designs
343Key Functions
344Drawing Lines
345Drawing Regions
345Setting the Line Types and Colors
346Using the Stamp Key
346Setting the Brush Types and Fill Colors
347Using the Erase Key
348After Editing the Design
348Using the Select Key
349Stitch Settings Screen
349Line Sew Stitch Settings
349Fill Stitch Settings
350Stippling Stitch Settings
351Embroidery Image Preview Screen
352My Design Center with Scan
352Using the Scan Frame
353Scanning to Trace Background Image
353Scanning with an Embroidery Frame
355Importing the Background Image
356Line Scan
356Using the Scanning Frame to Create a Pattern with Line Scan
359Illustration Scan
359Using the Scanning Frame to Create a Pattern with Illustration Scan
363Chapter 9 How to Create Bobbin Work
364About Bobbin Work
365Preparing for Bobbin Work
365Required Materials
365Bobbin Case and Bobbin Cover
365Lower Thread
365Upper Thread
366Preparing the Bobbin Thread
368When Tension Is Applied to the Bobbin Thread
368When Tension Is Not Applied to the Bobbin Thread
366Upper Threading
370Creating Bobbin Work (Sewing)
370Positioning the Fabric and Sewing
372Bobbin Work Free Motion Sewing
372Finishing the Thread Ends
373Creating Bobbin Work (Embroidery)
373Selecting the Pattern
374Start Embroidering
377Adjusting Bobbin Work Thread Tension
377Adjusting the Upper Thread Tension
377Adjusting the Tension of the Bobbin Thread
378The Thread Was Accidentally Cut Automatically and the Bobbin Thread Is Caught Inside the Machine
378The Pattern Is Misaligned
378The Bobbin Thread Catches On the Tension Spring of the Bobbin Case
379Chapter 10 Appendix
380Care and Maintenance
380Cleaning the LCD Screen
380Cleaning the Machine Casing
380Cleaning the Race
380Precautions On Storing the Machine
380Restrictions On Oiling
382About the Maintenance Message
382Cleaning the Cutter in the Bobbin Case Area
383Adjusting the Brightness of the Screen Display
383Adjusting the Screen
383Touch Panel Is Malfunctioning
384Frequent Troubleshooting Topics
384Upper Thread Is Too Tight
385Tangled Thread On Wrong Side of Fabric
387Incorrect Thread Tension
388Fabric Is Caught in the Machine and Cannot Be Removed
388Removing the Fabric From the Machine
390Checking Machine Operations
391List of Symptoms
391Getting Ready
392While Sewing
395After Sewing
397Error Messages
402Alarm Sounds
404Upgrade Procedure Using USB Media
404Upgrading Your Machines Software
405Upgrade Procedure Using Computer
406Stitch Setting Chart

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