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how can I sew slowly using a vx-1435 brother sewing machine?

It`s the first time I have a sewing machine, I threaded it, the stitches are ok, but…It is sewing too quickly, I need to go slower until I learn to sew straight or curved. Any trick with the pedal?

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7 Responses to “how can I sew slowly using a vx-1435 brother sewing machine?”

  1. kay says:

    Practice sewing on paper. No thread, just a needle. Grab a sheet of paper and sew straight lines at 5/8″, all around the edge of the paper. Then cut it off and sew another set around the new edge. When you’re happy sewing straight lines, cut the paper into gentle curves, and sew those. Then S curves. Don’t watch the needle — it’s just going up and down, and knows exactly what it’s doing — watch the edge of the paper against the guide mark on the plate. Yes, it seems counterintuitive, but if you try to watch the needle when you’re using the more complex stitches, you’ll either get seasick from watching the needle, or try to pull the fabric.

    But remember this is just practice, and you’re not ruining anything except the needle (it’ll likely be pretty dull when you’re done! — just replace it with a new one).

    Why I don’t encourage you to try to sew v e r y s l o w l y: a) it takes forever to get anything done and b) you can actually sew straighter if you get up a little speed. I’m not suggesting you floor it at first… just a nice slowish speed till you get more confident and can sew a bit faster. Try to go about this speed:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvYfzL2Wpm8 at first, and then work up from there.

    Why I’m suggestng paper instead of fabric: Scrap paper is easy to find, and it’s stiff enough to guide easily. Many beginners want to clutch the fabric and haul it around under the presser foot, which is a good way to break needles, and possibly damage the machine. If you hauling with paper, it’ll either crumple (and then you know you’re pushing) or tear (in which case you’re pulling). Let the machine do the work of transporting the fabric under the needle — all you have to do is guide it.

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