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Question re buttonholes
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Date: 8/31/13 4:43 PM

Hi .. I'm thinking of getting a 6600 (hopefully preloved) as a backup machine for some contract work that I have taken on and I was looking at a picture of the stitches on the internet.

For those that have this machine, what are the two buttonholes marked as "sen" and "auto" - numbers 14 and 15?

I have a 7700 and I find the best buttonhole to use for the work I'm doing is what is called the memory buttonhole. You don't need your sensor thing pulled down and you program one buttonhole to the required length and size and it will continue to stitch that exact same size buttonhole each time. I don't even need to use the big buttonhole foot which is cumbersome for the work I'm doing.

Does either of stitches 14 or 15 on the 6600 work the same way?

Thanks
Janice

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Janice

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