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Operation Manual

Embroidery and Sewing Machine

Product Code: 882-C50

Be sure to read this document before using the machine.

We recommend that you keep this document nearby for future reference.

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INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

Thank you for purchasing this machine. Before using this machine, carefully read the “IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS”, and then study this manual for the correct operation of the various functions. In addition, after you have finished reading this manual, store it where it can quickly be accessed for future reference.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Please read these safety instructions before attempting to use the machine.

DANGER - To reduce the risk of electrical shock

1Always unplug the machine from the electrical outlet immediately after using, when cleaning, making any user servicing adjustments mentioned in this manual, or if you are leaving the machine unattended.

WARNING - To reduce the risk of burns, fire, electrical shock, or injury to

persons.

2Always unplug the machine from the electrical outlet when making any adjustments mentioned in the instruction manual.

To unplug the machine, switch the machine to the symbol “O” position to turn it off, then grasp the plug and pull it out of the electrical outlet. Do not pull on the cord.

Plug the machine directly into the electrical outlet. Do not use an extension cord.

Always unplug your machine if the power is cut.

3Electrical Hazards:

This machine should be connected to an AC power source within the range indicated on the rating label. Do not connect it to a DC power source or inverter. If you are not sure what kind of power source you have, contact a qualified electrician.

This machine is approved for use in the country of purchase only.

4Never operate this machine if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, has been dropped or

damaged, or water is spilled on the unit. Return the machine to the nearest authorized dealer for examination, repair, electrical or mechanical adjustment.

While the machine is stored or in use if you notice anything unusual, such as an odor, heat, discoloration or deformation, stop using the machine immediately and unplug the power cord.

When transporting the sewing machine, be sure to carry it by its handle. Lifting the sewing machine by any other part may damage the machine or result in the machine falling, which could cause injuries.

When lifting the sewing machine, be careful not to make any sudden or careless movements, otherwise you may injure your back or knees.

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

5Always keep your work area clear:

Never operate the machine with any air openings blocked. Keep ventilation openings of the sewing machine and foot control free from the build up of lint, dust, and loose cloth.

Do not store objects on the foot controller.

Do not use extension cords. Plug the machine directly into the electrical outlet.

Never drop or insert foreign objects in any opening.

Do not operate where aerosol (spray) products are being used or where oxygen is being administered.

Do not use the machine near a heat source, such as a stove or iron; otherwise, the machine, power cord or garment being sewn may ignite, resulting in fire or an electric shock.

Do not place this sewing machine on an unstable surface, such as an unsteady or slanted table, otherwise the sewing machine may fall, resulting in injuries.

6Special care is required when sewing:

Always pay close attention to the needle. Do not use bent or damaged needles.

Keep fingers away from all moving parts. Special care is required around the machine needle.

Switch the sewing machine to the symbol “O” position to turn it off when making any adjustments in the needle area.

Do not use a damaged or incorrect needle plate, as it could cause the needle to break.

Do not push or pull the fabric when sewing, and follow careful instruction when free motion stitching so that you do not deflect the needle and cause it to break.

7This machine is not a toy:

Your close attention is necessary when the machine is used by or near children.

The plastic bag that this sewing machine was supplied in should be kept out of the reach of children or disposed of. Never allow children to play with the bag due to the danger of suffocation.

Do not use outdoors.

8For a longer service life:

When storing this machine, avoid direct sunlight and high humidity locations. Do not use or store the machine near a space heater, iron, halogen lamp, or other hot objects.

Use only neutral soaps or detergents to clean the case. Benzene, thinner, and scouring powders can damage the case and machine, and should never be used.

Always consult the operation manual when replacing or installing any assemblies, the presser feet, needle, or other parts to assure correct installation.

9For repair or adjustment:

If the light unit is damaged, it must be replaced by an authorized dealer.

In the event a malfunction occurs or adjustment is required, first follow the troubleshooting table in the back of the operation manual to inspect and adjust the machine yourself. If the problem persists, please consult your local authorized Brother dealer.

Use this machine only for its intended use as described in the manual.

Use accessories recommended by the manufacturer as contained in this manual.

Use only the interface cable (USB cable) included with this machine.

Use only the mouse designed specifically for this machine.

The contents of this manual and specifications of this product are subject to change without notice. For additional product information and updates, visit our website at www.brother.com

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

This machine is intended for household use.

This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.

This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.

FOR USERS IN THE UK, EIRE, MALTA

AND CYPRUS ONLY

IMPORTANT

In the event of replacing the plug fuse, use a fuse approved by ASTA to BS 1362, i.e. carrying the mark, rating as marked on plug.

Always replace the fuse cover. Never use plugs with the fuse cover omitted.

If the available electrical outlet is not suitable for the plug supplied with this equipment, you should contact your authorized dealer to obtain the correct lead.

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

Declaration of Conformity (For USA Only)

Responsible Party:

Brother International Corporation

 

200 Crossing Boulevard

 

P.O. Box 6911

 

Bridgewater, NJ 08807-0911USA

 

TEL : (908) 704-1700

declares that the product

 

Product Name:

Brother Sewing Machine

Model Number:

VM5100

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.

Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

The included interface cable should be used in order to ensure compliance with the limits for a Class B digital device.

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Brother Industries, Ltd. could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

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WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH THIS MACHINE

WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH THIS MACHINE

B Basic operations

After purchasing your machine, be sure to read this section first. This section provides details on the initial setup procedures as well as descriptions of this machine’s more useful functions.

Chapter 1 Getting Ready

To learn the operation of the principal parts and the screens

Page B-18

S Sewing

This section describes procedures for using the various utility stitches as well as other functions. It provides details on basic machine sewing in addition to the more expressive features of the machine, from sewing tubular pieces and buttonholes to sewing the character and decorative stitch patterns.

Chapter 1 Sewing Basics

Chapter 2 Utility Stitches

To learn how to prepare for sewing and basic sewing

Pre-programmedwith more than 100 frequently used

operations

stitches

Page S-2

Page S-20

Chapter 3 Character/Decorative

Chapter 4 MY CUSTOM STITCH

Stitches

Create original decorative stitches

The variety of stitches widen your creativity

Page S-102

Page S-76

 

E Embroidering

This section provides instruction to embroider designs with this machine.

Chapter 1, “Embroidery”, provides details on sewing embroidery patterns stored on the machine as well as patterns that have been imported. Chapter 2, “Embroidery Edit”, provides details on editing embroidery patterns to create custom embroidery.

Chapter 1 Embroidery

Chapter 2 Embroidery Edit

Maximum 30 cm × 18 cm (approx. 12 inches × 7 inches)

Designs can be combined, rotated or enlarged

for large embroidery designs

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Page E-2

 

A Appendix

This section provides important information for operating this machine.

Chapter 1 How to Create Bobbin

Chapter 2 Maintenance and

Work

Troubleshooting

To learn how to create bobbin work

Find troubleshooting tips and pointers as well as how

Page A-2

to keep your machine in the best working condition.

 

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CONTENTS

CONTENTS

 

TRADEMARKS

 

INTRODUCTION .................................................

1

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ................

1

WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH THIS MACHINE .....

5

NAMES OF MACHINE PARTS AND THEIR

 

FUNCTIONS ..........................................................

9

Machine.................................................................................

9

Needle and Presser Foot Section ..........................................

10

Embroidery Unit...................................................................

11

Operation Buttons ................................................................

11

Using the Flat Bed Attachment .............................................

12

Included Accessories............................................................

13

Accessories that are Included in Some Countries or

 

Regions ................................................................................

15

Options ................................................................................

15

B Basic operations

 

Chapter1 Getting Ready

18

TURNING THE MACHINE ON/OFF...................

19

Setting Your Machine for the First Time................................

20

LCD SCREEN ......................................................

22

Using the Machine Setting Mode Key ..................................

26

Using the Sewing Machine Help Key ..................................

34

Using the Operation Guide Function....................................

35

Using the Sewing Guide Function ........................................

36

Using the Pattern Explanation Function ................................

37

LOWER THREADING .........................................

38

Winding the Bobbin .............................................................

38

Setting the Bobbin ................................................................

43

Pulling Up the Bobbin Thread ..............................................

45

UPPER THREADING...........................................

46

Upper Threading ..................................................................

46

Using the Twin Needle Mode...............................................

49

Using Threads that Unwind Quickly ....................................

51

CHANGING THE PRESSER FOOT ......................

53

Removing the Presser Foot ...................................................

53

Attaching the Presser Foot ....................................................

53

Attaching the Presser Foot with the Included Adapter...........

53

CHANGING THE NEEDLE..................................

55

ABOUT THE NEEDLE AND FABRIC ...................

56

About the Needle .................................................................

56

Fabric/Thread/Needle Combinations ....................................

57

BEFORE EMBROIDERING ..................................

58

Embroidery Step by Step.......................................................

58

Attaching the Embroidery Foot “W” .....................................

59

Using the Optional Embroidery Foot “W+” with LED

 

Pointer .................................................................................

60

Attaching the Embroidery Unit .............................................

62

USING FUNCTIONS BY CONNECTING THE

 

ACCESSORY TO THE MACHINE ........................

65

Using USB Media or Embroidery Card Reader/

 

USB Card Writer Module* ....................................................

65

Connecting the Machine to the Computer ............................

65

Using a USB Mouse .............................................................

66

Using the Optional Dual Feed Foot ......................................

67

S Sewing

 

Chapter1 Sewing Basics

2

SEWING...............................................................

3

Sewing a Stitch ......................................................................

3

Sewing Reinforcement Stitches ..............................................

5

Automatic Reinforcement Stitching........................................

5

Sewing Curves .......................................................................

7

Changing Sewing Direction ...................................................

7

Sewing Heavyweight Fabrics .................................................

7

Sewing Hook-and-LoopFastener ...........................................

8

Sewing Lightweight Fabrics....................................................

9

Sewing Stretch Fabrics ...........................................................

9

STITCH SETTINGS .............................................

10

Setting the Stitch Width .......................................................

10

Setting the Stitch Length.......................................................

10

Setting the “L/R SHIFT” ........................................................

11

Setting the Thread Tension...................................................

12

USEFUL FUNCTIONS ........................................

14

Automatic Thread Cutting....................................................

14

Using the Knee Lifter ...........................................................

15

Pivoting ...............................................................................

15

Automatic Fabric Sensor System (Automatic Presser Foot

 

Pressure) ..............................................................................

17

Needle Position – Stitch Placement......................................

18

Locking the Screen ..............................................................

18

Chapter2 Utility Stitches

20

SELECTING UTILITY STITCHES .........................

21

Selecting a Stitch .................................................................

21

Saving Your Stitch Settings...................................................

22

SEWING THE STITCHES ....................................

24

Straight Stitches ...................................................................

24

Dart Seam............................................................................

28

Gathering ............................................................................

29

Flat Fell Seam ......................................................................

29

Pintuck ................................................................................

30

Zigzag Stitches.....................................................................

31

Elastic Zigzag Stitches..........................................................

33

Overcasting .........................................................................

33

Quilting ...............................................................................

35

Blind Hem Stitches ..............................................................

45

Appliqué..............................................................................

48

Shelltuck Stitches.................................................................

49

Scallop Stitches....................................................................

50

Crazy Quilting .....................................................................

50

Smocking Stitches................................................................

51

Fagoting...............................................................................

52

Tape or Elastic Attaching .....................................................

52

Heirloom .............................................................................

53

One-stepButtonholes ..........................................................

55

Darning ...............................................................................

58

Bar Tacks.............................................................................

59

Button Sewing .....................................................................

61

Eyelet...................................................................................

62

Multi-directionalSewing

 

(Straight Stitch and Zigzag Stitch).........................................

63

Zipper Insertion ...................................................................

64

STITCH SETTING CHART ..................................

67

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CONTENTS

Chapter3 Character/Decorative Stitches

76

SELECTING STITCH PATTERNS .........................

77

Selecting Decorative Stitch Patterns/7mm Decorative Stitch

Patterns/Satin Stitch Patterns/7mm Satin Stitch

 

Patterns/Cross Stitch/Utility Decorative Stitch Patterns..........

78

Characters............................................................................

78

SEWING STITCH PATTERNS..............................

81

Sewing Attractive Finishes....................................................

81

Basic Sewing........................................................................

81

Making Adjustments ............................................................

82

EDITING STITCH PATTERNS .............................

84

Changing the Size ................................................................

86

Changing the Length (for 7mm Satin Stitch Patterns Only)....

86

Creating a Vertical Mirror Image ..........................................

86

Creating a Horizontal Mirror Image .....................................

86

Sewing a Pattern Continuously.............................................

86

Changing Thread Density (for Satin Stitch Patterns Only) .....

87

Returning to the Beginning of the Pattern .............................

87

Checking the Image .............................................................

88

COMBINING STITCH PATTERNS ......................

89

Before Combining ................................................................

89

Combining Various Stitch Patterns .......................................

89

Combining Large and Small Stitch Patterns ..........................

90

Combining Horizontal Mirror Image Stitch Patterns .............

91

Combining Stitch Patterns of Different Length ......................

91

Making Step Stitch Patterns

 

(for 7mm Satin Stitch Patterns Only).....................................

92

USING THE MEMORY FUNCTION....................

94

Stitch Data Precautions ........................................................

94

Saving Stitch Patterns in the Machine’s Memory ..................

95

Saving Stitch Patterns to USB Media ....................................

96

Saving Stitch Patterns in the Computer .................................

97

Retrieving Stitch Patterns from the Machine’s Memory.........

98

Recalling from USB Media ...................................................

99

Recalling from the Computer .............................................

100

Chapter4 MY CUSTOM STITCH

102

DESIGNING A STITCH ....................................

103

ENTERING STITCH DATA................................

105

USING STORED CUSTOM STITCHES ..............

110

Storing Custom Stitches in Your List ...................................

110

Retrieving Stored Stitches ...................................................

111

E Embroidering

 

Chapter1 Embroidery

2

SELECTING PATTERNS.........................................

3

Selecting Embroidery Patterns/Brother “Exclusives”/Floral

 

Alphabet/Bobbin Work Patterns .............................................

4

Selecting Character Patterns ...................................................

5

Selecting Frame Patterns ........................................................

7

Selecting Patterns from Embroidery Cards ..............................

7

Selecting Patterns from USB Media/Computer........................

8

VIEWING THE EMBROIDERING SCREEN............

9

PREPARING THE FABRIC...................................

11

Attaching Iron-onStabilizers (Backing) to the Fabric ............

11

Hooping the Fabric in the Embroidery Frame .......................

13

Embroidering Small Fabrics or Fabric Edges .........................

16

ATTACHING THE EMBROIDERY FRAME...........

17

CONFIRMING THE PATTERN POSITION..........

19

Checking the Pattern Position ..............................................

19

Previewing the Completed Pattern .......................................

20

SEWING AN EMBROIDERY PATTERN ...............

21

Embroidery Attractive Finishes .............................................

21

Sewing Embroidery Patterns .................................................

22

Sewing Embroidery Patterns Which Use Appliqué ...............

23

ADJUSTMENTS DURING THE EMBROIDERY

 

PROCESS.............................................................

26

If the Bobbin Runs Out of Thread .........................................

26

If the Thread Breaks During Sewing......................................

27

Restarting from the Beginning...............................................

28

Resuming Embroidery After Turning Off the Power ..............

28

MAKING EMBROIDERY ADJUSTMENTS...........

30

Adjusting Thread Tension.....................................................

30

Adjusting the Bobbin Case (with No Color on the Screw) .....

31

Using the Automatic Thread Cutting Function

 

(END COLOR TRIM) ............................................................

32

Using the Thread Trimming Function

 

(JUMP STITCH TRIM) ...........................................................

32

Adjusting the Embroidery Speed...........................................

33

Changing the Thread Color Display......................................

34

Changing the “Embroidery Frame Display” ..........................

35

REVISING THE PATTERN...................................

36

Moving the Pattern ...............................................................

36

Aligning the Pattern and the Needle .....................................

36

Changing the Size of the Pattern...........................................

37

Rotating the Pattern ..............................................................

38

Creating a Horizontal Mirror Image ......................................

39

Enlarging the Editing Screen .................................................

39

Changing the Density (Alphabet Character and Frame

 

Patterns Only) ......................................................................

40

Changing the Colors of Alphabet Character Patterns.............

40

Embroidering Linked Characters...........................................

41

Uninterrupted Embroidering (Monochrome - Using a Single

 

Color)...................................................................................

43

USING THE MEMORY FUNCTION ...................

44

Embroidery Data Precautions ...............................................

44

Saving Embroidery Patterns in the Machine’s Memory .........

45

Saving Embroidery Patterns to USB Media............................

46

Saving Embroidery Patterns in the Computer ........................

47

Retrieving Patterns from the Machine’s Memory...................

48

Recalling from USB Media ...................................................

49

Recalling from the Computer................................................

50

EMBROIDERY APPLICATIONS ..........................

51

Using a Frame Pattern to Make an Appliqué (1)....................

51

Using a Frame Pattern to Make an Appliqué (2)....................

52

Sewing Split Embroidery Patterns .........................................

53

Chapter2 Embroidery Edit

56

EXPLANATION OF FUNCTIONS.......................

57

SELECTING PATTERNS TO EDIT .......................

58

Selecting Embroidery Patterns/Brother “Exclusives”/Floral

 

Alphabet Patterns/Frame/Bobbin Work Patterns....................

59

Selecting Alphabet Character Patterns ..................................

59

EDITING PATTERNS ..........................................

61

Moving the Pattern ...............................................................

63

Rotating the Pattern ..............................................................

63

Changing the Size of the Pattern...........................................

63

Deleting the Pattern..............................................................

63

Displaying Patterns in the Screen Magnified by 200% ..........

63

Changing the Configuration of Character Patterns ................

64

Changing Character Spacing ................................................

64

Reducing Character Spacing.................................................

65

Separating Combined Character Patterns..............................

65

Changing the Color of Each Alphabet Character in a

 

Pattern..................................................................................

66

Embroidering Linked Characters...........................................

67

Changing the Thread Color ..................................................

67

Creating a Custom Thread Table ..........................................

68

Choosing a Color from the Custom Thread Table .................

71

Designing Repeated Patterns ................................................

72

Embroidering the Pattern Repeatedly ....................................

76

Duplicating a Pattern............................................................

78

After Editing .........................................................................

79

COMBINING PATTERNS ...................................

80

Editing Combined Patterns ...................................................

80

Sewing Combined Patterns...................................................

83

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CONTENTS

VARIOUS EMBROIDERING FUNCTIONS..........

84

Uninterrupted Embroidering (Monochrome - Using a Single

 

Color)...................................................................................

84

Basting Embroidery ..............................................................

84

USING THE MEMORY FUNCTION....................

85

A Appendix

 

Chapter1 How to Create Bobbin Work

2

ABOUT BOBBIN WORK ......................................

3

PREPARING FOR BOBBIN WORK .......................

3

Required Materials .................................................................

3

Upper Threading ....................................................................

4

Preparing the Bobbin Thread..................................................

5

CREATING BOBBIN WORK (SEWING)................

9

Positioning the Fabric and Sewing..........................................

9

Bobbin Work Free Motion Sewing........................................

11

CREATING BOBBIN WORK (EMBROIDERY) .....

12

Selecting the Pattern.............................................................

12

Start Embroidering................................................................

14

ADJUSTING THE THREAD TENSION ................

16

TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................

17

Chapter2 Maintenance and

 

Troubleshooting

18

CARE AND MAINTENANCE...............................

19

Restrictions on oiling............................................................

19

Precautions on storing the machine......................................

19

Cleaning the LCD Screen .....................................................

19

Cleaning the Machine Casing...............................................

19

Cleaning the Race ................................................................

19

Cleaning the Cutter in the Bobbin Case Area........................

21

About the Maintenance Message..........................................

21

ADJUSTING THE SCREEN ..................................

22

Adjusting the Brightness of the Screen Display .....................

22

Touch Panel is Malfunctioning .............................................

22

TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................

23

Frequent troubleshooting topics ...........................................

23

Upper thread tightened up ...................................................

23

Tangled thread on wrong side of fabric ................................

24

Incorrect thread tension........................................................

26

Fabric is caught in the machine and cannot be removed ......

27

List of Symptoms ..................................................................

30

ERROR MESSAGES .............................................

34

SPECIFICATIONS ...............................................

37

UPGRADING YOUR MACHINE’S

 

SOFTWARE.........................................................

38

Upgrade Procedure Using USB Media..................................

38

Upgrade Procedure Using Computer....................................

39

INDEX ................................................................

40

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