Just a few little notes about the Singer Circular Stitcher - join in with any of your suggestions!
I have had several requests for more explicit instructions, and just a couple of hints. So...... without sticking our fingers, let's give it a try!
After you determine and mark out your pattern, place the pin in the center of your first circle.
Put the lid back on. Now, I do admit I have left it off with just as good results - just a little sticky if you happen to hit with your finger.
The most important part is to go slow and to keep the fabric from bunching up on you. The stitcher will do the work, but you can keep your fingers lightly on the fabric as you see in the photo. If you see it start to bunch up on you, stop and readjust the fabric, and continue.
Continue sewing until you come to where you started.
Since I was using my Singer 301 and the straight stitch only, I don't have decorative stitches, but if your machine has that capability just use any you wish and have fun!
TIP: I placed a piece of embroidery stabilizer underneath my fabric to give it some stability. Practice on a piece to see if you need to do this. Just depends on your fabric.