Many sewers struggle with tangled
threads, irregular tensions, and problems threading their
sewing machine. Without thread there is no sewing. Thread is an
essential. The sewing machine uses thread to join fabrics
together. The user needs Instructions Threading Sewing
Sewing Machine teach the user how to thread. They
teach upper and lower threads accurately to produce a
smooth flowing thread line. When threads move through the
sewing machine properly, the thread forms stitches with
are used to fill the bobbin. The bobbin is placed in a bobbin
carrier under the needle plate. Instructions Threading Sewing
Machine reveal that the bobbin thread must be smoothly wound on
the bobbin without being overly tight or having loops. The
thread must then flow under the bobbin tensioner.
Threading Sewing Machine teaches the user to thread the upper
thread. It teaches careful placement of the spool
of thread on the spool pin so that it does not snag. When the
thread spools off the spool, it sometimes snags or hangs up.
This prevents the thread from flowing through the upper
mechanism of the sewing machine properly.
spool pins require the use of a spool cap of the correct size
to prevent snags. Vertical spool pins near the bottom or base
of the machine, often use thread net for the same
thread must trail across the top of the sewing machine from
right to left. Thread guides are mounted on top of the machine
and sometimes toward the back. Instructions Threading Sewing
Machine demand that the thread be properly threaded through
each and every thread guide.
Sewing Machine gives warnings. Avoid wrapping the
upper thread around the bobbin winder tensioner. This is
a common error. Many sewing machines wind the bobbin on
top of the sewing machine and the thread guides and tension
assembly for bobbin winding are easily confused with the proper
thread flows from the last upper thread guide down to the
tensions assembly. The tension assembly may be surface mounted
on the front of the machine or hidden within the
upper thread with the presser foot always up. This will allow
the thread to slide between the two metal tension discs that
provide tension to the upper thread. Guide the upper thread
through the tension assembly, over the tensioning spring, up
over the sewing machine take up lever.
thread down from the take up lever through any additional
thread guides to the tip of the needle. Thread the needle.
Lightly tug on the thread after threading the needle to make
sure that it flows smoothly. Drop the presser foot and test the
thread flow again for resistance on the thread line.
Instructions Threading Sewing Machine
explains bobbin threading. It explains how lower
thread is draw up through the hole in the needle plate.
The needle draws the upper thread down through the eye of the
needle where the hook snatches the upper thread and wraps it
around the bobbin. As the needle draws the thread up, it
drags the bobbin thread along behind.