I’m going to go over instructions that fit a pretty standard Modern-day machine since there are many types of sewing machines out there I definitely recommend checking your own user’s manual to double-check Where your different parts are located for your machine to thread a sewing machine first you have to make sure you have a loaded Bobbin With the thread that you want to use if your bobbin has a small hole slip some thread from the inside outwards And if there’s no hole it may be that you have the type of machine that has a self-winding Bobbin So you simply have to wrap the thread around the Bobbin a couple of times and it will take care of itself as it begins Place the Bobbin on the Bobbin winder and in most cases lock it to the right.The thread between the Bobbin and the spool needs to go around the Bobbin winder tension disc.Once the Bobbin has been locked to the right and the thread is following the proper flow for the sewing machine you can begin loading the Bobbin by simply pressing the foot pedal.If you’ve done everything right the Bobbin will begin spinning and loading and all you’re doing is holding down the foot pedal until you want to stop. Once the Bobbin has enough thread you stop with a foot pedal unlock it and pull it out. Snip off any excess thread and it’s ready to be loaded into the bottom of the machine. On the Bottom of the machine there’s typically a plate that’s covering where the Bobbin is supposed to go.The first step will be to pop out that plate. When you’re putting in the Bobbin make sure that you’re holding it in a P-shape position, as in the circular part of the Bobbin should form the round part of the letter p and then the thread should be coming down the left side of the Bobbin. Place the Bobbin in while holding that p shape orientation And then there should be a diagram showing you which way to pull the thread Typically to the left in order to load it properly We’re going to leave the bobbin where it is for now and focus on threading the top thread into the machine. That metal arm that kind of resembles a swan head of a shape, that’s called the take-up lever. In order to get the thread through that part while you’re going up and down you’re going to have to make sure the take-up lever is in its fully raised position You can move it into its raised position by turning the manual dial on the right hand side that moves the needle, because as this take-up lever moves up and down the needle is what also moves up and down. As you leave the thread down from the take-up lever There’s typically one more small metal hook that I’ll need to attach to before you can thread it through the eye of the needle Insert the thread into the eye of the needle and pull out a good four to five inches in order to start. And then finish off by swinging it underneath the pressure foot. Once the needle has been swung underneath the pressure foot, if you turn the needle manually one whole rotation the bobbin thread should come up by itself, and then move those two threads to the back and you’ll be ready to start sewing. Here are the letters that I sewed together to spell merry Christmas in two little garland strings if you click on any other parts of this Christmas setup It’ll take you to other basic tutorials that I’ve put together Make sure you don’t stop here and you go ahead and watch the straight stitch tutorial and the zig-zag stitch tutorial because with those two stitches you can make pretty much any tutorial I have ever put onto my channel Thanks for watching. Hope this basic series is helpful to you. Let me know if there’s anything else you’d like me to cover.
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