Sewing machine FAQ
Please check the bobbin holder to make sure it is not spinning or moving out of place when you turn the hand wheel; you may find it helpful to watch the video on the LSS-202 web page.
The needle should be pushed up all the way inside the needle bar and threaded from front to back. Separate both threads from each other and have them go under the presser foot and hang behind the machine. The most common cause of jamming is that the top thread has no tension or low tension.
How do you thread the bobbin on a easy home sewing machine?
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- Step 1 u2013 Connect the Power Supply.
- Step 2 u2013 Wind Thread Onto the Bobbin.
- Step 3 u2013 Thread the Top Part of the Machine.
- Step 4 u2013 Thread the Needle.
- Step 5 u2013 Load the Bobbin into the Mini Sewing Machine.
- Step 6 u2013 Bring Up the Bobbin Thread.
How do you thread a bobbin?
Even so, you can use this step-by-step guide to learn the fundamentals of sewing on any machine.
- Begin winding with an empty bobbin and a spool of thread.
- Secure the thread.
- Insert the bobbin onto the bobbin winder shaft.
- Secure the bobbin.
- Begin winding.
What is the standard size sewing machine needle?
For lightweight fabrics like georgette or organdy, use a 60/8 needle; for medium-weight jersey, Lycra, linen, or calf leather, use a 70/10 or 80/12 needle; for heavy fabrics like jeans, vinyl, upholstery, or canvas, use a 90/14 or 100/16 needle; and for very heavy fabrics, use a 110/18 or 120/19 needle.
What can you sew with a mini sewing machine?
There are ten crafty things you can do with a mini sewing machine!
- A mini sewing machine can top stitch directly from a thread reel.
- A mini sewing machine can sew around fairly tight curves.
- A mini sewing machine can sew through two layers of stiffened craft felt.
Why is the bobbin thread not being picked up?
– Check to see if your thread is caught between the needle and the spool of thread; if so, your thread will be too tight for the needle to pick up the bobbin thread. – Check to see if the upper thread is threaded properly.
Does bobbin thread go through needle?
The spool thread passes through the needle’s eye, while the bobbin thread passes through the needle plate.
Why isn’t my sewing machine catching the bobbin thread?
The needle will not go down and pick up your bobbin thread if it is not in the correct position; also, make sure your bobbin is in the correct position (not backwards) and that your machine’s upper tension disks are threaded correctly, with the presser foot up when seating the thread through the upper tension.
How do I fix bobbin thread bunching up?
How to Fix Bunched Bobbin Threads and Other Threading Issues
- Re-thread the upper part of the sewing machine, ensuring that the thread passes through each and every thread guide on its way to the needle.
- Change the Needle.
- Inspect the Bobbin.
- Clean the Machine.