Question about Janome Sewing Machines
Thread the machine with two threads as normal, you will find you have a space for the thread to go each side of the tension discs, do not put your stitch width more than two and a half
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi roscoepc1.....The threading pattern is identical to single needle. The only changes are that you now are threading 2 spools of thread, one thread for each needle. The only change that I reccommend, but not neccessary, is that while threading through the tension dial, lay your threads between separate discs, and not together between the same pair of discs. Your tension dial contains either 3 or 4 discs.......please update your post if you have any further information or questions.....good luck my friend
Posted on Aug 05, 2007
Hi there. If you have an acessory kit with your machine, there should be a plain spindle with a smaller bottom on it. There should also be a small hole on the top or back of your machine where your thread goes.. And yes you can thread both strands of thread thru the same areas till the needle.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
Two reels of thread on the top,make sure the threads go seperate sides in between the tension discs, thread both needles but remember not to put the stitch width more than 2.
Posted on May 06, 2009
its basically the same as a normal needle, but nearest the needle most machines have a way to divide the thread before the needle hole. Some machines have a left and right thread guide a couple of "steps" before the needle, but at some point they have to travel together, and this doesn't seem to be a problem. Make sure you lessen the tension as there is still only one bobbin thread, and triple check the needle is in the middle and that you are on straight stitch or you might break it!
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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Posted on Nov 16, 2010
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