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How do you set machine up with cotton

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Paul... youtube it.... It's really not difficult. Have to load bobbin with thread first... install bobbin (under the needle plate in its holder) thread cotton from top of machine through the correct catch points to the needle.... catch the thread from the bobbin..... pull threads under pressure foot (but look in youtube... loads of vids)

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