Question about Sewing Machines
Set the bobbin by allowing it to hang from your finger while the thread goes under the tension. it should ride down the thread one inch when you bob it lightly. now, when this is done replace the bobbin. now, the objective is to get the top tension to equal the bobbin tension so the knot will go to the center of the fabric. this can start at a setting of three and be adjusted as necessary. the main objective is a tug of war between the top and the bottom so the knot will go to the center of the fabric.
Posted on Nov 16, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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