Question about Sewing Machines
It's an odd thing but on my serger, it actually matters the order in which I thread it. I *try* to tie the new thread to the old and pull it through rather than re-threading, but when I've had to re-thread, I've had trouble getting it to loop again when I thread left to right. It seems that the loopers only loop if the right looper is threaded before the left.
Posted on Apr 18, 2015
It is usually VERY important to thread a serger in the proper order or it will never work. Sometimes, even after serging, the machine will malfunction and it may require clipping all the threads between the cones and the tensioners and pulling all the thread ends through the machine, then totally start threading from the beginning. You might check YouTube for instructions on threading your particular serger.
Be sure to RAISE the presser foot before threading the machine. This releases the tension disks so the thread will seat. It also helps to give each thread a little tug to make sure it is in the tension disk all the way.
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