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Bobbin fill with a design in progress


I'm not totally sure what you're asking, but I'm assuming you're asking how to replace an empty bobbin if you're in the middle of a design. Take the hoop off, but for heaven't sake, DO NOT remove the fabric from the hoop, replace the bobbin, bring the bobbin thread to the top, and put the hoop back on. You should then back up in the block by pressing the reverse button right above the light button, with a "U" next to it--it will reverse the stitches. Back up about 20 stitches before you press the green button.

Now, here's the gotcha. If you bumped or moved your arm even slightly when you removed the hoop, it can throw off the design placement. To get around that, after you have replaced the bobbin, but before putting on the hoop, turn the machine off and then on again. This may "blow" or exit the design in the program; so just put the hoop back on, retransmit the design, and then use the arrow key on the machine navigator on the PC to go back to the block you were doing, and then use the ADVANCE button to go to where you were. The advance button is just ABOVE the reverse button. When you're to that point in the block, press the green button and it will resume sewing.

Jul 28, 2014 | Singer CE-100 Futura Computerized Sewing...

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My Model # 1120 Singer sewing machine needle will not go up and down when motor is pressed. The bobbin winder, however, spins.


It sounds like your machine is set to wind the bobbin right now, so the drive is disengaged. That would explain why the bobbin winder pin is the only part moving. Check your manual for how to reset the machine when you are finished winding the bobbin.

Most machines have a way to disengage the drive for the needle while filling the bobbin. Then once the bobbin is filled, you re-engage the drive. Some machines have a separate, smaller hand-wheel that turns and clicks into place. Some machines automatically reengage the drive once the bobbin pin snaps into place away from the drive belt.

I hope this helps!

Mar 29, 2011 | Singer 1120 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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I owe a Topaz 30, lesser than 1 year old. Today I've got problems with the bobin winding. I set it on its place as usually and when I tried to start it and push the ok button, there was a click and than...


I don't have a Topaz, but a Designer 1. I think the bobbin winding setup is similar on these machines. One time I had accidentally pushed too hard on the bobbin winder spindle when I put the empty bobbin on, and the mechanism had gone back inside the machine a little and would not work. I was able to pull it back into place myself without needing to go to the repair shop. Look carefully at your bobbin winder and see if it is in the right place - this might just be your problem and is easily fixed. I am very careful now not to push too hard when I put on the empty bobbin. Also make sure you have pushed the bobbin completly towards the bobbin stop. Does the bobbin winding pop-up appear on your screen?

Nov 10, 2010 | Husqvarna Designer I

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Need bobbins


Bobbins are freely available in a variety of places. If you don't have a sewing specialty shop handy, there's always the internet. eBay is a good place to start. Also you could Google search for "bobbins (your brand and model of machine)" you should find some without any trouble. I live in Australia and have bought bobbins from the USA at very cheap prices and the postage costs were extremely small.

Oct 08, 2010 | Husqvarna Designer I

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I cant remember how to fill the bobbin with thread :(


Insert the empty bobbin case onto the bobbin winder in the sewing machine.

Step 2 Set the spool of thread onto the thread peg. Use the same thread you want to use on your material to obtain the best finished stitch.

Step 3 Follow the arrows or guides to take the thread from the spool to the empty bobbin.
Step 4 Start the thread around the bobbin in a clockwise direction.

Step 5 Push the small lever against the bobbin spool to hold it in place. This disengages the needle so it won't go up and down while winding the bobbin.

Step 6 Press the foot or knee pedal to start the winding process. Stop when you have enough thread on the bobbin for your project.

Step 7
Cut the thread between the thread spool and the bobbin. Insert the bobbin into the bobbin case so you can begin sewing.

Open to clarifications.
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Jan 10, 2010 | Janome Jem Silver 662 Mechanical Sewing...

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Needle up down moves the embroider


It's okay - it's supposed to do that! The Needle Down button has a different function when you are in Embroidery mode i.e. you have the emb. unit attached.
It moves the emb. arm forward for two reasons: so you can cut top-side jump stitches more easily between colour changes (you touch the button again and the emb. arm returns to under the needle so you can finish the design); and secondly so you can "park" the embroidery unit when you are finished. You can then turn the machine off, remove the emb. unit and replace it in the carry case. If you DON'T do this, the emb. arm is not in the right position to fit into the moulded carry case properly.

The Broken Thread message usually means that it has started the colour, but the thread has been pulled down underneath instead of making nice locked stitches. Hold onto the thread end until the machine has stopped and beeped for you to cut the thread. This usually solves that problem. Sometimes the thread gets pulled out of your hand so just back up the stitches a few and start over, holding the thread more tightly. Don't tug on the thread - just keep a firm grip.

Designer 1s often cut the bobbin thread too short so that it can't make those nice locked stitches when it starts. You need to take off the hoop, open up the bobbin cover and use your stylus, the tip of a pair of scissors, tweezers (whatever is to hand) to pull the bobbin thread out a little. Instead of cutting it on the bobbin thread cutter, just let it hang outside by 1/8" or so. That way you can be sure there is enough bobbin thread available for the stitch to lock. Don't use the scissors button on the machine after every colour change. Sure, it makes for a tidier back of the embroidery with less work for you afterwards, but if it means you are taking the hoop and bobbin cover off after every colour change then it is not worth it in time-saving.
If your machine is doing this - cutting the bobbin thread too short - mention it to your tech. when you machine goes in for its next service. He may be able to tweak the bobbin cutter so it does not cut so close.

Jan 05, 2010 | Husqvarna Designer I

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I have had my CE-200 for over a year now and have used it a lot. This morning when I went to finish up a design - when I send the block, the machine moves to the place to start sewing, however, when I push...


Make sure your software is updated (Help->Live Update). Then try a very simple design (for example, create a short text or take a small design from the built-in library). If the same happens, you need a technician to examine your machine.

Dec 22, 2009 | Singer CE-200 Quantum Futura Computerized...

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Once I set up my design card and select design, the needle moves


Hi, and welcome to FixYa. If I understand your problem, the needle goes in and out of your fabric, and the embroidery hoop moves, but the machine does not actually start embroidering your design right away....did I get it right? If have time to answer a few questions, I can give more accurate instructions.

  1. How long have you had your machine?
  2. How long have you been doing machine embroidery?
  3. Do you have a manual for your machine?
  4. Look at the back side of your design - do you see lots of bobbin thread, or hardly any?
  5. Have you taken lessons for your machine or for embroidery?
  6. When your design is finished, can you where the machine skipped stitches?
Here a couple of things you can try (if you have already):

  • Make sure you use an embroidery needle, not a universal. In most cases, you should use a size 90. Change your needle after each project. A blunt need can cause your machine to skip embroidery stitches anywhere in the design.
  • Rewind or replace your bobbin. Make sure you use bobbin thread in your bobbin when you embroider - it is thinner and gives you better tension. If pre-wound embroidery bobbins are compatible with your machine, I recommend that you try one and compare the result with designs sewn using the bobbin thread you've been using.
  • Normally, you should loosen your tension a little bit when you embroider. When you look at the back side of your embroidery, you should see more bobbin thread than embroidery thread.
I owned an embroidery business for several years, and I have six different embroidery machines of my own - so with a little more info from you, I think I can help.


Feb 03, 2009 | PfaFF Creative 7570

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Embroidery hoop gets stuck to the plate and needle breaks


This has happened to me as well. What I usually do is:-
* remove bobbin case and clean out any lint, also under the needle plate, then replace needle plate , bobbin case and the little front cover. replace the bobbin , checking that you have the thread going the correct way.
* replace the needle with a new one of the correct size for the weight of your fabric and the weight of your thread
*remove and rethread the top thread
* check that the stabilizer is of sufficient weight for the density of the design. (You may need to float an extra piece of stabilizer underneath the hoop)
* check also that it is bobbin-fill in your bobbin (it is easy to get it mixed up)
* when stitching out lace, sometimes it helps to hoop the solvy double.

Jan 07, 2009 | Husqvarna Designer I

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Bobbin thread coming up through top of design


My 270D does this when I'm about to run out of bobbin. If you just replaced it I'd guess you either wound it wrong or are using the wrong type of bobbin spool. It could be too loosely or too tightly wound.

Nov 18, 2008 | Brother Disney PE-400D Computerized Sewing...

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