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Trying to do a tail for a seal pattern begins with cast on 9sts row1 purl,row2 k7,w&t what does w&t mean please


go google and type in--- knitting words and abbreviations-- down load any pdf versions
you will see that definitions vary from country to country so check the country of origin of the pattern to get it right

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Thread has started to wrap around the bobbin holder (hook?)


it is very possible, if you try a new needle--one that is correct for the fabric being sewed and inserted correctly into the needle holder
and the machine is still not sewing
make sure the bobbin is turned the right way in the bobbin holder
then it would be a good idea to have the machine checked

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I have a tread wrapped around inside the threading mechanism. I need to see a diagram to tell you what the thread is wrapped around.


Chances are it is wrapped around the raceway area, take out the bobbin case and take out the raceway if you can, if you have a rotary raceway that goes all the way round you will not be able to and it means painstakingly pulling out all the thread piece by piece

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You should hold the end of the thread coming through the needle until the thread has grasped the bobbin thread.

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Place the thread spool on one of the two thread guides. Bring the thread across to the notch on top of the machine guide it to the left and down the front of the machine. Directly under that threader close to the needle wrap it down under and go back to the top right to left then go to the top lever in the up position use your wheel to the right , wrap from right to left going down and threading. Wrapping just means placing around. Now for the bobbin. take casing out wit bobbin thread counter clockwise place in casing and release handle of casing put in machine making sue it is locked in. THen go fishing.

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White 2037 Bobbin Filling


turn your thread 3 turns to the right, clockwise,
then pass theend of the thread, under the coming thread and give it another 3 turns to the right.
For better results, always remove old thread from bobbin before filling it up.

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