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Needle timing. Ihave a Model Ese2 . I have a quarter inch foot with a very tiny hole for the needle. I forgot to change the needle setting to the middle and broke my needle. They say that threw off my needle timing. I would like to know how to repair this myself since I have done it before and it cost $40 every time I have it repaired.

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Timing of a sewing machine, which timing? Needle to hook timing is fairly simple, turn the hand wheel in the direction the machine sews until it is at bottom of the stroke. Continue turning it until it moves up 2.54 mm if it is timed correctly the point of the hook should be right behind the needle and passing above the eye in the middle of the scarf of the needle. There are several timing of a sewing machine, needle to hook, feed and swing timing.

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Which presser foot is best to use for piecing quilt shop?


Probably the 1/4" quilting foot. It is designed so it's easier to sew a scant 1/4" seam by aligning the fabric edge to the foot's edge, which is what you need for piecing. Of course, to get it perfectly accurate, you may need to move the needle slightly or figure out where exactly 1/4" from the needle falls on your machine (important if you will be matching points in your piecing). Measuring 1/4" from the needle and then marking with a strip of painter's tape works for some.

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What is the setting for the 1/4" foot


Generally, it is assumed that you set the needle at the center position and align the fabric edge with the edge of the 1/4" foot. However, there is a degree of variance from one machine to another, so it is a matter of testing your machine. For quilt piecing, most often the sewist will have to adjust the fabric position to stitch a "teensy" bit less than the edge of the 1/4" foot. Again, it is a matter of testing your machine and adjusting your fabric. For those with computerized machines with many needle position settings, some sewists are able to adjust the needle one needle position to the right to attain the "perfect" quarter inch.

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Keep breaking needles after putting down presser foot


Sounds like you need the manual. This will give you a lot of basic information on how to use your machine. Please read the book all the way through.

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Also, check that you are using the proper presser foot for the stitch you have selected, ie do not use a zig-zag stitch with an embroidery presser foot that has only a tiny hole for the needle. Be sure you are installing the needle correctly. If the needle is backward, it could be hitting. When a needle hits something solid, it could knock the machine out of time, requiring a service call. Before running the machine, you can check whether the needle will clear by hand-rotating the handwheel one full cycle. If the needle strikes something, at least you can stop before it breaks or causes further damage.

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The needle keeps breaking


Either you have the wrong foot installed or your stitch setting is incorrect. Dial in a narrower setting. You may have a zig-zag setting without the zig-zag foot attachment, or your "width" dial is too wide for the foot's hole. Slowing turn the wheel and watch where the needle penetrates the foot hole. A collision at that point will break your needle every time!

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Crazy question but .....how do you center the needle? Always sits to the left


Don't know about your particular model, but maybe left is the normal "resting" position. When on zigzag it will move to the right then back to the left. As long as all of your different stitch patterns keep the needle between the limits of the hole above the shuttle and does not hit the machine bed then I would best guess everything is fine.
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Needle keeps breaking Model 150 Euro=Pro Sew Machine


broken needles can happen if you are pulling the fabric through rather thsn letting feed dogs move it, or if stitch setting needs a wide hole foot but you have straight stitch foot on. could also mean timing between needle and shuttle is out of sync.
or needle size is too small for weight of fabric you are sewing.
check out www.sewing.about.com for needle size info and use new needle for each new project.
if yoy suspect timing out take to technician for fulk service.

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I have a Kenmore model 1690. The needle when it goes down does not hit the hole in the foot plate. It comes down too far to the left of the opening, making it impossible to use the machine. I have...


This machine, when you have it on straight stitch, will sew with the needle to the left. If it's hitting the pressure foot, you may have the wrong pressure foot on the machine. If it's hitting the needle plate when you have the pressure foot removed, it's possible you have set for zig zag and you have a straight stitch needle plate on the machine. I believe this machine came with 2 needle plates. One for straight stitch, and another for zig zag.

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I have broken 2 needles and now the new needle (foot) will not move up and down. i have double checked all settings and nothing has helped. any suggestions


Hello,
Here are several solutions for you to try.

* Your broken needle may have been too thin for your fabric. Make sure your replacement needle
is appropriate for the weight and type of your fabric and thread. You may also need a thicker needle if you’re sewing through bulky layers of fabric. When you insert your new needle, make sure it’s positioned correctly (usually with the flat side away from the bobbin, but consult your manual), that it goes all the way into the holder, and that the screw is securely tightened.


If there doesn’t seem to be a problem with your needle, try the following:

* Check your pressure foot to make sure it’s attached securely.

* Change your pressure foot. Your pressure foot may be bent, causing your needle to hit it.

* Don’t sew over pins. A needle that hits a pin can break. Always remove the pins from your fabric before they reach your needle.

* Don’t pull your fabric as you sew. You could be bending your needle back, causing it to hit your needle plate instead of going into the hole. Just guide your fabric, letting it feed on its own.

* Check your needle plate to make sure it's securely in position.

* Change your needle plate. If you’ve been using a straight stitch needle plate (a plate with a small hole, often used for sewing fine, delicate fabrics), switch to a needle plate with a wider hole.

* Check the position of your needle. Sewing machines with zigzag capability allow you to adjust the position of your needle, right,left, or center. If your needle is not positioned correctly, it may be hitting your needle plate or pressure foot.


I hope this helps.

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As for the needle threader, once thru the last guide on the needle arm, raise needle to highest position, lower the needle threader so that the tiny hook engages the eye of the needle and place thread horizontally from L to R along the plastic arm so the tiny hook can grab thread, release threader and a small loop will form in needle, pull it clear and you are away !

If the tiny hook has been bent, a little judicious and gentle bending to re-align may be necessary, use a jewellers screwdriver or similar and please be very gentle

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