Question about Singer 7466 Mechanical Sewing Machine
Depending on the overall thickness of the proposed job, this should be fine provided you bear a few things in mind, and monitor progress.
Use a new size 14 or leather needle, and be prepared to renew needle several times depending on the size of the job........start the sewing by turning the handwheel to create the first stitch and run at low to moderate speed
.....if the machine feels like it is struggling from the outset, do not continue.....
if it runs fine and only starts to labour after a while, the needle will have become blunt...replace it.
For each new seam, start by turning the handwheel manually, just to get things started.....you may also find this helpful at the end of seams for the lock stitch
The presser foot tension may need to be relaxed a little depending on the overall thickness of the job
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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