Question about Sewing Machines
I have threaded the bobbin correctly, disengaged the clutch, and all it does is spin around. Any ideas? Thanks Gerry
Clutch is disengaged only for winding thread onto the bobbin.
When done, re-engage (tighten) clutch and with bobbin in bobbin case, hold needle thread, rotate handwheel until needle is top centre of it's motion then pull threads thru allowing approx 100mm (4") slack .....you are ready to sew.
If this isn't what you were asking, then I'm not sure why you have disengaged the clutch, so more detail please.
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