Question about Necchi 4595 Mechanical Sewing Machine
Lift the presser foot and pull about 8" of thread through the needle.
When threading a sewing machine, make sure the presser foot is up as this opens the tension control so the thread can be properly seated and controlled once the presser foot is down.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Thread looping on the bottom
Thread looping on the bottom means you have a problem with the top thread. In your case there is no tension on your top thread. Take all the thread out of the top and start threading over. Make sure you follow the correct path and make sure the thread goes through the tension discs. Then at the time of sewing, make sure your foot is down (this closes the tension discs and gives the thread the tension.) You may have worked on the tension setting while not realizing the thread was not in between theses discs, so also make sure the top tension disc setting is in the average before sewing.
(If you see loops on top, it means you have a problem with the bottom thread)
Posted on May 25, 2009
This is a tension adjustment problem. It's good to use two different colors of thread, like you did. From your description, the top thread (needle thread) tension needs to be tighter. As you tighten the tension of the top thread, you'll see that the top thread pulls the bobbin thread up into the fabric so it's no longer laying loose on the bottom of the fabric.
You'll need to have the pressure foot down when you tighten the tension. Tighten it a little, sew a practice seam, check to see what the stitch looks like. Tighten it a little more, sew, check, etc etc--until both top and bottom look the same--you shouldn't see much (if any) of the bobbin thread color on top of the fabric or the top thread color on the underside.
Let me know how this works for you, ok?
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
There are so many thing you need to re-check.
First clean out the bobbin area to be sure there aren't any thread tangles still there.
Open the manual and start from the beginning with threading the machine with the presser foot lever UP - always.
Read the instructions and do not rely solely on the pictures as we all sometimes rush to do (I am just as guilty as the next person to do this).
Make sure the bobbin thread is feeding from the bobbin case in the correct direction.
Hold onto the end of the top thread (after needle has been threaded) and lower then raise the needle to catch and bring up the bobbin thread.
Place the fabric under the presser foot and as you hold onto the ends of the top and bobbin thread, hand walk the first stitch, then use the power pedal.
If you need a manual, you can download (free) from Singer - http://www.singerco.com/accessories/manuals.html
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
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