Question about Sewing Machines
Pull the thread thru the needle about 3 inches .. lift the foot .. place the thread under the foot exiting toward the back ..hold on to the end of that thread ... turn the sewing machine by hand one turn .. that will loop the top thread around the bottom thread .. now use a screw driver or stick or what every you have. slide it under the foot and out the back .. both threads will now be sticking out the back .. pull a little out (you may have to turn the machine a little to release the threads) .. now when you see both threads sticking out the back under the foot you are ready to sew ..
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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