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Select the straight sitch and this should put the needle in the center, then change the width control and this should move the needle. If it moves in the wrong direction then touch the mirror button and that should do it.

Posted on Sep 01, 2010

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What do yon and yfrn mean in a knitting pattern?


yon is usually Yarn On (or over) Needle. This is a yarn over between a purl and a knit stitch. (After the purl stitch, keep the working yarn in front of the needle. Then place the right needle into the next stitch so that the right needle is behind the left needle in the stitch. Wind the yarn around the needle and pull the loop through.)

yfrn is a Yarn foward and round the needle. This is a similar yarn over to the yon but is a little larger. The difference is that the yarn over is done after a knit stitch and before a purl stitch. After the knit stitch, bring the yarn in front of the needle. Wrap the yarn anti-clockwise around the right needle so that the yarn is again at the front of the work. Place the right needle in the front of the next stitch on the left needle. Then do a normal purl stitch.

You can see some videos and still photos here: http://www.stitcharena.com/library/hand-knitting/yfwd-yfrn-yrn-and-yon/ .

I hope this helps.

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Replacing a needle


All the machines I have had have a twist screw, right beside the needle, on the right of the needle. Raise your needle lever into the upright position, so the needle isn't in the machine. You use your thumb and first finger and turn the twist screw backwards. You can then pull your needle down and it will fall out of the needle holder. Insert a new needle, making sure the holes in the needle are front to back, not side to side, and tighten the twist screw.

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I have manual. Threaded correctly. Changed needle. Won't stitch.


Could be any one of these .-
1) check needle is in right direction.
2) if needle in right direction, check that the crochet hits the needle at the right spot.
3) check the tension on thread.
4)check bobin is corectly threaded .

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Why does the right needle keep breaking in myloc 634d


I agree with John Smeed It could be that the needle is bent or in the wrong way if it keeps on breaking it must be hitting the throat plate or it's timing may be out( a pro job) Also check the needle is in as high as it can go.

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Singer Stylist 11 Serger problems with right need skipping stitches how can I solve the problem


SKIPPED STITCHES ON A SERGER
1. Is the needle bent or worn--replace
2. Is the needle inserted correctly into the needle holder--check needle
3. Is the Serger threaded correctly--rethread
4. Is the presser foot pressure right for the fabric--adjust

Jan 04, 2013 | Sewing Machines

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I have a Bernina Activa 140. The threaded needle is not catching the bobbin thread. What should the needle height be from the plate?


The needle height is best checked by rotating the handwheel until the needle goes down through the stitch-plate (Make sure you're using a zig-zag stitch plate and not a straight stitch plate) and just starts to come back up again. Stop there. Gently push the needle bar to the right until the needle is at its furthest-most travel right (next to the right-hand edge of the needle slot). Tip the machine backwards slightly and drop the bobbin door; take the bobbin out. Open the hook/shuttle retainer, but leave the hook/shuttle in the hook race. The point of the hook/shuttle should be somewhere near the top, just below the stitch plate. Slowly rotate the handwheel until the point of the hook/shuttle passes just behind the needle; The point on the hook/shuttle should be just above the thread hole in the needle - if-so, the needle is at the right height, assuming the machine is properly synchronised. If its at the wrong height, you would need to have the needle-bar mechanism adjusted to put it right (relatively simple) - you cant just try and fudge it by adjusting the needle height using the needle securing screw. If you need help with re-setting the needle bar to get the right height, I can help, but you really need to be sure that the machine is properly synchronised first, so this may not be the total solution. Hope this helps.

Aug 25, 2011 | Bernina Activa 140

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Should the right hand needle be slightly longer than the left after changed? The right hand needle hangs a bit longer than the left. Is this correct?


Yes, needles are usually offset on sergers, one will be lower than the other.

You can download a manual from here: http://www.jukihome.com/products/mo644d.html its a pdf icon on left of screen, page 11 covers needles and the right needle is lower. It also says to change the right needle first, then the left one and to use a JL x 2 needle in the left side for heavy weight fabric.

Don't know with the Juki but I know my Bernette prefers the serger needles as they have a scarf/groove in the front as well as the back, ELX705, otherwise they are the same length as the standard domestic needle 130/705H.

Also, never unscrew the needle screw too far out, just enough to get the needles out and in, as there is sometimes a ballbearing up in the housing between the two needles and if you wind out the screws too far, this may drop out.

May 23, 2011 | Juki MO-644D Mechanical Sewing Machine

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Needle Change on the Elna 6003


1 - Loosen the knurled thumb screw on the right side of the needle clamp.

2 - The old needle wil probably fall out, if not you can simply pull it straight down to remove it.

3 - Slide a new needle up into the needle clamp.

4 - Tighten the knurled thumb screw on the right side of the needle clamp with your right hand while holding the needle up with your right hand.

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My white 2000 serger is dropping the thread on the first needle when I sew with it- the loopers, both upper and lower are working correctly in conjunction with the "right upper" needle. I have changed...


Could be as simple as poor quality thread (not using MaxiLock thread), the needles not inserted properly (the left is slightly higher than the right), a missing stitch forming pin on the needle plate, the needle bar being too high or a looper timing issue.

As the needles raise, the upper looper should move to the right with the right needle tip slightly above the eye of the looper.

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Right needle skipping stitches Janome 4623LE


if you adjust that setting, check that the needle goes into the needle plate the exact same distance front to back on both the right and left side. Also, be careful not to change the height when changing the twist.

Mar 23, 2009 | Sewing Machines

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