Question about Sewing Machines
Double needle sewing requires two threads. Most machines have two thread spool pins, one spool on each pin. Both threads are threaded just like a single thread down to the needle, which is where they separate, one thread through each needle. One exception would be on machines that you can see the tension discs, some have a separating disc between the two outer tension discs, therefore, run one thread on either side of this centre disc. Also in zigzag mode, you must realize that you cannot utilize the full width of the zigzag due to the extra width of the needle path.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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