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It is a blog with plenty or results of the do's and don'ts of rethreading the needles

http://blog.heirloomcreations.net/?p=130

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Can not catching the bobbin tread at the bottom


The bobbin may be in backwards
the needle is not the correct one for the machine
the needle isn't correctly seated in the needle clamp
the machine is a little bit out of time.
Remember to hang on to the needle thread when you're trying to pick up the bobbin thread
Turn the handwheel in the direction that would advance the fabric from the front to the back of the machine
make sure the bobbin-winding spindle has been pushed back to the left for sewing
make sure your needle is inserted correctly as far as it will go with the flat side facing back
and that the upper tension disks of your machine are threaded correctly.
Make sure the presser foot is up when seating the thread through the upper tension.
Turn the hand wheel (TOWARDS YOU ONLY) never turn the hand wheel away from you and hold the needle thread lightly. .
pull the loop up and then pull both threads (top and bobbin) under the foot and toward the back of the machine.
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I have a white serger 1600 which I do not have the threading instructions. I have tried to thread it but cannot get the machine to work properly. help!


Hi,

Here is the you tube website which has a 4 part video on using the
White serger 1600 machine: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kF5ilPxR4Q

I also have a website with instructions threading this machine: http://www.ehow.com/info_8107633_instructions-thread-white-speedylock-serger.html

At the ehow site, you can search for all kinds of information in case you need more than learning how to thread and adjust the stitching. Happy sewing!

I hope this helps. If it does, I'd appreciate you vote. Thanks,

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My Babylock Serger Eclipse was bought around 1994 and had a looper threading tool wire to thread it when I could not get it to thread manually. I lost the tool and can't get the thread to blow through....


Try one of the Serger looper threading tools listed on this Amazon.com page: http://www.amazon.com/Serger-Looper-and-Needle-Threader/dp/B000Q30C3G/ref=pd_sbs_ac_1 .

These are third party tools. See the main item and the section "Customers who viewed this item also viewed" for other manufacturer's looper threading tools.

I hope this helps.

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I have an Elna 745 serger/overlock machine. Whenever I'm doing a double cover stitch hem, when I'm at the end, the thread release lever does not release the thread. To release it, I have to cut the...


There are two methods to release the cover stitch with sufficient slack in the thread. Since you are using the thread release lever, did you set the Brown tension dial to zero? Before changing the tension, you have to first lower the needles to their lowest position in the fabric with the hand wheel and then turn the hand wheel backwards to bring the needles to the highest point in the cycle.

The other method may work better for you. Bring the needles to the highest point in the cycle and lift the presser foot. Then slide a thin object (a sewing ruler, for example) between the presser foot and the feed dogs and pull the needle thread towards you. Cut the needle threads Then pull the fabric away from you before cutting the looper threads.

Both of these options are described on page 98 of the manual, which is available from Elna. The current link to the manual is http://www.elnausa.com/data/files/2_users/55/Inst_Book_745_%28E-F-G-I%29.pdf . Pictures for the second method are available here: https://www.seamwork.com/issues/2015/06/coverstitch-machines . (Ending the double cover stitch hem is the same as that for the single cover stitch.)

I hope this helps.

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I must not be doing something in the correrct order. Is there a video showing how to thread the husqvarna serger?


Hello. Here is a video and an article on how to thread your serger http://www.ehow.co.uk/how_7412042_thread-husqvarna-serger.html

To see the video, click on the photo. Joe

4 thumbs up please. ty.

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