Question about Brother XL-3510 Mechanical Sewing Machine
Hi fullmoon. The thread is passed through the needle from front, to back. Also, to be proactive, let's ensure that your needle is inserted correctly as well. Grasp a needle between your fingers and hold it vertically, pointed side down. As you examine the the top of the needle, observe that one "side" is flat, and the other is curved. To properly insert a needle into the Needle Bar, the Flat side faces the rear of the machine. As you continue to examine the curved "side", observe that along the length of the needle, a groove is present. The purpose of this groove is for the thread to lay in, in order to accommodate the diameter of the thread, hence, not having to create a hole larger than the needle itself.....Please update your post if you need any further help....good luck my friend
Posted on Aug 04, 2007
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