Operating Your Sewing Machine

Operating Your Sewing Machine

If you are beginner you need learn this getting started guide of operating instructions and operation basics your sewing machine.

Extension Table: Converting to Free-Arm Style

Converting to Free-Arm Style

Free-Arm sewing is convenient for sewing tubular and hard-to-reach areas on garments. To change your machine to the free-arm style, lift up on the extension table and pull it out.
Lift the bottom of the extension table up toward you.
Pull the extension table out to remove it.

Extension Table

Extension table is the removable/free arm sewing bed that can remove if you simply 'pop' it out of place.
Using an extension table you can sew circular items, like hems and cuffs.

Standard Accessories Set

Standard Accessories Set

1. Buttonhole presser foot
2. Zipper foot
3. Button sewing foot
4. Needle set (regular single needle No. 14)
5. Twin needle
6. Bobbins
7. Darning plate
8. Screwdriver
9. Extra spool pin
10. Blind hem presser foot 11. Seam ripper

The accessory bag

The above accessories are stored in the accessory bag inside the extension table. These accessories have been designed to help complete most sewing tasks.

Connecting Plugs

Connecting Plugs

1. Insert the foot controller plug located between the foot controller and the power supply plug on the cord, into the jack on the housing a machine.
2. Insert the rower supply plug into an electrical outlet.
Caution:
When changing the light bulb or when the sewing machine is not use, the rower supply plug must be disconnected from the wall socket to avoid electrical hazards.

Foot Controller Pedal

Foot Controller Pedal

Sewing machine foot control pedal is used for control a speed of sewing machine. Be wary, do not press the pedal sharply and don't work on high speed.

Reverse Sewing Lever

Reverse sewing lever

Reverse lever or button have almost all sewing machine except for very old rare models.
Using this reverse device that make back-stitched is needed for the start and stop of every seam, for sewing any projects.

Front Loading Bobbin Cover

Front Loading Bobbin Cover

Bobbin Cover: For front loading bobbins, you remove the storage compartment to reveal a flip-down cover.

How to Disable or Enable Feed Dogs

How to disable or enable feed dogs

Needle plate, presser foot, and feed dogs work together.
A set of feed dogs typically resembles two or three short, thin metal bars, crosscut with diagonal teeth, which move back and forth in slots in a sewing machine's needle plate.

To disconnect the feet dogs' teeth, you need pull this lever down and move it to the right. To turn it on, do the opposite.

Presser Foot Lever

Presser Foot Lever

Presser foot lever is used for lifting presser foot sole above the fabric.
Caution: the presser foot can be lifted no more than 6 mm from the needle plate. Otherwise, the top thread tension is weakened.

Changing the Presser Foot

Changing the Presser Foot

It may be necessary to change the presser foot according to your sewing needs.
Snap-on type:
Turn power switch to "O".
1. Raise the needle to its highest position by turning the balance wheel toward you (counterclockwise), and raise the presser foot lever.
2. Release the foot by raising the lever located at the back of the presser foot holder assembly.
3. Place a different presser foot on the needle plate so that the bar on the presser foot is in line with the slot on the shank.
4. Lower the presser foot lever and fix the presser foot onto the shank. If the presser foot is in the correct location, the bar should snap in.

Inserting the Needle

Inserting the Needle

Turn power switch to "O".
1. Remove the power supply plug from the electrical outlet.
2. Paise the needle bar to ita highest position.
3. Lower the presser foot.
4. If a needle is already installed, remove the needle by loosening the needle clamp with a coin and pulling the needle down.
5. With the flat side toward the back, insert the new needle as far as possible up against the needle stopper.
6. Tighten the needle clamp.

Lower (bobbin) Treading

Lower (bobbin) Treading

Turn power switch to "O".
1. Raise the needle to its highest position by turning the balance wheel toward you (counterclockwise), and raise the presser foot lever.
2. Open the shuttle cover behind the extension table on the front of the machine and remove the bobbin case by pulling its latch toward you and pulling it out from the shuttle race.
3. Unwind about 10cm (4") of thread from a full bobbin and insert the bobbin into the bobbin case. Pull the trailing thread into the slot, down and to the left, until it enters the delivery eye under the tension spring.
4. Holding the bobbin case by the latch, fully insert the bobbin case into the shuttle race and release the latch. Make sure the bobbin case finger fits into the notch at the top of the race.
Note: If the bobbin case is not properly placed back into the machine, it will fail out from the shuttle immediately after starting to sew.

Continuation see here: Operating Your Sewing Machine - part two

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