10 June, 2014

Threading Machine

Hi. . I still couldn’t get the threading done. (i can’t get any help from any people cause my mom won’t let me do it) Here’s something I came up to. (link) what you do is to put the alphabets in the correct threading order, please? Example: thread -> A -> B -> (and so on) thank you. Very very very much. Still. I think I found an answer. Threading a machine can really be a pain without some sort of help. Kacky’s got the right idea. If you don’t have an instruction manual for your machine, you can find downloadable ones online. Just type in the model of your machine with the words online manual after it. Most sites will offer free manuals. Some will charge a small fee. If you don’t have or can’t find a manual, can you mark your machine with a marker or alphabet stickers in order of how the thread goes so you don’t have to run into this problem again? I have had my machine for so long and if I don’t use it for a while, I have to remember how to thread mine.

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  1. Harpy Richards June 8, 2014 at 12:42 am #
    Ignore A, B and C for now. They are for filling bobbins. Go through D, down E, up F over the metal arm inside, down still inside F, then G and I. I admire the heck out of you for being persistent and sticking with this. But I also pity you. I would never advise a new sew-er to try to figure out their machine without human help. After you thread it, there are many more steps to get through! .