September 2018

How To Thread A Janome Sewing Machine

How to thread a Janome sewing machine: What’s your Janome model? A 8002d serger, 7034d serger, xl601, 525s, jw 8100, hd 3000, dc 5100, dc 1018, jw 76390, hd 1000, pro 4dx, re1306…. ? Anyway, to the guide..

The first thing that you need to do before you start the threading process is that you first have to go to the hand wheel and click your hand wheel in to the left. After you click the hand wheel to the left go ahead and turn the hand wheel towards you ensuring that the needle is in its highest position.

Once the needle is in its highest position make sure that your presser foot is lifted up so that it shouldn’t be touching your throat plate at all. This releases the tension disks inside your sewing machine that will hold your thread after we have threaded the machine.Read More »How To Thread A Janome Sewing Machine

How To Thread A Singer Sewing Machine

In this comprehensive guide, we are going to look at how to thread a singer sewing machine. The process is not complicated and once you get the hang of it, it will become quite easy.

The first thing that we need to do is wind the bobbin. To wind a bobbin, you will first need to remove the removable storage compartment box

After removing it, lower the hinge door to reveal the bobbin holder. To remove the bobbin case simply lift out and pull out the bobbin case.

Your machine is designed to use at class 15 transparent bobbin so when you buy them online or down at your store make sure that you get a class 15 transparent bobbin because it’s going to work the best in your machine.Read More »How To Thread A Singer Sewing Machine

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Computerized Vs Mechanical Sewing Machines

Summary: What’s the difference between computerised vs mechanical sewing machines? The simple difference between computerised vs mechanical sewing machines are:-

  1. Mechanical/Electronic sewing machines have dials &knobs that allow you to choose stitches and change other settings of the machine. There are less complicated to use with simple instructions, easier to maintain, lesser number of stitches and cheaper than computerized sewing machines
  2.  Computerized sewing machines on the other hand are more advanced in that they allow you to do a variety of utility & decorative stitches and also allow you to create creating embroidery designs. They come packed with many automatic features to make the sewing experience smoother.

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