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Bobbin
Round metal spool which
holds the bottom thread.
Bobbin Case
Holds the bobbin and
regulates bottom tension
Needle Stitch Plate
The place
where
seam
allowance
guides are
located.
Feed Dogs
Teeth that
move the
fabric
through
the
machine.
Presser Foot
Holds the
fabric in
place
while you
sew.
Presser Foot Lifter
Raises and
lowers the
presser
foot.
Needle
Carries the
thread and
pierces the
fabric.
Needle Clamp
Holds the
needle in
place.
Reverse Button
Creates
backstitching
to keep
seams from
coming
apart.
Needle Stop Up/Down
Makes it so
that the
needle
stops in the
desired
position.
ВЅ Speed Button
Allows the
machine to
sew at half of
the normal
speed
Thread Take Up Lever
Pulls
thread
from the
spool.
Bobbin Pretension
Provides
tension on
the thread
while
winding a
bobbin.
Upper Thread Tension
Controls
the
tightness
on the
thread.
Screen
Displays
information
about sewing
machine
settings
Stitch Length Buttons
Sets the
length of
stitches.
#17
Needle Position Buttons
Changes
needle
position
from left to
center to
right.
Stitch Width Buttons
Sets the
width of
zigzag and
pattern
stitches.
#19
Spool Pin
Holds the
top spool
of thread.
#20
Bobbin Winder
Holds the
bobbin
while
winding.
#23
Handwheel
Can be
turned
TOWARD
YOU to raise
and lower
the needle.
#24
Stitch Selection Buttons
Changes
the
pattern of
the stitch
#25
Power Switch
Turns the
sewing
machine
on or off.
Foot Pedal
Controls
the speed
at which
the fabric
moves
through
the
machine
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Thread
Tension
Bobbin
Winder
Thread Take
Up Lever
Hand Wheel
Needle
Position
Stitch Width
Buttons
Stitch Length
Buttons
Reverse
Stitch
Bobbin Area
Stitch Plate
Feed Dogs
Stitch
Selection
Buttons
Spool Pin
14. Presser foot
15. Needle Clamp
16. Seam Allowance
guides
A. 5/8”
Marked on the
back of the stitch
plate
B. ¼”
Edge of Presser
Foot
C. 1/8”
Inside corner on
Presser foot
D.
1”
End of Stitch
plate
**You will need to
individually show
me where the
bobbin case is
and where the
foot pedal is.
Hint: Each line on the seam allowance guide is 1/8”
Reverse Stitch
Button!!
Press the Reverse
button at the
beginning and end
of each seam
пЃ®
пЃ®
Whenever you sew a permanent seam, you need to secure
your seam
Backstitching is the most common way to secure your
seam, so that your project won’t fall apart
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