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Sewing machines are surprisingly delicate pieces of machinery. When the bobbin or needle gets pulled out of timing with the rest of the tool, the machine is useless and becomes a ...
First, remove the needle plate and run the wheel by hand to see where the needle is hitting. This can give you a good idea of which direction ...
Sewing machines are a mystery to a lot of people, but this website has a great animation that shows how a bobbin works. There are 2 main parts ...
Remove the bobbin case and loosen the lock bolts located behind the shuttle race so you can turn and realign it with the needle. On the Handi-Quilter, there ...
Now that the shuttle is loose, turn the hand wheel until your needle is all the way in the down position and just about to start on the ...
Now tighten your lock bolts behind the shuttle so the shuttle hook turns when you run the machine wheel. Again, you may have to carefully turn the ...
Next, check the distance between the stationary part of the shuttle and the pin that comes out of the front of your machine. The pin should insert into ...
Now, reassemble your machine and test on a piece of fabric. Good Luck!
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