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This Instructable explains how to use a particular sewing machine, the Necchi belonging to the Noisebridge hacker space in San Francisco. It will be ...
The bobbin is held in the "free arm" part of the machine, directly under the needle plate. The bits that hold the bobbin are called, collectively, th...
The upper thread comes from a spool that is placed on top of the machine on one of the two pins provided for this purpose. The pins both can be pushe...
Oh noes, the bobbin has run out of thread! What to do?Pull the top thread out of all its little channels. As shown in pics 2 & 3, wrap it clockwise ...
Place the fabric you want to sew into the machine. Lower the presser foot (this is very important). Press the foot pedal.To backstitch, hold the lev...
Zigzag, stitch length, buttonholes (separate step?), tension
Dropping the feed dogs. Embroidery hoop? Special foot.
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