| The take-up lever is located directly above the sewing foot on a sewing machine. This is the part of the machine that pulls the thread from the bobbin to feed it through the machine and that lifts the thread from the fabric after it has been sewn. Simply put, it’s the part that goes up and down when you sew.
The pickup lever is the metal lever (looks like a hook) that sits on top of the machine and moves up and down as you sew. This lever pulls the bobbin thread and provides a smooth thread guide for the needle.
The needle thread tension is too tight and is pulling the bobbin thread up. The tension controlling the thread coming out of the bobbin is too loose to absorb the tension of the upper thread.
In a ring spinning machine, a thread device is used to drive the thread to the spindle. A sewing machine requires a device such as a loop or eye to guide the thread when it is necessary to change the direction between the bobbin and the eye of the needle at any time.
This is the bobbin for the bobbin thread and is located at the bottom of the sewing machine. On some sewing machines, the bobbins are preloaded; H. You put them in front of the car. On other sewing machines, the bobbin falls so that the bobbins slide across the top of the machine.
You can move the needle up and down by turning the handwheel towards you.
A presser foot is an accessory used on sewing machines to hold the fabric flat as it is fed into the machine and sewn. The feet have two tips, one to hold the fabric on either side of the needle.
The lever has two functions. Raise the sewing foot and simultaneously release the upper tension unit. Release the upper tension via a rocker that needs to be removed. The rocker is removed by removing the fixing screw.
Definition of push rod. : A rod to which the presser foot of the sewing machine is attached.
To work the rug, first grasp the thread just below the edge of the fabric and sew a diagonal seam to the right about 3mm from the edge of the fabric. Remove the needle just below the edge of the fabric. Wrap the thread around the needle where it comes out and tighten the thread.
3.01 SEWING PARTS
A sewing machine plate is a metal plate under the needle and the presser foot of the sewing machine. A neck plate has a second larger opening (or two) through which feed dogs can enter from under the sewing machine to grab the fabric and move it forward as you sew.
- Step 1 presser foot. Raise the sewing machine needle by turning the handwheel towards you.
- Lower the presser foot and slide it out of the tab on the machine.
- Grasp the desired presser foot and point it down.
- Press the presser foot lever down to lock the new presser foot in place.