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Out with the old...In with the new! Parts of the Husqvarna Emerald 118
#21 Power Switch #21
Power Switch: Turns the machine on and off. Do not put your fingers near the needle while the machine is on!
#1 Bobbin Case #2 Needle Plate #1 #2
Bobbin Case: Where the bobbin is located Needle Plate: Houses the inner motor. Labeled with the seam allowance measurements (10 = 3/8 and 15 = 5/8)
#3 Presser Foot #4 Needle #8 Presser Foot Lifter #4 #3 #8
Presser foot: holds the fabric down Needle: Brings thread through fabric Presser foot lifter: Lifts presser foot up and down
#5 Light #6 Thread Cutter #7 Pressure Dial #5 #7 #6
Light: Shines light on the project Thread Cutter: Cuts thread (but use scissors instead!) Pressure Dial: Controls how firmly the presser foot holds fabric down
#9 Needle Up/Down #9
Needle Up/Down: Moves the needle up or down automatically to help pivot
#10 Take Up Lever #11 Thread Guide #10#11
Take Up Lever: Keeps the thread from tangling Thread Guides: Holds thread in the correct position
#12 Speed Control #12
Speed Control: Slows down or speeds up the pace of sewing
#13 Spool Pin #14 Spool Cap #14#13
Spool Pin: Holds the spool – thread comes from underneath Spool Cap: Holds the spool in place
#15 Stitch Width Dial #15
Stitch Width Dial: Changes width of zig zag stitch (choose #5)
#16 Bobbin Winder #17 Hand Wheel #16 #17
Bobbin Winder: Winds thread onto the bobbin Hand Wheel: Manually moves the needle, take up lever and feed dogs. Always turn towards you!
#18 Stitch Selector #19 Stitch Length Dial #18 #19
Stitch Selector: Choose the stitch you would like (orange choices at top) Stitch Length Dial: Controls length of stitches (choose #2)
#20 Reverse Stitch Lever #20
Reverse Stitch Lever: Hold down to stitch backwards and backstitch to reinforce stitches
Now what do you do with all of this information? Thread the machine and sew a seam...
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