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PARTS OF THE SEWING MACHINE
BOBBIN Holds the lower thread
BOBBIN CASE Holds the bobbin
BOBBIN WINDER Puts thread on the bobbin
FEED DOG Moves fabric under needle
FOOT FEED Gives power to the machine
HAND WHEEL Manually controls the machine
PRESSER FOOT LIFTER Raises and lowers the presser foot ALWAYS have the foot DOWN when sewing.
NEEDLE Takes thread through the fabric
NEEDLE RELEASE Keeps needle from moving while bobbin is filling Also called Hand Wheel Loosen Knob
PRESSER FOOT Holds fabric in place Don’t “pop” it!!!
REVERSE CONTROL Makes the machine sew backward (secures stitching)
SEAM GUIDES Measure distance from needle while sewing
SPOOL PIN Holds spool of thread
SLIDE PLATE Covers the bobbin case
STITCH LENGTH REGULATOR Controls the length of the stitches Should be on 2.5
STITCH WIDTH CONTROL Changes machine from straight stitch to zig-zag
TAKE-UP LEVER Pulls thread off the spool
TENSION UNIT Controls looseness or tightness of stitches Don’t change this!!
THREAD GUIDES Keep thread in place
THROAT PLATE Covers area under the needle Do not remove.
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