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Setting the Spool of Thread

Lift up the spool pin. Place the spool of thread on the

spool pin with the thread coming off the spool as

shown. Attach the large spool holder, and press it firmly

against the spool of thread.

NOTE:

Use the small spool holder to hold narrow or small

spools of thread.

Extra spool pin

Use the extra spool pin when you need to wind a

bobbin without unthreading the machine while working

on a sewing project.

Insert the extra spool pin into the spool supporter and

then into the hole beside the horizontal spool pin.

Place the felt cushion on the spool pin and place a

spool of thread on it as shown.

NOTE:

The extra spool pin is also used for twin needle

sewing.

Winding the Bobbin

This machine has an exclusive motor for bobbin

winding, which allows you to wind the bobbin while

stitching.

1 Slide the hook cover release button to the right, and

remove the hook cover plate.

2 Lift out the bobbin from the bobbin holder.

3 Pull the thread from the spool and pass the thread

through the thread guide.

Draw the thread around and under the bobbin

winding tension disk.

4 Pass the thread through the hole in the bobbin from

the inside to the outside.

5 Put the bobbin on the bobbin winder spindle.

Push the bobbin winder stopper to the left.

6 Hold the free end of the thread in your hand and

press the bobbin winding button .

Press the bobbin winding button again to stop the

bobbin when it has wound several layers, and cut

the thread close to the hole in the bobbin .

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