What part of sewing machine connects the balance wheel to the drive wheel?

What drives the balance wheel in sewing machine?

The transfer of power through a sewing machine is a key part of its operation. Essentially, the motor powers a belt which then turns the balance wheel, transferring power through the internal components to push the needle through fabric.

What do you call the part which holds the fabric in place?

Presser foot– holds fabric in place while you sew. Presser foot lever-lifts and lowers the presser foot.

What part of the sewing machine that holds and keep the needle in place?

Needle Clamp (or Needle Bar).

This is what holds the needle straight and steady in the sewing machine.

What holds the spool of thread on a sewing machine?

Bobbin – The spool that sits in the lower part of the machine. It holds the thread that makes the underside of a stitch.

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