How do you join bobbin and top thread?

How do I get the bobbin thread to come up with my brother?

While lightly holding the upper thread with your left hand, press (Needle position button) twice to lower and then raise the needle. The bobbin thread is looped around the upper thread and can be pulled up. Carefully pull the upper thread upward to pull out the end of the bobbin thread.

Why is my top thread winding around bobbin?

If the upper thread is incorrectly threaded, the upper thread passed through the fabric cannot be firmly pulled up and the upper thread becomes tangled in the bobbin case, causing a rattling noise. Remove the tangled thread, and correct the upper threading according to the following procedure.

Why won’t the needle pick up the bobbin thread?

First, make sure the bobbin-winding spindle (located on top of your machine) has been pushed back to the left for sewing. If it is not in the correct position, the needle will not go down and pick-up your bobbin thread. … If the timing is out, the needle thread is not meeting the bobbin thread in time to form a stitch.

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Why won’t My Brother sewing machine pick up the bobbin thread?

Check your bobbin area. – Make sure the bobbin is wound evenly and has been inserted into your machine properly. – Check for scratches on the bobbin case. – Make sure that the bobbin thread is pulled completely under the pretension, to assure that the bobbin is wound evenly.

Where do you put a threaded bobbin and where does the thread from the bobbin go when the machine is in use?

Load your wound bobbin into its case.

Place your bobbin in the round slot; your machine will have an arrow showing which way the bobbin should face to unspool correctly. Then, pull the end of the bobbin thread through your machine’s tension spring and replace the bobbin cover.

Does bobbin thread show on top?

You can use whatever color you want, but you don’t need to change color to match the top thread. Your bobbin thread should not show through the top layer of stitching. It will only be seen on the back of the item. The reason you want to use a lightweight thread is to avoid too much bulk on the back of the item.

Why does my thread keep wrapping around my needle?

If the thread is still wrapping around the needle it may indicate that the hook is grabbing the thread too low and is pulling it past the point of the needle.