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Sewing Machine Parts and their Functions Item | Function | Spool Pin | The spindle which holds the spool of thread | Bobbin Winder | Winds thread onto the bobbin | Bobbin Winder Tension | Allows the thread to go on the bobbin evenly | Hand wheel release | Releases the needle form moving when winding the bobbin | Thread guide | Keeps the thread from knotting, guides it and holds it in the right place | Needle Plate | The plate directly under the needle which surrounds and protects the feed dog | Bobbin | Bottom thread is wound upon this | Free Arm | Used to sew around confined areas. i.e. sleeves | Take up lever | A lever which pulls enough thread for one stitch off the spool | Presser foot | The two-toed foot which holds the material in place as the machine stitches | Presser foot lifter | Raises and lowers the presser foot | Feed Dog | A toothed part located under the presser foot and moves the fabric along | Control knob for feed dog | Raises and lowers the feed teeth | Stitch regulator for length | Controls the length of the stitch ( 2 -3 is best) | Stitch width regulator | Controls the width of the stitch - 0 is for regular, 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 is for zig-zag | Tension indicator window | Shows you whether the upper thread tension is correct | Thread Tension-Centering Wheel | Controls the upper thread tension ( + tighter: - looser) | Thread tension disc and slot | Allows the upper thread to pass through at the correct tension | Pattern selector | Place to change the pattern of the stitches | Needle position control knob | Changes the position of the needle | Needle clamp | Holds the needle in | Slide Plate (Janome) | Covers and protects the bobbin and bobbin case | Bobbin Case | Encloses the bobbin | Needle | Pierces the fabric…...

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