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Install the second spool pin.
Place the two spools on the spools pins, one on each spool pin.Make sure that the spools are spinning toward each other.
Thread as for single needle.
Thread each needle from a different spool.
Caution: Make sure that the stitch width is not wide than the twin needle maximum swing. Check that the needles will not hit the throat plate as they swing from left to right and back again on stitches with width.
Happy twin needling
on Mar 20, 2017
Bobbin thread jams
try changing the needle--flat side goes to the back of the machine
check the thread take up lever & see if the thread is still on it
it's also possible that the machine is out of time & needs to serviced
on Mar 30, 2015
The thread gets caught up in bobbin area
This mess is commonly referred to as a bird's nest or 'birdnesting' and it's usually caused by incorrect top tension and that's often caused by the top thread not in the correct path. (For me, I occasionally forget to thread through the take-up lever.) A damaged needle can also cause birdnesting.
on Feb 08, 2015
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