Picking-up lower bobbin thread regulating pressure – SINGER W211 User Manual
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PICKING-UP LOWER BOBBIN THREAD REGULATING PRESSURE
Raise presser foot.
Holding upper thread, turn hand wheel toward
you one rotation. When take-up lever is at its
highest position, pull thread to pick up loop of
lower bobbin thread.
Pull both upper and lower
thread "to the left of"
presser foot approximately
This will prevent jamming.
The amount of pressure that is applied to the
fabric by the presser foot is adjusted by the
pressure cap (1). The upper position gives the
least amount of pressure while the lowest position
gives maximum pressure.
To increase the pressure, push down on the
pressure cap to obtain the desired setting. To
decrease the pressure, press down on the snap
lock ring (
2) to allow the pressure cap to return
to its maximum height. Then reset to the proper
Normally the pressure cap will be in the lowest
position. If the top layer of fabric tends to push
out further than the bottom layer of fabric,
Pressure should be decreased. This often happens
on bulky fabrics, such as wools, and on knits.