What holds the upper thread on a sewing machine?
|Term Handwheel||Definition Controls the up and down movement of the needle and thread take-up lever by hand.|
|Term Spool pin||Definition Holds the spool of thread.|
|Term Thread guides||Definition Holds the upper thread in place as it moves through the machine.(This is need to be followed when threading the machine.)|
What raises and lowers the needle on a sewing machine?
Flywheel (or Hand Wheel).
The flywheel allows you to manually lower and raise the sewing machine’s needle. When you’re setting up a project to start sewing it, you’ll lower the flywheel in order to lower the needle into the fabric.
What holds the upper thread straight up and down?
Sewing Machine Parts Review Activity
|7: This is what you put the upper thread on. It holds your spool in place while sewing and is on the top of your sewing machine.||spool pin & cap|
|8: This is where the bobbin sits when you are sewing.||bobbin case|
What turns the sewing machine on and off?
Power switch– turns the sewing machine on or off. Always turn it off when you finish sewing or when changing the needle. Presser foot- holds fabric in place while you sew.