How to wind the bobbin
A properly wound bobbin will help create neat, perfect stitching. Use the bobbins provided with your machine and follow these simple steps.
Place the thread on the spindle, then follow the marked path to take the thread round the bobbin winding tension on the left and bring it back towards the bobbin.
Feed the thread end through the hole in the bobbin, from inside to outside, then place the bobbin on the spindle. Push the spindle over, or the lever towards the spindle (depending on your model).
Hold the thread tail while you start winding the bobbin. Once a little of the thread is wound round the bobbin, stop winding and cut off the thread tail. Continue to fill bobbin.
All sewn up!
On some machines you need to disengage the needle manually to prevent it going up and down as the bobbin winds. To do this, you will need to either pull out a section of the balance wheel or move a lever. Remember to put it back when the bobbin has been wound.