i have sewed before but this is my first time in a long time. and i dont remember how to even put the thread through the needle. The thread from the top of the machine comes down and goes through the needle but then where does the thread from the bottom go?
and then do i tie a knot once the thread is through the needle?
im in need of some big help
i searched google and nothing could really help me as to the directions were hard to follow for a noob
so you thread the top part. The thread from the top goes through the needle, then through the foot and just pull it towards the back. Then to get the bobbin thread up what you do is put your bobbin in and have some thread of the bobbin coming out the little door of the bobbin compartment and going to the left of the machine. Then with the top already threaded, use the hand wheel and make 1 stitch, no fabric just air. and as the needle is coming up just pull a little on the top thread. Keep raising the needle and pulling on the top thread until a loop of the bottom thread comes up through the hole. Then take a small object, I use a seam ripper, and pull the loop out to the back, then pull on whichever direction of the loop is towards the end until you get the entire end of the thread, then pull the top and bottom threads to the back of the machine. You should be ready to start sewing but I always use a test piece or a little crap piece of fabric to check that I did it right and it is working good. That way you never fuck up your hoodie. Good luck.
(anybody tell me if I missed something)
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most beanies would be made in a tubular shape, so their fabrics/products are specially made by manufacturers. you should ask you fabric stores if they have, but i really doubt it. it's unlikely this would be available to the average person because it's not really in high demand by at home sewers...
you could knit a hat for sure, it's one of my hobbies. it just won't look like most smaller gauge knit hats they sell. mass production retail beanies are knitted but by a giant machine that works stupid fast.
I just realized something while making my hoodie, how the fuck do you sew two pieces together that are curved? Like if I want to sew a half circle onto the front, how the hell do I sew it on correctly?
"Its too easy too give up in the things that are hard in life"
you mean to curves that go in opposite directions?
it's just a matter of going about it carefully, aligning about 1-2 inches of the section at a time, and walking your fabric cautiously. you could also very carefully pin it, but pinning all matching anges together, then again walking the fabric into place and pinning again. this is a good example to explain this complicated explanation!