PARTS OF SEWING MACHINE - Coggle Diagram
PARTS OF SEWING MACHINE
SPOOL PIN - The main function of the spool pin is to hold the spool of thread.
NEEDLE PLATE -A needle plate is a metal plate that is situated under the needle and presser foot. It helps to move the fabric forward during sewing.
POWER SWITCH - Power switch means the off-on office of the sewing machine. Normally power switch is located on the right side of the machine.
HAND WHEEL - This is the manual needle control which raises or lowers the needle. It is usually located at the right-hand side of the machine.
PRESSER'S FOOT - Presser’s foot holds the fabric in its definite place.
STITCH LENGTH DIAL - Stitch length dial is used to control the length of the stitch.
BOBBIN WINDER STOPPER - When the bobbin reaches its optimum capacity then the bobbin winder stopper stops the bobbin winding.
NEEDLE - The needle is used to form a stitch in the garments.
NEEDLE CLAMP SCREW - The needle clamp screw holds the needle in its actual place.
BOBBIN WINDER THREAD GUIDE - These types of thread guides are used during bobbin winding.
REVERSE STITCH LEVER - The machine will sew in the reverse while the lever is pushed.
BOBBIN BINDER SPINDLE - A bobbin is a little cylinder that may come with or without flanges. It holds the thread that is wound around it. The spindle is where the bobbin is placed during winding.
STITCH WIDTH DIAL - The main object of the stitch width dial is to control the zig zag stitch.
PATTERN SELECTOR DIAL - The pattern selector dial is to set the symbol of the desired stitch pattern.
THREAD TENSION DIAL - A thread tension dial is used to control the tension on the top thread.
BOBBIN COVER - During sewing, the bobbin cover protects and covers the bobbin holder.
THREAD TAKE-UP LEVER - During sewing, the top thread passes through the thread take-up lever. Thread take-up lever moves up and down with the needle.
BOBBIN COVER RELEASE BUTTON - This type of button is used to release the cover for entrance to the bobbin.
FEED DOG - During sewing, the feed dog pulls the fabric forward.