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  • 1. SEWING TOOLS AND EQUIPMENTS PARTS OF A LOCKSTITCH SEWING MACHINE The Upper Parts
  • 2. REVIEW/QUIZ: IDENTIFY WHAT TYPE OF SEWING MACHINE ARE SHOWN 1 2 3 A. Bartacking machine B. Button Holer machine E. Button Attachment Machine C. Embroidery Machine F. Double Needle Machine D. Hi-Speed Lockstitch Machine G. Lockstitch Machine H. Over Edging Machine
  • 3. 4 5 6 A. Bartacking machine B. Button Holer machine E. Button Attachment Machine C. Embroidery Machine F. Double Needle Machine D. Hi-Speed Lockstitch Machine G. Lockstitch Machine H. Over Edging Machine
  • 4. 7 8 A. Bartacking machine B. Button Holer machine E. Button Attachment Machine C. Embroidery Machine F. Double Needle Machine D. Hi-Speed Lockstitch Machine G. Lockstitch Machine H. Over Edging Machine
  • 5. DESCRPTION TYPE 1. Used in making button holes on garments A. Bartacking machine 2. Domestic sewing machine B. Button Holer machine 3. Industrial sewing machine C. Embroidery Machine 4. Operated by foot. D. Hi-Speed Lockstitch Machine 5. Used in making fancy stitches on fabrics E. Button Attachment Machine 6. Used for reinforcing the opening and closing of pockets F. Double Needle Machine 7. Small machine G. Lockstitch Machine 8. Used in attaching buttons on garments H. Over Edging Machine 9. Used in construction of different clothing especially for the inseam, out seam, and side seam 10. May also be converted electric power machine. 11. It has an automatic lubrication. 12. Finishes the raw edges of the pattern construction.
  • 6. A. BALANCE WHEEL B. STITCH REGULATOR C. NEEDLE CLAMP D. THREAD GUIDE E. SPOOL PIN F. THROAT PLATE G. SLIDE PLATE H. BOBBIN WINDER I. FACE PLATE J. FEED DOG K. THREAD TAKE UP LEVER M. PRESSER BAR/PRESSER FOOT LIFTER L. TENSION DISC N. SPOOL PIN FOR BOBBIN WINDDING O. PRESSER FOOT
  • 7. DESCRIPTION PARTS 1. releases the thread and interlocks with the bobbin thread. A. TENSION DISC 2. moves the presser foot. B. PRESSER FOOT 3. keeps the thread in position C. THREAD GUIDE 4. holds the fabric in place while sewing. D. PRESSER BAR LIFTER 5. controls the looseness and tightness of stitches. E. NEEDLE CLAMP 6. holds the needle in place F. SPOOL PIN 7. is the thread holder G. STITCH REGULATOR 8. controls the bobbin while winding thread. H. BALANCE WHEEL 9. checks the length of the stitches. I. BOBBIN WINDER 10. sets the mechanism in motion. J. THREAD TAKE UP LEVER
  • 8. 1. Spool Pin 2. Thread Guide 3. Tension disc 4. Thread take up lever 9. Stitch regulator 16. Face Plate 11. Balance wheel 8. Presser bar or Presser foot lifter 7. Presser Foot 13. Slide plate 15. Feed dog 5. Needle clamp or Needle bar 14. Throat plate 10. Bobbin winder 17. Spool pin for bobbin winding
  • 9. TWO MAJOR PARTS OF THE LOCKSTITCH SEWING MACHINE The two major parts of the lock stitch sewing machine are the upper and lower parts.
  • 10. Upper Part Lower Part
  • 11. The Upper Parts is composed of: 1. Head is the complete sewing machine without a cabinet or stand. 2. Arm is the curve part of the head containing mechanism for operating the needle. 3. Bed is the flat portion of the machine and beneath is the feed dog where it is mounted, and the shuttle and lower thread are placed.
  • 12. ARM HEAD BED
  • 13. 1. Spool Pin- is the thread holder. 2. Thread Guide-keeps the thread in position
  • 14. 3. Tension disc- controls the looseness and tightness of stitches. 4. Thread Take up Lever -releases the thread and interlocks with the bobbin thread.
  • 15. 5. Needle Clamp holds and tightens the needle. Needle Bar holds the needle in place.
  • 16. 7. Presser Foot holds the fabric in place while sewing 8. Presser bar/foot lifter moves the presser foot.
  • 17. 9. Stitch regulator checks the length of the stitches 10. Bobbin Winder controls the bobbin while winding thread
  • 18. 11. Balance Wheel sets the mechanism in motion. 13. Slide plate is a movable plate that covers the
  • 19. 14. Throat plate is the windows of the feed dog and it is where the bobbin threads come out. 15. Feed Dog moves the fabric while sewing.
  • 20. 16. Face plate: A cover which on removal gives access to the oiling points on the needle bar, presser bar and take-up lever. 17. Spool pin for bobbin winding: Spool of thread is placed on this at the time of bobbin winding.
  • 21. 1. Spool Pin 2. Thread Guide 3. Tension disc 4. Thread take up lever 9. Stitch regulator 16. Face Plate 11. Balance wheel 8. Presser bar or Presser foot lifter 7. Presser Foot 13. Slide plate 15. Feed dog 5. Needle clamp or Needle bar 14. Throat plate 10. Bobbin winder 17. Spool pin for bobbin winding
  • 22. PARTS OF THE SEWING MACHINE PARTS IN THE BED
  • 23. Shuttle holds the bobbin case while sewing.
  • 24. 5. Bobbin is a metal spool for winding thread. 6. Bobbin Case holds the bobbin.
  • 25. PARTS OF THE SEWING LOWER PARTS
  • 26. 1. Band Wheel leads the balance wheel through the belt connection. 2. Band Wheel Crank moves the band wheel.
  • 27. 3. Pitman Rod holds the treadle to band wheel crank. 4. Belt Guide holds the belt to its place.
  • 28. 6. Dress Guard protects the dress from the wheel. 5. Belt Shifter removes the belt from the wheel.
  • 29. 8. Legs support the cabinet of the machine. 7. Treadle is where the feet are stationed to drive the band wheel through the pitman rod. 9. Cabinet holds the head of the machine by interlocking screw on the hinges.
  • 30. ASSIGNMENT • BRING A TAPE MEASURE TOMORROW