While sewing machines have been around for a very long time, and have gotten simpler to use, many beginners still find them to be intimidating machines. Maybe it's the weight or the number of dials or buttons but many times we're so afraid we're going to break something or get hurt. If this is you, then you've come to the right spot! 😀 This video breaks down all the different parts of the machine, you'll likely have to interact with in the course of learning to sew. We go over not only what they are but the purpose of the part. As long as you treat the machine with respect and use it correctly, the chance of you breaking it is very low, same with the chance of getting injured. While machines may vary in appearances and the placement of some parts, for the most part they can be very similar and much of this video will apply to most machines. As always, you'll want to reference your particular machine's owner's manual if you have any questions. But rest assured, if you get comfortable with a machine, you'll find that you can move onto another machine fairly quickly and get up and running in no time at all.
Anatomy of a Sewing Machine