In our state, most women see sewing as a source of income. But many are reluctant to use the old-fashioned sewing machine. Mini sewing machines are one of the most helpful in such a situation. But many people do not know the benefits of using it and how to use it. But let’s take a look at the advantages and disadvantages of using a small sewing machine.
You can buy a small sewing machine online for Rs.1000 to Rs.1500. They come in sizes that can be held in one hand. Along with this you will get a user manual explaining how to use it. They are designed to be power connected and battery operated. It also comes in a small packet with an extra needle and a small lock for threading.
It has a power button on the side, on which the button is pressed first then on and off. At the bottom is a button for increasing and decreasing the speed. The thread holding section is provided at the top. Two types of thred system can be connected and used. A button for adjusting bobbin is provided on the side. The bobbin needed to put the stitch on the bottom is provided. The thread can be cut with a scissor. Some machines may have a blade for automatic cutting. There is space at the bottom for the battery to place. A button is provided on the side to set the thread on the bobbin. Two portals are provided to connect the connection wire and pedal.
Place the thread on top of the thread holder, wrap it around the connection to the bobbin , and adjust by hand to make all parts the same. Then click on the Stitch Adjust button. Pull the thread to the lower hook. Put into the needle. Adjust the lower thread upwards as you would a normal machine. You can then sew on the stitch cloth as needed. However, it is a bit difficult to use for large fabrics. There is a manual describe what kind of fabrics that can be used in it. Watch the video to learn more.