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Posts: 33
Registered: ‎03-02-2004

Need help w/ bobbin thread for shark (euro-pro)

Hello,

For christmas i received a Shark by Euro-Pro 384 sewing machine to use for small craft projects and for scrapbooking. I cannot get the bobbin thread up to save my life. Any advice?

Thanks!
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Registered: ‎10-10-2003

Need help w/ bobbin thread for shark (euro-pro)

in reply to scrapspott
Did you get a manual with your machine? Or is it one of those vague deals where everything is just not clear?

Is your bobbin a drop in or does it load from the side?

Usually, on mine which isn't your brand the bobbin is dropped in and then I follow the arrows on the bobbin case and slowly lower the needle down to pick up the bobbin thread while holding the thread in position.