How to Thread a Husqvarna 150e

Written by erin mandeville
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The Husqvarna Classic 150 is strikingly similar to the Husqvarna 610. The Husqvarna Classic 150 was the earlier model. The 610 was released just after and upgraded with an electronic foot pedal. Although the 610 was an improved model, the consumer ratings were so outstanding for the 150 that customers continued to purchase the 150. To answer this challenge, Husqvarna created the 150e --- a combination of the original 150 and the 610.

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Things you need

  • Thread
  • Bobbin

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  1. 1

    Place a spool of thread on the spindle.

  2. 2

    Thread the bobbin by placing it on the bobbin threader. Use the foot pedal to power the bobbin threader and fill the bobbin with thread. This model does not stop automatically when the bobbin is full, so it is imperative to watch the bobbin and release the foot pedal when the bobbin is nearly full. Cut the thread between the spool and bobbin.

  3. 3

    Place the bobbin in the bobbin case, pull 1 inch of thread through from the bobbin through the bobbin case and insert the bobbin case in the machine.

  4. 4

    Return to the thread on the spindle. Pull the thread from the right to the left of the machine. Guide the thread across the back of the machine from the spindle to the rear thread guide.

  5. 5

    Pull the thread up through the rear thread guide toward the front of the machine.

  6. 6

    Pull the thread toward the front of the machine.

  7. 7

    Pull the thread down the front of the machine. Feed the thread along the right side of the tension plate thread guide.

  8. 8

    Pull the thread back up, along the left side of the tension plate, on the front of the machine. Hook the thread through the take-up lever.

  9. 9

    Pull the thread back down the front along the metal bar at the front of the machine. Pass the thread through the "thread guide" on the front of the machine. Thread the needle. Pull a 2-inch length of thread through the needle to ensure proper threading of the bobbin.

  10. 10

    Use the hand wheel to push the needle down into the bobbin casing and bring the thread from the bobbin up. Pull a length of thread from the bobbin to ensure the thread feeds evenly.

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