How to Thread the Fabricator® Sewing Machine

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If you are new to sewing with a Fabricator® Sewing Machine, or you haven’t sewn for a while, you might not know or remember how to thread the machine. That’s no problem. This video is here to help. In this short tutorial, we’ll show you how to thread your Fabricator. Though it’s an industrial sewing machine, threading the Fabricator is easier than you might think.

This short video will show you how to thread your Sailrite Fabricator Sewing Machine.

The Fabricator can accommodate a thread size range from home thread up to V-138 thread. And you can use needle sizes #10-#24, system 135 x 16 and system 135 x 17. Sailrite® stocks all the thread sizes and needle systems and sizes compatible with the Fabricator. Whatever parts and accessories you need for your Sailrite machine, you’ll find them all right here. We keep sewing machine parts and accessories in stock so that you can get what you need and get back to sewing as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Watch the video below to learn how to thread the Fabricator Sewing Machine.

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