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Sewing machine not making stiches

At first, my machine was getting all tangled under the fabric and then would stop working because it was tangled in the bobbin area. Now the bobbin area is staying clear but there are no stiches being made. I have no idea what to do.

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  • Djlove Sep 14, 2008

    Was using my Brothrs LS2125 for a week, but now it isn't stitching. It seem that the darn thing just stop sewing. Please try and help me .

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At first, my machine was getting all tangled under the fabric and then would stop working because it was tangled in the bobbin area. Now the bobbin area is staying clear but there are no stiches being made. I have no idea what to do. melissashulga@yahoo.com

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

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My brother sewing machine wont finish sewing the button hile. It starts and then stops and just sews up and down making a wad of thread under the fabric. It won't finish the stich. What will fix it?


THERE MIGHT BE DUST OR THREAD STUCK UNDERNEATH THE PRESSER FOOT. OR IN THE BOBBIN CASE . IF SO , TAKE A BRUSH AND BRUSH IT OUT. SOMETIMES I WILL HAVE TO TAKE A LIGHTER TO BURN THE THREAD OUT. HOPE THIS HELPS.

Oct 10, 2015 | Brother Sewing Machines

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I was in the middle of a project. This keeps happening, the thread & bobbin won't allow me to make a single stich. I've tried to take the bobbin out, rethread it, and rethread the top. Can anyone help


Basic Tips for All
  1. Always turn the handwheel TOWARDS you (counter clockwise) as turning it in the opposite direction (away from you, clockwise) may knock the timing out requiring repair from a service center.
  2. Always be sure your presser foot is in the DOWN position before sewing. Sewing with the presser foot in the up position will cause your thread to tangle and your bobbin to jam.
  3. Change needles regularly (after 16 hours of use) as dull/weak needles can cause damage to your machine and fabric. Only use SINGER needles on your SINGER sewing machine.
  4. Always be sure you are using the correct bobbin for your machine. Class 66, Class 15 and Class 15J bobbins look very similar. However, using the incorrect bobbin class in your machine can cause damage.
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May 21, 2015 | Sewing Machines

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How can I stop my material sliding around when I am sewing?


Basic Tips for All
  1. Always turn the handwheel TOWARDS you (counter clockwise) as turning it in the opposite direction (away from you, clockwise) may knock the timing out requiring repair from a service center.
  2. Always be sure your presser foot is in the DOWN position before sewing. Sewing with the presser foot in the up position will cause your thread to tangle and your bobbin to jam.
  3. Change needles regularly (after 16 hours of use) as dull/weak needles can cause damage to your machine and fabric. Only use SINGER needles on your SINGER sewing machine.
  4. Always be sure you are using the correct bobbin for your machine. Class 66, Class 15 and Class 15J bobbins look very similar. However, using the incorrect bobbin class in your machine can cause damage.
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How do I thread my 2/3/4/5 thread serger? (14T967, 14T968, 14T957)
Why is my electronic machine beeping? Why won't my machine sew? Why will my machine start to sew then stop?
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How do I sew denim and heavy fabrics?
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Why is my bobbin not winding evenly?
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Why won't my machine pick up the bobbin thread?
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Why is my machine skipping stitches?
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Why is the thread looping/bunching under my fabric?
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Why is the thread looping/bunching on top of my fabric?
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Why doesn't my stitch pattern match what is on my machine?
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How often should I oil my machine?
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What types of thread should I use?
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I can't see the take-up lever? t

May 16, 2015 | Sewing Machines

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My machine is a designer 2 but I encounterd a problem with my stich getting all tangled. tryed to clean the bobbin case and under, stich is still tangling bad.


Be absolutely sure that the machine is threaded correctly, with the upper thread clicked into the tension discs (the presser foot MUST be raised when you thread so the tensions discs are open to receive the thread) and bobbin thread clicked into the bobbin tension slot. Change the needle - a bent or blunt needle can cause tangles. Hold onto the thread tails for two or three stitches when you first start sewing to avoid them being drawn down under the fabric and making a mess.

Dec 19, 2010 | Husqvarna Designer I

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Needle's thread gets tangled in bobbin


First, open the needle plate and make sure the bobbin area is clean and free of lint and thread.

Check the needle to make sure it is not bent and is properly inserted into the holder - usually with the flat side facing to the back of the machine.

Refer to your manual for bobbin insertion to be sure the thread is feeding from the bobbin in the correct direction and through the proper guides.

Always thread a sewing machine with the presser foot up. This opens the tension control and allows the thread to properly enter.

When the foot is down, the tension control closes to the sewing setting and if the thread is not in place, there is no tension on the thread and it gets loopy.

After threading, lower and raise the needle while holding onto the thread tail. This will pull the bobbin thread up through the needle plate. Take hold of both threads and take them under the presser foot and to the back of the machine.

Hand walk the first stitch when sewing and this should keep the top and bottom thread from tangling.

When stopping to change the position of the fabric (turning a corner, sewing a curved seam for example), do so with the needle down into the fabric. This not only anchors the fabric so it does not slip, but prevents mis-stitching.

If you are doing everything according to the manual and are still having a problem, the machine may need to be professionally serviced.

Feb 23, 2010 | Elna 1010

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Threads keep getting tangled when I try to serge. Happens everytime I tried to re-thread it, it bunches up when I serge.


If you mean the threads get tangled behind the presser foot then maybe this can help. Try pulling the threads gently as you guide the fabric through the first time. Also, I sometimes put a scrap piece of fabric under the presser foot with the edge lined up with the needles (so it is further back than normal). Then I gently press the speed control foot and pull on the threads. This allows the needles to start sewing right away on the fabric rather than giving the thread a chance to get tangled. Hope that helps!

Feb 15, 2010 | Juki MO-644D Mechanical Sewing Machine

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Its like it is getting tangled in bobbin casing


loopy on bottom means upper threading or tension is wrong

Aug 10, 2009 | Brother XL-3510 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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All tangled up


take out the bobbin.. then thares 2 clips/ on the bobbin. open these and release the innner bobbin now remove the 2 innner parts. then useing a small brush clean out the bottom of the machine.
replace parts. re thread the machine from start. replace in freshly wound bobbin.
should do the trick for you/

Sep 22, 2008 | Brother LS-2125 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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Looping thread on backside.


I have a 26 year old Elna and this is the only weakness it has. Before sewing, try this. Turn the wheel manually and watch the upper thread pick up the bobbin thread. Pull both back to the left. Make sure they are plenty long. This helps me prevent the tangling in the dogfeed. My Elna has a universal tension on the bottom and I haven't ever had a problem with it unless the top tension is too tight.

Apr 07, 2008 | Elna 1010

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