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Locks On Top AND Loops On Bottom

Please help!! My machine worked fine for about a week and now it will not sew correctly. I changed out the thread and it hasn't worked right since. The top of the fabric looks like the lacing on a football, and the bottom of the fabric has huge loops. I run a small home-based business sewing baby bibs and my orders are getting backed up. Please help me!!!

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Sounds to me like your tension is out. or your machine is not threaded right.

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