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Hello Lacinda have a good day to you concern loose or missed stitches please check next: 1-try to change bobbin case with new one. 2-check timing between needle and hook by -make needle bar at lowest position and you can see two mark line at needle bar. -bring the needle bar at second line from down side then check the flat part from needle comes with tip of hook ( if yes means timing is OK , if not means you need to adjust the hook timing . 3-check the ginger guide for hook try to move it foreword or backward to pass thread smoothly. if this is helpful OK if not please send email, i try to do the best to help. best regards ASHRAF ABOZID CAIRO - EGYPT firstname.lastname@example.org
Make sure your feeddogs are up. That is the little jagged looking plate under the pressure foot. There should be a setting on your machine that will move it up and down.
If they are up then the bobbin is not in correctly. If it is a normal round bobbin that fits in a bobbin case, hold the bobbin in front of you so that the thread end is on top and the thread is going away from you, and slide it into the bobbin case. Feed the thread through the right openings in the bobbin case. When you pull the thread end the bobbin should turn clockwise.
Never hand-wind bobbins. Instead, use the accompanying bobbin winder which is attached to most machines,bobbin casings must be oiled regularly to prevent problems with the bobbin turning properly. The bobbin, when inserted properly into the bobbin casing, should spin counter-clockwise when thread is pulled.
Check the way your machine is threaded. Completely un-thread your sewing machine and re-thread it. Remember to always thread your machine with the presser foot up.
Check the bobbin and be sure the bobbin is threaded correctly and that the bobbin case is correctly threaded. Be sure the bobbin is in the bobbin case in the correct direction.
Always watch for bobbin wear, especially on the plastic type of bobbins. If the edges of the plastic are showing abrasions, the size of the bobbin has changed and may be the culprit. Although the size change is minute, it allows the bobbin to wobble in the case and changes the tension.
Well, from the picture I see that your bobbin is a front load as opposed to a top load.. if you tilt the front panel down, you will see where the bobbin and casing goes. Put the bobbin in the casing with the thread pulling from the right hand side of the casing making sure the thread in guided into the small **** on the top edge of the casing.. On the back of the casing the will be a small tab. Pull that away from the casing and enter the casing in to the opening for the bobbin. It should snap into place when you release the little tab.
Have you got the bobbin in the correct way around, also have you put the needle in correct with the groove in the front of you.Are you using the correct bobbins,if yes to all these your machine has thrown it timing out in the bobbin.and needs to be looked at.
have good eye hand cordination and lick the end of a perfectly cut thread up to the bob make sure not too have any loose thread on the end or will not go threw
my mother when i was little taught me to sow on and old 32 singer up her new 65 singer when she bought it used i never could use the stick to sow
or you can cut a piece of fishing line little fast acting glue to the ends together or grease thick sowing grease this will keep fish line and thread together as your putting in bobbin
fishing line about 1/2 foot piece