Question about Sewing Machines
I have a Bernette 66 sewing machine that I'm still becoming familiar with. Whenever I start sewing, the bobbin seems to catch and sputter a bit, leaving a mess of thread on the back of the fabric. I'm certain I have the bobbin threaded properly-- I'm following the manual and there is tension in the bobbin. If I start sewing slowly, even just turning the handwheel, I don't have this problem. Any ideas would be much appreciated!
I once heard from a great sewing instructor that if the problem is on the back of the fabric then it is a spool to needle problem.... if the problem is on the top of the fabric, then it is a bobbin problem. Check your machine for dust and stray threads. Check your bobbin casing for dust and stray threads.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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