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Try taking the tension down one number or letter at a time using some
scrap fabric and see if that helps
also make sure the thread is moving freely from the spool, some times
the thread can get caught on the knotch that is on the spool that holds
the thread in place when not in use.
also make sure the thread is moving freely thru the tension disks

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Brother CS6000i with setting 00 for straight line stitch is making a left curve stitches instead going straight.


***Your feed dog under the pressure foot seems to be pulling on one side a little harder which indicates wear. It is likely to solve the problem by replacing the feed dog.
***Before you do this try to lower the pressure on the pressure foot. If the material you are sewing is thick it will have an effect on the pull of the feed dogs. The material you are sewing that you sent appears to be jeans material. It looks like it is thick and somewhat slippery.

Oct 05, 2015 | Brother Sewing Machines

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How do I set the machine to make a rolled seam?


fit the correct sewing foot for starters
it has a special shape the rolls the material over before gets to the needle Available from any good sewing shops.
select the correct program and that will be it

May 25, 2015 | Sewing Machines

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Do I have to have the cutting blades on the machine to serge material? Also, what's rolled hem and whats overlock?


No you do not need the cutting blade to serge but you shouldn't have to remove the blade it you should be able to push the knob at base of blade inward or pull it outward to turn blade downward out of the way.

TUTORIAL - How to do a rolled hem on a serger - StitchCraft

http://stitchcraftonline.com/blog/?p=42 - 71k - similar pages Aug 5, 2009 ... One of my favorite uses for my serger is to do rolled hems. A rolled hem is were the machine folds the fabric under a tiny bit and then stitches it.

Jan 05, 2015 | Sewing Machines

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I am not getting an even rolled hem on a heavier fabric. I am only using 3 cones of Maxi Lock.


You can not do a rolled hem on heavier material. It is only for thin cloth. You have to do a 3 thread narrow edge on heavier cloth.

Aug 02, 2011 | Baby Lock Imagine

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What are he different feet used for?


The main types of feet are:
1. ZigZag foot. This has a wide gap for the needle to move from side to side and the two pointy ends of the feet curve upwards. This is used for ZigZag and decorative stitches,
2. Straight Stitch foot. This has a small round gap and one side is usually wider than the other. It's used for straight stitching.
3. Rolled-Hem foot. This has a spiral in the middle and is used for rolling and sewing hems neatly.
4. Zipper Foot. This has no gap as the needle goes to one side or the other of the foot. It usually has two attachment points for snapping on to the shank, depending on which side of the zipper you are sewing.
5. Invisble Hem foot. Used for making invisible hems. It's hard to describe how it looks. Mine has extra white plastic parts around it and some kind of screw to make adjustments as to width etc.
6. Buttonhole foot. My buttonhole foot is white and has numbers along one edge. The size of the buttonhole can be altered, using the numbers as a guide.
7. Edging foot. This has a strip of springy metal on the left side and is used to guide the material into the path of the needle in order to sew close to the edge to prevent fraying.
8. Rolling foot. This has rollers and is useful for sewing thicker materials or quilts etc. It is similar, but not as good as a walking foot.
9. You might also have a Teflon ZigZag foot, it's the same as the zigzag foot but made of white plastic. It's used for sewing vinyl and leather materials.
I think that's it, hope this helps!

Nov 16, 2010 | Singer Quantum XL-1000 Computerized Sewing...

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My bobbin thread is bunching up on the back of my material


check to see if the needle is bent-roll on flat surface to see if it rolls correctly, or if it's blunt
some sewing machines have that problem when the thread come off the thread take up lever
check the bobbin area for lint or loose threads
make sure the bobbin is wound correctly

Sep 26, 2010 | Husqvarna Viking 1

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When i am sewing the thread from the bobbin keep bunching up in the bottom of the material


you might check your needle-roll on flat surface to see if it roll correctly
there are 3 types of bad needles-bent,,blunt,damaged
on some sewing machine the thread can come off the thread take up lever
check the bobbin area for lint or loose threads

Sep 22, 2010 | Brother LS-2125 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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Placing material for rolled hem


Usually what is done as far as I do it, is to sew a straight stitch at 45 degrees to the corner that you are going to hem and use the threads to guide the material into the hemmer foot. Once the presser foot is lowered you hold onto these threads to guide the material in a straight line while at the same time holding your fabric slightly elevated in your right hand so that you allow the hemmer to be just full at all times. After you complete your hem remove your 45 degree helper threads. Your fabric must also be cut very straight or you will not get good results with the hemmer. This foot takes practice to master...once you know how to use it, you will never look back! There are other methods to using this foot that other people prefer, but for me this one works the best.

Aug 25, 2009 | Husqvarna Sewing Machines

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Looking to finish edges og sheer material & need to know settings


Try stitch length 2 (of 5) width 2 (of 5) and a zig zag stitch.
Kent

Mar 16, 2009 | Sewing Machines

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