Question about Sewing Machines
Usually, it's the top tension you manipulate in order to get a balanced stitch. However if your bobbin tension spring is worn out it's rare to have to fix the bobbin tension.
So... start with your top tension. If necessary... such as in the case where you are using a rather fat thread or very fine thread.. you would locate a tiny screw on the bobbin case and tighten that.
Posted on Dec 04, 2012
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