Question about Singer CE-200 Quantum Futura Computerized Sewing Machine
How do you keep the machine from skipping stiches? This makes the embroidery look bad.
Perhaps this will help as well, when you first send the design to the machine and it will say something about optimizing the design, say no to this.
Are you using a goos quality thread as the old added saying goes You get what you pay for.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
Check a few things and report back if this doesn't solve the problem.
Needle: Use a new needle appropriate for the weight of the fabric, most likely a size 11.
Stabilizer: do you have support under the fabric such as Pellon or Stitch and Tear? If the fabric is looped or piled, a thin layer of plastic such as a dry cleaning bag on top might help.
Thread: Depending on your machine (check with the manufacturer) a stitch lubricant might help. Is the thread flowing freely from the spool? does it "catch" as it switches directions while unwinding from the spool? If you are using a decorative thread such as sulky, you might want to reduce the thread tension.
Machine: If you've had a needle hit there may be a burr on the machine, or the machine might be due for timing.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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