Question about Husqvarna Viking 1
I go along, sometimes even just after starting to sew, the bottom thread on the stitch line will be all looped up. I can hear some clicks when it does this. the loops will be from 1/2 inch to 1 inch in length along the sewing line. The loops themselves will be a quarter in and many many together on the stitch line. I tried adjusting the tension a bit. It doesn't help.
Looping on bottom:
Great description, that helps a lot. Big loops are actually easier to solve usually. 1st know this: Loops on bottom means the top is too loose or the bottom is too tight. With loops that big its probably the top is too loose. 1st look in tension disks, there is likely a chunk of thread in there. A toothpick is handy to dig it out (the flat kind) 2nd make sure that the thread is getting between the disks when threaded. 3rd Make sure the thread is in the take up lever (the thing that moves up and down in front and not the needle bar or any part of the needle bar.) If neither, then the bobbin case could have a burr on it and the thread is hanging on that burr. Also the bobbin case may be in wrong. I hope this helps
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
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