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My janome 625e came with one metal. Do I need to use metal or can I use plastic

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Are you talking about feet or bobbins? Did you buy the machine new? Do you have a manual?
In my experience of this type of machine, the bobbins were plastic

Posted on Oct 20, 2013


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SOURCE: Does a Brother walking (quilting)

More than likely. You mount the walking in place of the regular foot. You just have to attach the fork over the needle clamp screw at the same time.

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Hi. It may be that you need to adjust the tension. Put a different color thread on top than is in the bobbin and sew a couple of inches, then check. I suspect you'll find that the top thread is the one that is loose and knotting up. (It's hard to tell unless you're using two different color threads.) If that's the case, your upper tension needs to be tighter. Tighten it just a bit, then sew a few more inches and check again. Repeat until you don't see any of the top thread on the bottom (or maybe just a little bit) or the bobbin thread on the top (or maybe just a little bit.).

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