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Fabric wont glide threw while sewing

Why wont the fabric glid threw while i/m sewing?

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Check your feed dogs below....maybe they have been lowered.

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Posted on May 22, 2009

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It is possible the jam threw off the timing and this will need to be fixed by a sewing machine tech.

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Re-thread the machine.

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I have a brother B757, I am making curtains and the fabric at the bottom ends up being longer than the fabric at the top can you solve this


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