Question about Bernina Sewing Machines
I have a Globe Lock M-34 overlocker. The machine is correctly threaded and tensioned as far as I can tell, it sews a normal looking 3 thread overlocking stitch for a while. Then one of the bottom threads breaks. Both of them break, but not usually at the same time. They look like they're snapping cleanly or being cut. I've tried nylon and cotton thread with the same result. Do I just need to have the machine serviced, or am I doing something wrong?
Globe overlocker stitching reverse
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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