Question about Sewing Machines
When the needle goes down to the bobbin, the needle is not picking up the bobbin thread. Instead, it is coming in front of the bobbin? What can I try to fix this?
Make sure you get a new needle, put it in RIGHT. usually flat side to back. Make sure your bobbin is turning in the case CLOCKWISE
Usually it is a bent needle, or it is in wrong. Also, make sure your thread in going through the eye of the needle, and not twisted around the needle.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: needle won't grab bobbin thread
Check the position of the needle. Some machines have to have the needle in a certain way or they won't pick up the thread from the bobbin. Make sure the screw on the bobbin is tight but not to tight you may have to adjust it a few times to get it where it needs to be. Also make sure the bobbin is wound tight
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
- check ifu are using same needle model.
- check hight of needle bar is ok
- check timming between needle bar and hook.
- check if your material is very stritch or no
- check blad point of hook is ok or no
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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