Question about Brother 60-Stitch Computerized Sewing Machine, CP6500 15029528
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Sounds like the needle alignment is out.
This website has some instructions on how to properly set it up and also has manuals too.
Posted on Nov 01, 2007
Try a different needle. Use a quilting or topstitch or even a metallic needle - one that has a larger scarf than normal. The scarf is the groove at the back of the needle where the thread goes while the stitch is being formed. Quilting threads often need more "room" there. I have been told that the Inspira quilting needles are good because they have a thread groove on the front and the back of the needle. Not tried them personally but might be worthwhile for you to consider.
For the looping, you could fiddle with your tensions a little either loosening the bobbin tension or tightening the top, or both. Only ever do this in very small increments. But the good news is that even the "professional" quilters do not have perfect quilt backs - just have a look at them at quilt shows!
Posted on May 03, 2009
Sounds like either the bobbin case tension is too light or is not in the tension at all.
Consult your manual for how to place the thread in the tension and retry. Increase the bobbin case tension if necessary.
The top tension may be set too high.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
There are tow places where the thread tension is adjusted.
One is bobbin. This is not routinely adjusted. Just once and it is good for long time. This is done by turning the only screw on bobbin by about 1/4 turn or so at a time. Try several settings until you find he best.
the other place is the conventionally on body of the machine.
Tension of bottom stitch or top stitch are very confusing words. meaning difft things to difft pple.
All i can say is this. If u see bottom stitch run straight through loops of top thread. then either top tension is too loose or bottom too tight. and vise versa.
With top tension set to middle position adjust the bobbin to get correct stitch. Then later on all u need is to adjust only the top setting according to stitch and cloth
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
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check needle to see if it's damaged-roll on flat surface to see if it roll correctly
adjust top & bottom tension according to operation manual
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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