Question about Sewing Machines
If your bobbin was in wrong you would get the "crows nest" on the underside of the fabric. There can be several thing that can cause this: your tension is to tight, for normal sewing is usually around 3-5 (check your manual for proper setting). Your needle or throat plate can have a bur on it that is snagging the thread causing it to break. Needles should be thrown away after 50 hours of sewing to avoid problems. The needle can have a slight bend (from over use) and is rubbing on the throat plate causing it to break. and finally...your just not holding your mouth right! :) (...and sometimes this is really true!). Check your tension, pull the thread, change your needle, rub your finger over the throat plate be sure all is baby skin smooth, re thread you machine...deep breath, relax and start again. Hope this helps, Happy sewing.
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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