Question about Sewing Machines
I am afraid that you just have to keep trying by adjusting each tension disc one at a time till you get it right. Start at the middle tension and work down then up with all of them together first. Study the stitch each makes and makes notes as this may give you an idea which one is causing the biggest problem. Do check there is nothing stuck in between the discs or springs that might be causing a problem. Blunt needles or knives can also cause the problem.
Posted on Apr 30, 2015
Testimonial: "Thanks Irene, I guess perseverance is needed. The machine is new so the needles and knives are all sharp. I was so excited to sit down and sew but my projects have been put aside until I can figure this out!"
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