Question about Sewing Machines
Posted by Anonymous on
Check that the bobbin thread is not pulling the top thread down when zig-zagging. If so, the bobbin tension may be too tight.
Also, there could be a burr or nick somewhere that is catching the thread when zig-zagging. Wraps very fine fabric around your finger (silk, old hosiery, etc.) and run your finger around the needleplate and underneath. If there is a snag somewhere, the fabric should catch on it. Generally, carefully sanding with a fine emery board or sandpaper can smooth it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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