Question about Husqvarna Rose
2 things to check first:
1. Make sure the feed dog "switch" is in the correct position. It is located under the free arm, directly under the needle plate area.
2. Make sure your stitch length knob is in a position OUTSIDE of the orange reverse stitch positions.
Posted on Dec 04, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Before you start fiddling with the bobbin tensions, make sure the bobbin is loaded correctly. The bobbin thread should "click" into the tension slot. If you really need to adjust it, remove the bobbin cover, the stitch plate (feed teeth down, it slides forwards - use the black shaped piece on the end of the brush to help but you can do it just by force alone) and the bobbin case holder (light grey curved piece - it just lifts out), then remove the entire bobbin case. Try to mark where the slot in the tension screw is at the present time with whiteout maybe or even try scoring the bobbin case at that mark. This is so you have a point of reference and also so you can return it to that place if everything goes completely out of whack.
Use a small screwdriver to move that tension screw (it is the one directly outside the tension slot). Turn it only 1/5th of a circle at a time, replace everything and do a test sew. Turn to the right to tighten, to the left to loosen (righty-tighty - lefty-loosey). You should never have to adjust the bobbin tension a huge amount and only ever if you are sewing with unusual fabrics and/or threads. If you continue to experience problems, it would be money well spent to take your machine to a tech. and have it serviced and tweaked up - the upper tensions might need adjusting too and only a technician can get everything balanced properly and back to out-of-the-box specifications.
Do hope you are enjoying your Rose. I had one but traded it on a Designer 1 years ago. As much as I love the Des.1, I would dearly love to have my Rose back.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
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