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On my sewing machine that would be an indicator of misadjusted thread tension. Changing thread type or diameter generally requires tension adjustment. In this particular case, I\'d increase the bobbin tension a bit (if I understand your description correctly, the bobbin thread forms loose hoops), and back off on the upper (spool) tension (pulls too hard on the thread). On one or two of my bobbin cases, I had problems with the tensioner screw working loose during use. I put a dab of nail polish on the screw head to stick it to the bobbin case. Problem solved.
I\'m not familiar with your particular machine, but I don\'t see why you can\'t make the character any size above the minimum (which would be the smallest readable character that can be made with the stitch length and type used).
the fabric & thread & needle may not be compatable try changing the needle- it may be damaged the horrible grinding noise needs to be check --the machine needs to be serviced check for burrs on the needle plate & on the bobbin some sewing machines don't do with strong material
have you tryed changing the needle?
have you tryed changing the thread on top & bobbin area?
some thread & needle are not compatable--here's a tip I learned from a sewing expert
Cut 6-8 inch piece of thread of the spool you are going to use for your project
Take the needle you are going to use for the project
& insert the thread thru the eye of the needle
& lift one end of the thread to a 45 degree angle
& if the needle is the right size for the thread it will slide down the thread
But if the needle hangs on the thread you need one size larger needle for the thread
hope this helps
Try changing the needle sometimes over use causes burrs on the end of a needle and always remember to use proper needles to appropriate fabrics. Change needles frequently to avoid unnecessary wear on the feed dog teeth
The thread cassette has no bearing on what needle you use. You need a Schmetz embroidery needle with the red band size 75 for light to medium weight fabrics or a size 90 for heavier fabrics such as denim.
You can find the solution by following these steps-
Slide in embroidery card 21 and companion cassette. Touch Embroidery ON.
Touch FUNC to Program mode, The “E” inside the hoop will appear on the left end of the Program display window. If Plus Hoop programming is desired, touch the rotational arrow E one time and you will see the hoop in the Programdisplay window change into a Plus Hoop with a small arrow pointing to the top portion of the hoop, indicating position 1.
Toward the right side of the Program display window are F1 S1 M1. F1 = Font style (1, 2 or 3), S1 = Size (1 or 2) and M1 = Menu (1, 2 or 3).
(Note: Programmed letters are always displayed in block)
SIZE: Select 1. Large 30mm 2. Small 12mm MENU: Select 1. Upper case, 2. Lower case, or 3. Numbers and Symbols—check Program display for upper or lower case indication. Note: You must select the Font, Size and Menu before selecting the letter desired. Do rate the solution accordingly.