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Thread catching on bottom.

Know someone with a brother sewing machine and the thread keeps catching on the bottom. Could it be the tension and how does she fix it.

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  • PrettyBoy4 Aug 22, 2008

    I have the same problem. However, the machine has an automatic threader, so how can it be done differently? Also I am making sure the pressor foot is up when threading. What can I do??? At the moment I have the tension on 0 and it is not good still. It seemed to happen quickly with change of thread.

  • PrettyBoy4 May 11, 2010

    Neither of these suggestions have helped. The problem also comes and goes. sometimes just changing the thread brand fixes the problem however I am using the threads recommended at the store. Does anyone know of a brand of thread i should use for this machine? Or any further suggestions would be appreciated.

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Check the bobbin size. that solve my problem

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Why does bobbin make thread bunch up


Thread tension is incorrect. See the links

Incorrect thread tension - Brother Solutions Center

support.brother.com/g/b/faqend.aspx?c=au&lang=en&prod=hf_ns55eas...
Jul 30, 2014 - Turn the thread tension dial to select an appropriate thread tension. The appropriate thread tension differs according to the type of fabric and thread being used. ... If the upper threading and lower threading are incorrect, the thread tension cannot be adjusted correctly, even by turning the thread tension dial.

Sewing Lesson 10: How to Fix Tension on Your Sewing Machine - Oh ...

ohyoucraftygal.blogspot.com/2013/10/sewing-lesson-10-how-to-fix-tension-on.html Incorrectly threaded machine: Did you use all thread guides? Did you thread with the presser foot down,which would keep the thread from slipping fully between tension discs? Is thread unwinding freely from the spool, or catching on the spool's slash? Are you using a bobbin as a spool (which can interfere with the thread ...

Understanding Thread Tension on Your Sewing Machine - Threads

www.threadsmagazine.com/2008/11/02/understanding-thread-tension Nov 2, 2008 - When the bobbin thread shows on the right side, the needle tension is too tight or the bobbin thread, too loose, as shown in the middle drawing at right. When the needle thread shows on the wrong side, the needle tension is too loose or the bobbin thread, too tight, as shown in the bottom drawing at right.

Correct vs Incorrect Tension: Your Tension Troubleshooting Guide

www.sewingreviews.org/correct-vs-incorrect-tension-your-tension-troubleshooting-gu... I've seen many sewers make the mistake of using the same tension setting for all their sewing projects and then they wonder why the finish isn't perfect. The fact is, the wrong tension is a sewing disaster. It can ruin your sewing project and literally give you a tension headache. Knowing how to troubleshoot your tension ...

Sewing Machine Thread Tension - Updated - YouTube

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sf6oPMbLPzo Jul 12, 2016 - Uploaded by Professor Pincushion
Learn how to correct thread tension so that your stitches come out perfect no matter the type of fabric you're ...

Thread Tension - The Sewing Directory

https://www.thesewingdirectory.co.uk/thread-tension/ When sewing fabrics together problems can occur when the thread tension is not correct, the needle or bobbin is not inserted properly, or the machine is not threaded correctly. Threading instructions for sewing machines and overlockers are included in the machine's manual and should be consulted before you start sewing ...

Incorrect thread tension ' Brother CE1100PRW User Manual ' Page 89 ...

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Why does my thread keep breaking on my brother ce4000? The machine is 100% threaded correctly new needle properly wound bobbin, I just don't know what could be wrong with it.


Could be a multitude of things. Use only good quality thread--no old or bargain bin threads. Try a different brand of thread--some machines prefer certain brands over others. The needle and thread should be compatible--ie needle eye shouldn't be too small for thread weight. Burr catching the thread and breaking it. Upper tension too tight.

Remove the upper thread, RAISE the presser foot and rethread from the beginning. Verify the thread is not looped incorrectly in the thread path, like around a thread guide or around the spool pin. Is the thread snagging on the thread spool itself? Do you see the thread tightening as you sew and eventually it breaks? This indicates it is catching somewhere between the needle and spool. Is it shredding at the needle eye? This indicates the needle eye is not suitable for the thread being used.

Watch where the thread is breaking. This will sometimes give you a clue where the problem exists.

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How do I stop my tread from popping on my Brother (17 stich) sewing machine?


Breaking thread? Presumably the top thread? AVOID old or bargain bin threads. The upper tension is too tight or the thread is not properly seated in the tension disk, the needle is defective or the needle, needle eye/scarf is not the best choice for the fabric/thread being used, there may be a snag in the bobbin area that is catching the thread. Make sure the thread is not catching on the spool's thread notch.

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Dec 07, 2016 | Brother Sewing Machines

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Upper thread keeps braking


Usually thread breakage is a result of incorrect threading or the thread tension set too tight.

Install a brand new needle.

Remove the upper thread. RAISE the presser foot and rethread from the beginning (verify the threading sequence is correct).

Check that the tension is set at the midway point between the high and low numbers.

Retest. If still breaking, there are other less common problems (thread/needle incompatibility, burrs or knicks catching the thread, etc) that may be the cause. Check the following web sites:

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Feb 11, 2016 | Brother Sewing Machines

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I have been trying to make a buttonhole but the top thread keeps breaking and the threads are all snarled up underneath the material. what am i doing wrong? i have a brother ls2125 machine maria


Firstly have you interfaced the material that you are buttonholing on? You will never get a good buttonhole otherwise. Also start each new project with a new needle matching the size to the weight of fabric. Good guide available here http://sewing.about.com/od/sewingmachineindex/ig/Sewing-Machine-Needles/

Top thread breaking is usually because the tension is too tight or the thread is catching somewhere in the thread path from the spool to the needle. Also check that the needle doesn't have a burr on it somewhere, or is blunt.

Thread snarls underneath the fabric is usually caused by top thread tension issues. You will need to rethread top and bottom and CHECK that the thread is in tension correctly. So lower the pressure foot and pull the top thread just before the needle - does it feel hard to pull? If not, then the thread is not in tension. Rethread top again, checking the tension dial is set to 5 and the thread is correctly pulled between the tension discs. And always hold the two thread tails at the back of the sewing area as you start each new seam to avoid these being pulled down into the bobbin area and getting jammed up.

So, rethread, test sew and get the top tension sorted, a nice straight stitch happening, then try the buttonholing sequence again.

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Bobbin thread keeps knotting


1. Do you mean that there are knots in the bobbin thread?
2. Is the bottom thread in your stitching looping and knotting.

If yes to 1. you need to rewind your bobbin fresh, and keep slight tension on the thread reel that you are winding it from. Put the handle of your scissors into the top of the reel to apply a gentle pressure while winding. Keep your eye on the bobbin as it winds and give it a nudge with a finger tip to ensure it winds the bobbin evenly top, middle and bottom.

If yes to 2, then you need to check your bobbin threading, is the thread even under tension. Is the bobbin tension set correctly. Break out your manual and revisit this to ensure it is set correctly.

Feb 27, 2011 | Brother XL-5340 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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NEEDLE KEEPS COMING UNTHREADED WILL NOT CATCH IN FABRIC


Make sure you are threading the machine correctly and it has the proper tension. Also check the bobbin the thread has to go thru the little lash

May 27, 2009 | Brother LS-2125 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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Bobbin holder keeps catchin thread


Try re-threading, make sure the presser lifer is up so the tension discs are open and the thread will go into them. It sounds like you may have missed either the upper tension discs or the take up lever.

A drop of oil on the hook wouldn't hurt if you haven't oiled in awhile.

good luck!

Jan 28, 2009 | Brother LS-2125 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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