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try using a different spool of thead on the top and bobbin also try changing the needle and if these suggestions don't help then call the repair shop and check with them about the machine not sewing light fabric
Needs to be a ball point needle for stretch fabric, sounds like you are using universal sharp needle. Stretch fabrics require ball point to push between the fibres, also, a slight zig zag stitch is more durable as when you stretch the garment during wear a straight stitch will often break, need some elasticity in the seams. Some machines have a stretch stitch too.
try rethreading the machine top & bobbin make sure to get ever thread guide try chaning to needle, make sure the needle goes all the way into the needle holder-normally flat side goes to the back of the machine check to make the thread is moving smoothly around the tension dial if these suggestion don't help, then the machine probably could use a servicing
The machine is skipping stitches and is probably out of time. Change the needle, rethread the machine and try it again. If it still skips stitches, try lowering the needle by about 1/16 inch and see if it works better. If the timing is off you should take it to a technician for a complete service. sewman7