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Tension problem I am trying to embroider but the tension is wrong loose on top and thread keeps breaking I have the memory craft 300 e and I cant find the instruction book

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For Staight Stitch.
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When adjusting top thread the Higher the number (on the little wheel) the tighter the top thread.

Results depend on
Stiffness and thickness of the fabric, number of fabric layers and type of stitch.

Are you using paper or a plastic bag or pellon under the fabric? This gives a smoother surface for embroidery (on the reverse) and you can cut it away after the design is complete.
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I don't have a solution but my thread is getting stuck around the feed dog in the bobbin area and I get an error message but I have already changed thre needle rewound a new bobbin changed the thread, what next? louise

Posted on Jun 15, 2008

  • beezydiva Jun 15, 2008

    I do have a instruction book that I can offer help from. Beezydiva

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