Question about Brother LS-1520 Mechanical Sewing Machine
I have been using the sewing machine and all of a sudden the stich I was sewing started to be sewn on the reverse (underneath) of the fabric when I require it to be on the fabric front. Can you help?
There has to be thread on both sides of the cloth in order to form a stitch.
Refer to the maintenance section of your machine and clean the machine as recommended.
Did you change the thread or needle?
Check the manual to be sure the threading is correct and was done with the presser foot up.
Is the needle is correctly installed?
Check the bobbin to be sure the thread is feeding in the correct direction and through the guides on the side of the bobbin case.
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