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The stiches are hanging off the edge of the fabric. No adjustment seems to make a difference.

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  • owl826 May 02, 2010

    I have tried this and the hangover gets smaller but never goes away.

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Check tesnion, needle height and bobbin

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Hello. Set your stitch width at a narrower setting, sew a bit further from the edge. Joe

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