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Bad stitching I am a relatively new quilter. When I try to do a meandering stitch, with the feeder down, it pulls on the under stitching. It didn't used to. I have threaded, changed the needle, adjusted the tension. Nothing works. Also, when I just stitch, the under doesn't stitch right. It is just a line with hoops holding it which I can pull out and there goes the sewing. What is wrong??

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Re thread the machine with the presser foot up and this will ensure the thread is properly seated into the tension control.

Use a 14 or 16 needle as they have a larger groove on the front of the needle to better control the thread.

Make sure the presser foot is down (it can happen).

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