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MY UNDER THREAD IS KNOTTING AND BREAKING WHEN SEWING

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Make sure you are using the correct bobbin for your machine. Also, make sure your presser foot is down whenever you are sewing. If you forget to put it down, it will always knot up under the throat plate.

Posted on May 06, 2008

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Then make sure your needle is oriented and inserted fully.

Also when starting a seam be sure to grasp both of the threads and hold them as you start to sew.

If you still have problems, make sure your thread and needle are suitable for your fabric.

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1. Do you mean that there are knots in the bobbin thread?
2. Is the bottom thread in your stitching looping and knotting.

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