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David try changing the needle out and see if that doesn't fix your problem

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I want a 1.8 stitch length to paper piece ... I can't figure out how pfaff creative changes to 1.8


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Looks like your machine's stitch length ranges from 0-6 mm. So you are looking at something just under 2 mm--there very possibly is a 1.8 setting on your machine. Basically, your paper piecing instructions are telling you to set the machine to stitch somewhere between ~12 to 14 stitches per inch. The accuracy of 1.8 is Not that important. What they are trying to do is make sure your stitches are close enough together to make it easy to tear away the piecing paper. When using longer stitches for paper piecing, it is sometimes difficult to tear away the paper without pulling the thread stitches. Most garment stitching is set between 10-12 stitches per inch. So you want something just a little closer together, ie more stitches per inch. If you are concerned, try it out on a scrap piece of paper and fabric and try tearing it away. If it works, then that's all you need to use.

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Mar 11, 2017 | PfaFF Sewing Machines

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What size needles for bulky/12py wool?


It depends on your project. You need the size needle that will give you the stitch width and stitch length called for in the pattern. The pattern calls for a specific gauge, so you'll need to try out different needles, knitting a swatch on each needle size, and counting the number of stitches across and down to match the pattern specification. Does the pattern not give you a needle size? Needles come in either straight or circular in all various sizes as long as you stay within the same brand needle. (Needle brands differ from one to another, so try to stay within only one brand.) So a straight needle size 6 should be the same size as a circular needle size 6 (of the same brand).

However, although it may call for a specific size needle, you will still need to knit some test swatches because knitters usually knit looser or tighter, so one needs to adjust the needle size to accommodate those differences, ie someone who knits tightly may get 8 stitches to an inch, but a loose knitter may get only 6 stitches. But if the pattern says to cast on 48 stitches in for row 1, that means the 8 stitch gauge will yield a project that measures 6 inches wide (48/8=6). But a 6 stitch gauge will yield a project of 8 inches wide (48/6=8). The result would be one project will be 2 inches wider than the other.

But that is only half of the problem as you would still need to measure the number of rows per inch to get the length of the project. If there are more rows to the inch than specified, a garment with say an armhole that may be too small. If there are fewer rows to an inch, the result may be an armhole that is way to big.

Be very careful with your pattern and yarn selection. You will be much more successful if you stick to the number ply and yarn weight specified in the pattern, ie if the pattern calls for 2-ply 2 oz yarn, there may be some particularly difficult issues with substituting a 4-ply 4 oz. yarn. You may end up with a project that will not fit. For instance, you wouldn't want to use a heavier yarn to knit a baby garment. Baby garments usually call for baby yarn which is a specific ply and weight.

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Oct 30, 2016 | Sewing Machines

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I want to reverse stitch 35 mode 2 so that the horizontal stitches go to the right. Any ideas?


it be a two person job but try putting machine in zig-zag reverse action , and have second person feed material from back of machine instead of front strat stitch 1/2 inch in from end this would make right -left zig-zag instead of left -right stitch , also on custom program machines (high end) a special stich could be set for this to go from front if your needing to do this frequently .

Oct 04, 2016 | Janome Sewing Machines

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Machine does not appear to have a button to sew in reverse


try these suggestions
Reduce the stitch length to zero. The machine will stitch in place and form a locked stitch
1) rotate the material and sew over the same stitching. Leave the needle down in the work and raise the presser foot, then turn the fabric around.
2) decrease the stitch length to very small for a few stitches

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3) hold the fabric and prevent it from feeding at the beginning and end of a seam, which makes very short stitches

4) stitch about 1/2", raise the needle and presser foot, return the fabric to the beginning position and stitch over the first half inch of seam again. Do the same at the end

Jun 17, 2015 | Euro-Pro Sewing Machines

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Doing straight stitching, everything is fine for 2 or 3 inches, and then I get a very long stitch.


The timing may be out and the machine may need a service to correct this.

Apr 30, 2015 | Sewing Machines

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How do I change the stitch width and length from mm to inches on an Ellure. I've changed the overall settings to inch, but the individual stitches are still showing up in metric.


The inches to mm display is only changed in emb. mode. The stitches will still be shown in millimeters. It is the nature of machines manufactured in todays world.

Jan 01, 2015 | Sewing Machines

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Irregular stitch length in machine sewing


1. Lengthen your stitch length

2. Use your even feed foot (walking foot attachment)

Nov 30, 2012 | Sewing Machines

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How to find the S setting on my sewing machine


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Apr 13, 2012 | Sewing Machines

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Stitch varying in length does a row of stitches normal length which suddenly changes to different length some half inch long and then returns to noraml lengths. I have cleaned out any fluff that might be...


The stitch length adjustment needs attention. If it has been a long time since the machine was serviced, the mechanism may be sticking or not staying in place do to an accumulation of dust, lint and old lubricate.

You may be able to loosen it up by using a hair dryer.

Your machine needs to go into the shop for a thorough cleaning, lubrication and once over.

Take a sample of the stitching with you. Place it right under the presser foot where it cannot be missed.

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