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Try cleaning the guides by pulling a piece of thread towards the needle

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

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What is solution of lose stitching from bobbin


Hi: Always remember that it is impossible for bobbin thread to loop as it simply spools off bobbin, the problem will always be with the top tension. Make sure you top tension dial is centered (half of the numbers on the dial). Re thread top of machine with presser foot UP, thread to needle, pull thread (should be loose), then lower presser foot and thread should tighten up, if it doesn't that means lint in between the tension discs, threaded wrong or tension to loose. If it tightens up then should sew properly if you haven't changes adjustments on machine. Have repaired over 20,000 machines over the years and 95% of the time the problem always starts with improper threading.

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My bobbin seems to be incorrectly, after a struggle -now the needle keeps losing its thread, so I'm sowing with no top thread!!! What am I doing!!'


Assuming your bobbin is threaded correctly. Try to pull your top thread thru the needle a bit longer & suggest you turn your hand wheel towards you till the needle just poked thru the fabric, then only you start sewing.

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bottom thread being loose is NOT a timing problem. Loosen your top tension.

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keep a thread tail of 4 to 6 inches on the top & bobbin thread & keep it pulled behind the needle
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Says check upper thread, but thread not broken. then stitches about 20 stitches and stops again


if it's losing power, you have a short in the machine.....if the stitches are jamming, you need to switch thread type. Many standard machines cannot function with the lightweight polyester threads ( especially the large spools made for sergers) so I recommend using coats and clark dual duty. ....make sure you have the same size thread on the top as you do on your bobbin....hope this helps

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Always thread a sewing machine with the presser foot up and this will eliminate what looks like a loopy bobbin thread.

If you thread with the presser foot down, the tension control is not open to accept the thread as it is designed to do.

Then when you sew, the tension cannot control the top thread and the bobbin thread pulls the loose top thread to the bottom of the fabric.

Normal setting for the tension is usually mid-range ( 4 or 5).

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