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The bottom thread is making large loose loops?

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How do i adjust my consew 105 so the stitches do not loop on the bottom?


If the thread is looping under the fabric, it is a top tension issue.

Make sure you are using a new needle and that the needle/thread/fabric are compatible.

Verify it is threaded correctly and that the thread is firmly seated in the tension disks.

If the top thread is still looping under the fabric, then the upper tension is too loose.

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My top thread has large loops on the bottom, bottom thread is normal. I have tried to adjust the tension but it does not help


The bobbin also has tension adjustment. Take bobbin out and try making it tighter. Also make sure thread is threaded properly on bobbin.

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Why stitches on top are great but bottom are loose and loopy?


Check your upper threading. Make sure it's between your tension discs. Remember loops on bottom, something is wrong with upper threading/tension. Loops on top something is wrong in the bobbin area (like the bobbin being in upside down or a loose bobbin tension spring)

start by rethreading the top thread with the presser foot UP.

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My bottom thread is making large loops, is the tension to tight or slack


it's to slack, try a 3 or 4 setting on the tension
& if you use your machine alot,, clean under the needle plate & bobbin area for loose threads & lint
using a can of air is helpful

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Pfaff sewing machine 1469. Does not pick up bobbin thread. Large loops of top thread on bottom of material.


make sure you have it threaded correctly,and also check and make sure you have the needle in correctly.The flat part of the needle goes towards the back.(away from you).Also double check that the bobbin is in the proper way and is going thru the tensions it needs to go thru.
pull your threads to the back of fabric, hold together & hold until you've stictched an inch or so.
The thread from the bobbin should start to creep up towards the feed dogs and make a loop that the needle and thread can "grab" to pull it up thru the hole for stitching. You might want to slowly put the needle down thru the feed dogs and then slowly with the winder not the pedal but with the winder slowly bring the needle up again. Try this a few times and see if the needle and bring it up. try it couple of times to get it right.
This will help. Thanks please keep updated. please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya.

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BOBBIN TREAD LOOPING UNDERNEATH


looping thread on the bobbin side means that the upper tension is too loose... make sure it's threaded correctly.

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Pfaff Expression 3.0 works great in the shop, but when I get it home the bobbin thread doesn't engage with the needle thread. The needle thread ends up making large irregular loops on the bottom of the...


pfaff expression 2.0 works the same. I spend lots of hours with the thread tension and it don;t give me a good stitch. the needle threed ends up making large irregular loops .

Apr 12, 2009 | White Sewing 1521

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I have the Brother ls2125i and LOVE the machine...in the middle of sewing, it started making very big loops on the bottom stitch and they do not catch the thread from the needle. Is it the tension?...


Here are some things to try:
Big loops are actually easier to solve usually. 1st know this: Loops on bottom means the top is too loose or the bottom is too tight. With loops that big its probably the top is too loose. 1st look in tension disks, there is likely a chunk of thread in there. A toothpick is handy to dig it out (the flat kind) 2nd make sure that the thread is getting between the disks when threaded. 3rd Make sure the thread is in the take up lever (the thing that moves up and down in front and not the needle bar or any part of the needle bar.) If neither, then the bobbin case could have a burr on it and the thread is hanging on that burr. Also the bobbin case may be in wrong. I hope this helps
Tension:
If the thread is loose on the bottom of the fabric, it's actually the top thread is too loose. Think of 2 little elves playing tug of war in your machine, one on top and one underneath. If you have loops on bottom, the top needs to pull harder (tighten top tension
Thread test
Test your thread quality to start, thread your machine and LIFT the presser foot (this opens the tension disks). Pull your top thread straight back. If you feel no tension no matter how much thread you pull, your thread is good. If that your machine passes that test, we can go to step 2. If not, try different spool of thread, do the same test until you get a smooth pull (tip: always check your thread this way when you thread your machine)
Step 2:
Pull on your threaded bobbin thread while it’s in the machine. Does it pull smooth and even? If so, go to step 3. If not, try a new bobbin (bobbins get bent or distorted if wound too tight).
Clean thoroughly in the hook and bobbin case area and oil 1-2 drop is all.
Kent

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Bottom thread is very very loose during stitching, looped up


Looping on bottom:
Great description, that helps a lot. Big loops are actually easier to solve usually. 1st know this: Loops on bottom means the top is too loose or the bottom is too tight. With loops that big its probably the top is too loose. 1st look in tension disks, there is likely a chunk of thread in there. A toothpick is handy to dig it out (the flat kind) 2nd make sure that the thread is getting between the disks when threaded. 3rd Make sure the thread is in the take up lever (the thing that moves up and down in front and not the needle bar or any part of the needle bar.) If neither, then the bobbin case could have a burr on it and the thread is hanging on that burr. Also the bobbin case may be in wrong. I hope this helps
Kent581

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Thread loops up on the bottom of my piece and then binds up the machine.


Make sure that the tread is fully between the tension disks. Hold the thread at the spool and when placing it through the tension assembly pull both ends firmly.

When you increase the tension, pull on the thread while the presser foot lift lever is down and see if it gets harder to pull. If not, the thread is not between the disks or the machine is malfunctioning and must go for repair.

Large loops on the bottom are almost always caused by little or no tension on top.

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