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My 1900 series embroidery machine is seperating the cotton layer of thread from the interior thread. I don't know qany other way to explain it

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  • perkins11876 Nov 04, 2010

    I am not talking about when I embroidery, although it does the same thing then. I am talking about just regular sewing. Plain straight stitches. The top layer of covering on the thread, I suppose it is the cotton covering on the string of thread, is being pushed up the center shaft of thread and breaks after a few sticthes. I use quality thread, not cheap thread. I use the embroidery threads sold by Kenmore when I try to embrioidery and get the same results.

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Could you send a picture.
sound like tension. I could be bottom, tension to loose if it is coming to the top. Top tension if it is pulling on the bottom.

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Not sure here so iasked advice and she want to know is it one bobin of thread that is seperating or two bobbins of thread at once ?? then she can tell you the problem but she has gone on about cheap cotton from india ,if two bobbins it could be the tension is wrong on one of the bobbins

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Ensure that you have set the fabric properly on the machine.

Take the embroidery hoop and place the fabric into the hoop, securing the fabric and stabilizer with the metal clasp. Set these aside, and load the embroidery thread onto the sewing machine. Press the embroidery button on the machine; it is the second button from the top. The machine will set itself up for embroidery mode.

Attach the P foot that came with your machine, and then attach the embroidery hoops with fabric still inside the sewing machine. Turn the knob on the embroidery hoop to your right until you here it click in place.

Buy tear away or water soluble stabilizer for easy, mess-free designs.

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