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My problem is the thread comes out of needle when it starts to sew.

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Make sure you have a thread tail of 4-6 inches for the top & bottom thread & make sure the thread is pulled behind the needle before you start to sew

Posted on Jan 03, 2011

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The needle thread breaks
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2. The needle thread tension is to tight
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keep longer thread tails before you begin to sew and make sure
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I needle comes unthreaded whenever we try to sew. We've both tried numerous times and it doesn't make a sitch. The bobbin seems to be done correctly b/c the bottom thread comes up with no problem....


first let's deal with the needle becoming unthreaded, Keeping the needle threaded is easy, always keep thread tails of 3 to 6 inches on the top thread & bobbin at all times, & make sure the thread tail are pulled behind the needle before you start to sew,, this will ensure that the thread will not come out of the needle when you start to sew.

you mention the fabric is thin,, do you have a needle that's right for the fabric your sewing?
thin fabric needs a different needle than blue jeans fabric, check your top tension & see what the setting is on, usually 3 to 5 is good.

when the needle & thread are right for the fabric then the sewing is good.

also clean under the needle plate & bobbin area for loose threads or lint

also it's a possibility that the machine could be out of time & would need to be serviced by a sewing machine repair shop-as they have the tools for the job

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always keep 3 to 6 inch thread tails for the top & bobbin thread & make sure the thread is pulled behind the needle to the back of the machine & that will keep the thread from coming out of the needle

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My consew 230 sewing machine is not holding the thred on the needle. every time i thred the needle and step on the paddle to sew, the needle comes back out unthred, please help.


before starting to sew
1.make sure the top thread & bobbin thread have a thread tail of 3 to 6 inches
2.make sure the thread tails are pulled behind the needle toward the back of the machine

then put the fabric under the presser foot to sew

when your finished with the seam, after the thread is cut from the fabric,, leave the thread tail the same as above before starting to sew again

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keep a thread tail of 3-5 inches & when you sew make sure the thread is pulled behind the needle each time you sew, even if you have to hold the thread tail with your fingers

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Good Morning! The only problem I'm having is, How to put the thread in the needle so that I can get started.


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