Question about Sewing Machines
This happened to me last year. When I took it in to be fixed, they told me it had to do with the long/basting stitch. They way it works it that the needle doesn't move for one stitch while the feed dogs move forward. They mentioned that I should use the long/basting stitch every so often so that it doesn't stick.
Now I'm having a problem with the bobbin thread not being pulled thru when stitching. I think something is out of alignment in the bobbin casing. Anyone have an idea how to fix it?
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
This sounds like you have the machine in bobbin winding mode, just refer to your manual to take it out of bobbin winding mode. I'm not familier with your exact model, but the is typically a lever, or button that is used to wind bobbins, so the needle doesn't keep sewing without the bobbin thread in place.
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