Question about Singer 1507
Sometimes you need to go for a lesser tension as soon as you move up in thread thickness. A jeans thread is often nylon and already has tension in the way it's wrapped. Try using a low tension and a straight line seam (don't use a zigzag pattern or wave).
Also, try practicing on a piece of scrap material first- make sure it is the same thickness/consistency as the jean material you want to work on. Do a few forward and then backward lines; this will make sure the problem isn't in the initial wind of the bobbin itself, and this usually gets the extra slack out of the bobbin.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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