Question about Sewing Machines
Stitching coming out is usually an indication that the top or bottom thread is not under tension during seaming.
Check the bobbin thread is under tension (held by a tension spring) and is firm if you pull gently on it.
Ditto for the top tension, dial should be set to a mid number like 5, lower the pressure foot and then pull the thread just before the needle. Does it feel firm?
If you don't have a manual or aren't sure on threading path, its a good idea to track down a manual on-line or a generic threading diagram may suit.
Try www.sewing.about.com, www.sewingpartsonline.com or www.sewingonline.co.uk to try and find the info specific for your machine.
Posted on Mar 29, 2011
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