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AS I AM SEWING THE THREAD COMING FROM THE BOBBIN CASE IS THROWING OUT LONG LOOSE LOOPS ON THE UNDERSIDE OF THE FABRIC, THEEREFOR THAT DOES NOT CREATE A REAL LINE OF STICHES (VERY LOOSE AND NOT REALLY A LINE OF STITCHES) AFTER ABOUT 4 INCHES OF THIS MY MACHINE JAMS THE BOBBING AREA WITH MULTIPLE THREAD THAT SO TIGHT AND MESSES UP I HAVE TO PULL THE FABRIC LOOSE FROM THE MACHINE HELP??? AND THANKS IN ADVANCE SHERRY ROSE I HAVE A SINGER GOLDEN TOUCH AND SEW(OLDER MODEL) BUT IT HAS NEVER FAILED ME TIL NOW!!!!

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It sounds like you need to yighten up the thread at the feeds from the bobbin ok

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Can not catching the bobbin tread at the bottom


The bobbin may be in backwards
the needle is not the correct one for the machine
the needle isn't correctly seated in the needle clamp
the machine is a little bit out of time.
Remember to hang on to the needle thread when you're trying to pick up the bobbin thread
Turn the handwheel in the direction that would advance the fabric from the front to the back of the machine
make sure the bobbin-winding spindle has been pushed back to the left for sewing
make sure your needle is inserted correctly as far as it will go with the flat side facing back
and that the upper tension disks of your machine are threaded correctly.
Make sure the presser foot is up when seating the thread through the upper tension.
Turn the hand wheel (TOWARDS YOU ONLY) never turn the hand wheel away from you and hold the needle thread lightly. .
pull the loop up and then pull both threads (top and bobbin) under the foot and toward the back of the machine.
Also could be a timing problem

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My Brother is a XL-2600i, I'm still getting loops on the bottom of fabric after checking needle, re-threading & checking bobbin. Help. croycie@yahoo.com


Sounds like you may need to adjust your tension on your machine . To loose can cause this to happen .

Oct 07, 2013 | Vacuums

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Excessive thread under fabric...jams up the machine. Have rethreaded, replaced needle, rewound bobbin...no difference. Sews a few stitches then under thread just gets jammed in machine. Viking 1100.


So the underside looks more like a **** rug? 2 things to try. The problem is the bobbin. try flipping the bobbin over (take it out, turn it over and put it back in). The writing on the bobbin printed in the plastic should be on the top and no writing on the underside. 2nd,make sure it's threaded front to back and not looped around the needle. I have the same machine~it did that too!

Sep 05, 2011 | Vacuums

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I have a Tacsew T11-115 and I do not have an instruction book. I need to see if I have it treaded correctly and how to adjust the bobbin tension. The top thread is laying on the fabric and the bobbin...


For all sewing machines, if the bobbin thread is showing on the top surface, then the top tension is probably too tight. Turn the tension indicator to the left by half a number to a lower value. (So that if 5 was lined up with the dot initially, then go to 4.5 lined up with the dot).

See this article for some clear pictures of thread tension adjustments: http://www.ca.uky.edu/HES/fcs/FACTSHTS/CT-MMB-213.pdf . If you can find it the Singer Sewing Book is a good reference http://www.amazon.com/Singer-Sewing-Book-Gladys-Cunningham/dp/0307098702 .

This site, http://www.allbrands.com/products/abc0762.html , may be able to find and send you a manual to the TacSew T11-115. They have the T11-155 for sale.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Jun 12, 2011 | Vacuums

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I amhaving trouble with the thread brahing and I don;t know if it is the tension. Which way should the pobbing turn right or left and how do you set the tension For my Singer sewing machine


Check the upper threading and make sure it is threaded correctly. When you pull on the thread before it goes through the needle does it give a bit or does it break? If it is breaking when you pull then the tension is way too tight or it is threaded incorrectly. Make sure it isn't looped around some guide along the line too.

For the bobbin thread... when it is in the bobbin case outside of the machine dangle it by the thread. It should hang there until you flick your wrist a bit, which should cause some thread to release and drop the bobbin down towards the floor a bit. (If it just pulls out right to the floor it is too loose). Most bobbin tension is tightened by a small screw on the bobbin case near where the thread comes though. Breaking thread would not be from the bobbin thread being too loose. Too loose would cause looping on top side of the stitch not breakage.

Make sure the bobbin is in correctly. You should feel and hear a slight "click" when the bobbin goes in correctly.

Apr 26, 2011 | Singer Vacuums

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Thread and bobbin both threaded properly, but bobbin thread keeps knotting. sewing at top looks great but bobbin side is just knots!! I have a Euro-pro sewing machine.


Check that the thread is tight around the bobbin. Make sure that the bobbin is in the right way around - the bobbin thread should double back on itself coming out of the bobbin holder. The bobbin tension adjustment is the small screw in the plate on the bobbin case that the thread passes under as it comes off the bobbin and goes out.

Mar 16, 2011 | Vacuums

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I have a Janome 8048. Here's my problem: As I sew I notice that the stitches on the top of the fabric look the way they should on the bottom side and when I take the material off the machine and flip it...


I haven't sewn in years. A sewing machine has a tension control on top and on the bobbin. If the intersection of the top and bottom threads is not in the middle of the sewn material, you have to adjust your tension.
In your case, what I think you are saying is that the stitch on top is just a straight line and on the back it disappears into the fabric.
To correct this, lower the top tension by loosening the tension adjuster on the thread where the thread loops around the small pulley.
Also, you could tighten the tension on the bobbin by slightly tightening the small screw on the side of the bobbin.
Gary

Feb 21, 2011 | Vacuums

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The stiches are looping on the underside of fabric.I have tightened the top tension to its maximum.I have the correct sized needle, the machine has been oiled and it is threaded correctly. What else can I...


There is an adjustment on the bobbin holder - the little screw on the plate. Make sure that the bobbin is tightly wound and that it is correctly inserted, the thread must double back on itself coming out of the holder.

Feb 19, 2011 | Vacuums

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With my K6 Industrial Singer sewing machine the top thread seems to be too tight. The bottom thread is looping too much on the top of the fabric. The timming is ok. I have checked and rechecked that I have...


Hello there, loosen your top thread tension,if it looping on top of the material the tension is way too tight, you will also find changing the thread size to smaller thread, the top tension will also reduce,depending on application a good size thread to use is 25 grade,bobbin tension should have just a slight amount of drag as the top thread and bottom work against each other when sewing.

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Tony

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