Question about Sewing Machines
I'm using elastic thread in the bobbin and I've tried loosely and tightly winding the bobbin, but nothing seems to be working. When I put the bobbin thread in the case, it's too tight tension wise so I tried not putting it through the tension in the bobbin case. When I start doing a straight stitch the needle thread keeps getting caught around the bobbin/bobbin case? Help! Nearly the same problem. Do you think loosening the screws on the side of the bobbin case will do the trick? Mine will go through, but stretches the elastic before it gets sewed, causing the elastic to be too tense when it's in the fabric. I'm using a Pfaff Select 1548.
I had a problem with my Pfaff 7570. First, I loosened the bobbin tension quite a lot. Second, I lengthened the stitch to 4.5. Lastly, as I was sewing. I gently helped pull the fabric as the machine sewed.
Posted on May 09, 2009
My machines has a shirring foot, so I don;t have the same machine. However, I do not think that elastic thread will work in the bobbin. Have you tried it the other way around? Do you have your manual?
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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