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  • ring_j May 11, 2010

    Hello, I am now retired and have time to play with my Pfaff 6122 Festival 135. Experimenting with decorative stiches, applique etc. I did not get very far since the bottom thread is very loose and bunching up. I am using Gutterman metallic thread and a single needle. Haven't tried the double needle yet.



    Any suggestions would be appreciated.



    Thanks, Judy

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Thread bobbin.
Hold bobbin buy the thread.
You should be able to hold the bobbin up buy the "pig tail" thread and the bobbin should not fall to the ground.
You should be able to give it a good shake and it drop about 2-4 inces.
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