Question about White Sewing Speedylock 1600 Mechanical Sewing Machine
After serging my fabric, when flipped right side out, you can see the stitching in the seem. its not sewn shut tightly...i don't even have to pull really...
what is the problem here?? is it tension?? threading?? but im having to go over to my sewing machine to do a row of straight stitching to keep it from pulling apart...irritating!
thanks for the help!!
Sounds like your needle threads are not tight enough.
Do some samples using different colored threads, if necessary, to see which needle thread is not doing the job. Then tighten in increments till you get the right tension settings.
It helps if you make notes of the correct settings on that material for the next time. Start a sample notebook, for the different materials you might use with tension settings for each, and if you do any fancy stuff with your serger, like pintucking, puffing, elastic application, ruffling and such.
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