Question about Singer 2250 Tradition
Are you holding both threads at the back of the pressure foot when you start each seam? This one thing will help to prevent lots of thread into rotary hook problems. You should hold the threads, start stitching for 3 stitches forward, 3 backwards, then at least five forward again before you release the threads, then continue to guide the fabric wit your hands as you seam. Provided you hold the thread tail when you start stitching there should be no reason why the thread is pulling from the needle.
Also check your top thread is not getting caught/snagged on something enroute to the needle and that your top tension dial is set to 5? Perhaps if you have tension turned right up, this would prevent top thread from feeding smoothly to the needle.
Posted on May 23, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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