My machine is only a couple years old, but recently it began bunching up thread on one side when I sew straight, simple lines. It seems like something between the spool of thread and the needle is loose and not keeping the thread taught, but I don't know much about how sewing machines work, so I don't know where to start to fix it.
Any help is appreciated! Thanks!
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hi Sue. Why does my bobbin thread keep bunching up?
Check Your Tension Settings. Looping underneath the fabric usually occurs when there is not enough tension in the needle thread to pull the bobbin thread. Sometimes thread bunching can be caused by something as simple as the tension dial being inadvertently turned. Sewing Machine Thread Bunching Up Here Why .
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