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Puckering material My machine puckers the material and gathers it all together. The material is light. Also my machine is making noise. I have cleaned the machine and the problem aint going away. Please help

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Hi there anyone with a copy of the toyota se06 model manual please

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Put fine paper behind the material that may help the puckering

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You may need to utilize backing to correct the puckering, and/or if possible, also sew on the bias. I do not have enough information to interpret the origin/cause of the "noise". Please click on the URL below for helpful information in correcting typical stitching and machine woes....good luck my friend: http://www.fixya.com/support/t162553-underthread_going_crazy

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On my Singer 9960 quantum machine when I sew a straight stich it is gathering my material. then I have to pull the material to straighten it out so it is not gathered. How do I fix?

Sounds like the tension is too tight. If it is light-weight fabric, you may need to loosen the tension some to keep it from puckering or add some stabilizer to add some bulk to the fabric, ie add some washaway stabilizer to the fabric seam when stitching, or even a sheet of paper will help.
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Most sewing machines will cause puckering when zig-zaging, especially when sewing light-weight fabric like chiffon, etc. Try a brand new needle. You can try narrowing the zig-zag so there is not such a large gap between the left & right swing. Can also try loosening the tension a bit so the thread is not pulling so tightly. Another possibility (if your machine has the capability) is to increase the presser foot pressure so there is more pressure applied between the presser foot and the feed dogs. Or, try using a layer of wash-away stabilizer or clean (unused) newsprint paper with the fabric to help give it some stability.

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#1 Use only Mettler or Gutermann thread. Coats thread is very rough and will pucker the fabric. #2 Make sure that the tensions are balanced. #3 Use the regular zig zag foot. #4 Use a new needle, universal, size 80/12. A blunted point will pucker the fabric.
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a wide zig-zag on a light weight fabric single layer is almost guaranteed to pucker up, just because the thread is under tension and this is often stronger than the fabric being pulled together by the stitches.

However, if a straight seam is puckering, this could be caused by a blunt needle, too big needle, or too tight tension or too long stitch length. You should be able to vary some of these variables to reduce the puckering and improve the stitch appearance. Other things to check might be the top thread being caught up somewhere in the thread path and pulling on the stitching.

If I am finishing the cut edge of aa single layer of light weight fabric I would use a three step zigzag to hold the fabric firmly and neatly.

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If your material is puckering then the thread tension (Top and Bottom) are way too tight. Loosen both.

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Material is puckering.i was hemming pants ,that went good;so i tried working with a very light material.threads are nor releasing, i guess, as the material is pulling together as i sew, its all puckered.

you should always use needles that are the right size and sharpness for different fabrics. any fabric store can help you with this. according to your machine the smaller the # on the needle the finer teh fabric it will sew. also using the right weight of thread is important...light weight thread for light weight fabric and heavier for thicker fabrics
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