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when you thread the machine make sure to use every thread guide check to see if the bobbin is in correctly try changing the needle--normally flat side goes to the back the needle that your sewing with is it the right one for the thread & fabric clean under the needle plate & bobbin area for lint or loose threads
Here are some common reasons that the fabric won't feed: 1. Stitch length is set to zero, or machine is in button hole setting 2. Feed dogs are dropped (free motion setting) 3. Broken gears (typically in old singers) 4. Presser bar not coming down - may be bound up. 5. Lots of lint under the needle plate (in between the feed dogs) preventing feed dogs from raising.
Try using a walking foot. It could be it's not the bobbin but the way the two layers are feeding together. Or, change feet. Or, try a new needle. Rethread the top needle, too--sometimes this alone fixes the problem.