Sewing machine not catching bottom thread
Apparently, there is no easy way to remove the rod which the wheel turns around. The current link to the manual is https: If in fact the needle is moving side to side, it is the adjustment that I e-mailed about prior. We tried all the stitches; all worked well. I think that machine has something wrong with it where the bobbin is, its eating my top thread. Now, the bobbin doesn't catch.
Sewing Machine Needle Not Catching Thread
Meaning is it would too loose and loopy or to tight? But that's subject for another thread no pun intended: The correct presser foot is attached for the technique and fabric. I did not wind the bobbin correctly? Replace the bobbin case with a new one.
SOLVED: Top thread does not catch bobbin thread singer - Fixya
Either the top thread or the bobbin thread is slightly loopy and loose. It seems that if a kid got the thread all jammed up, they'd snip their project out, and leave all the thread in to jam the next time, instead of going to all the tremendous effort to pull it out. Bobbin Thread is Low or Out As bobbins unwind, the tension can become inconsistent. A picture would be great. Julie Sews September 24, at 9:
So you would use a ball point needle so the needle would manuver smoothly through the fabric without damaging it. It's nice to be able to be on a "first name" basis with the people you talk to in a forum. When inserting the bobbin case into the machine, trim the tail to two to three inches in length. Fortunately, since there wasn't any bobbin on the tatami it was easy to pull out and Peggy's Stitch Eraser took care of the satin border. I'm a vintage loving, chocoholic, cat kissing, bookwarm, foodie, who likes to make pretty things.