Nancy, I have watched your shows for a long time and they have great ideas and hints that I have used. Please note this form is used for feedback only. If you have a mechanical machine, check that the foot is lowered before sewing. So now, within a few days, you will have eliminated the possibility of a snagging thread supply causing inconsistent stitching. I might stop a project without being finished and someone else will adjust the tension before I come back to the project.
How to Fix Tension on Your Sewing Machine
We have all done this; trying to save 8 or 10 inches of thread by pulling it backwards through the threading channels and tension discs. Learn how to use the tension devices on your sewing machine and how to thread for proper tension. Rachel November 28, at Julie Sews May 13, at 2: Be careful not to pull on the thread with force or it may bend the needle. Using spun polyester bobbins can also cause some thread break issues. How can this be fixed?
Best Serger Tension Tips (Bonus: Unpick it!) - Serger Pepper
Hi Nancy, I just recdived my Babylock Evolution. If this doesn't help you will need to have it repaired. Thread breaks can occur from issues with the bobbin. This means that the top tension is to loose and the bottom to tight. But what happens when the tension is out of whack?
I do however want to ask if you have worked with woolly nylon thread. I have been working on a flat felt stitch my serger will make the chain so I believe that I have threaded it correctly however when I change the tension to do flatfelt stitch the thread gets in a big knot in front of the needle does this make sense and do you have any suggestions? This post will help me since i am new with my serger.. In need of a tension gauge? Glory Mahaffey May 6, at Is is still forming a chain without fabric? Hand-sewn eyelets are ideal because they are sturdy, give a polished finish, and can be created with tools that are likely already in your sewing basket.