I used a new spool of thread and rewound a new bobbin and it still isn't working. Try loosening the discs and see if that helps. By mom-from-missouri [ Posts, 2, Comments]. It won't pick up the bobbin thread! I changed the needle to a top stitch needle, but it did not help. August 17, 0 found this helpful.
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This should help to confirm you have the right tension. I just got a sewing machine for Christmas and this gave much better instructions that were clearer and easier to follow than what was in the machine's manual. February 24, 0 found this helpful. Inspect the thread cutter area under the throat plate. This is clear, concise, the pictures and of course arrows are extremely helpful.
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How to Sew an Automatic Buttonhole Some modern sewing machines come with the ability to do one-step buttonhole. If you really are having problems with bad tension, I will go through the process of how to set a good tension. Make another test seam, and examine the stitches, repeating until the stitch is balanced. Now for the tension issues. Expressing disagreement is fine, but mutual respect is required.
Don't forget press flywheel back and connect the main shaft of the sewing machine. By corysc [1 Comment]. I don't know what else to do because I've followed all of the fixing procedures. Remove any thread on the bobbin be-fore you wind on new thread. In either case, the tension regulator is elementary: Sharp needles are used for having to cut into certain fabrics at the time of stitching, otherwise you would have a broken needle because maybe the fabric is otherwise too strong to penetrate.