Questions & Answers for: Euro-Pro loose stitching

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Question about 416 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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...gets stuck. When I remove the material, the top stitch looks pretty good but the bottom stitch is loose and all over the place. When I removed the bobbin case, I noticed that the upper thread is ...

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Question about 9120 Computerized Sewing Machine

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...9120. Have rethreaded and removed and replaced bobbin several times but problem continues. HELP!!! Loose bottom stitches mean the UPPER tension has a problem. Pull the thread through the tension ...

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Question about 8260 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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...BEAUTIFULLY. THIS IS A WALKING FOOT MACHINE. TOP THREAD WON'T STITCH AND WHEN IT DOES IT'S VERY LOOSELY, UNUNIFORMED STITCH AND THEN THE DERN THREAD BREAKS. you have your thread tension too tight ...

...stitching is loose/loopy, first try threading the machine with the presser foot up to see if this solves the problem. Bobbin Tension How and Why Tension is Adjusted Understanding Thread Tension ...

Question about 1260DX Mechanical Sewing Machine

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...the sewing machine,, it should tell if your is self oiling or you have to oil it,, are the stitches loose on top of the fabric you have to adjust the bobbin but if stitches are loose on bottom of ...

Question about 605 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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...not come off the thread take up lever also clean the bobbin area to make sure there is no lint or loose threads also check the feed dog area for ...

Question about Shark 60 - 384

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How do I adjust the bobbin tension? The stitches it produces are loose/loopy. The thread pulls out of the fabric like a basting stitch. Make sure that your top threading is right. My sister in law has

...the tension right in the bobbin and on the top, both of them are straight and no hooking both are loose stitch no norman stitch made? When I am sewing the stitches are not forming almost as if

...sure that it is done though all the correct tension loops. A bobbin that is wound to tight or loose can cause all sorts of problems. If that has been done then completely rethread the machine ...

...mechanical and not electronic. If it is a mechanical problem, like the Stitch-Selector Knob being loose, out of adjustment or broken, or some thing in the mechanical linkage gone wrong, then you

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