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...TOP STITCH LOOKS FINE BUT WHEN YOU FLIP IT OVER THE FABRIC AND LOOK AT THE BOTTOM STITCH IT IS LOOSE LIKE LITTLE LOOPS INSTEAD OF TIGHT STITCHS. I HAVE TRYED TO TIGHTEN TE BOBIN SREWS BUT NO CHANGE. ...

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...top stitch will be good for a few stitches, and then the stitches will bunch up or be loose. I have checked the threading of the top and of the bobbin. I tried to go the blind hem stitch, and it did ...

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Question about Drop-In Bobbin 16231 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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...bottom thread the stitches are too loose? if stitches on top is loose then remove bobbin case and tighten small screw on it. if stitches on bottom of fabric is loose then tighten top thread

Question about Drop-In Bobbin 16231 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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...top stitch is too loose and you see the bobbin threads on top, then the top tension is too tight. It helps to thread the machine with different color thread on top and in the bobbin, and then stitch ...

...top stitch is too loose Check the upper tension unit for loose threads or fluff. This causes the discs not to completely close when the presser foot is lowered. If the stitches are loose on top it ...

Question about Freesia 415

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tension. The reverse of this would be loose stitches on top which means the bobbin needs to have the tension screw increased, little at a time, about 1/8 ". Sew and repeat until the stitches are equal

Question about LX3125 Sewing Machine

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...stitch the TOP tension is too loose. Increase the top tension. Now take some scrap material and set machine to a wide zig zag, medium length stitch and sew a bit. Compare the top and the bottom sides ...

...top tension must be adjusted to fix loose stitches of bottom stitches adust the top tension one letter or number higher and sew on a scrap piece of fabric till stitches look correct,, here is a free ...

...stitch. If top stitches is loose you have to reduce the upper thread tension, if the bottom stitches is loose you have to increase the upper thread tension. Adjust accordingly till you can get a ...

...stitch length adjustment so stitches are closer together. Or, do you mean the tension is loose between stitches? You can try tightening the top tension to see if that helps. (Be sure to ALWAYS RAISE ...

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