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Ive complained to our mechanics that perhaps and machine can work its way out of timing slowly. they insisted it doesnt happen. However I think they are coming around to that reality. Computerized machines are just plain as different from old ones as computerized cars are from the old ones.
Skipped stitches CAN be a sign of a timing problem. Search "timing" here within the video section at SWN and you should find a tutorial demonstrating how to re-set your machine's timing. It's very easy.
Hi Susan! Great Tutorial. I got problem with my machine. What should I do when my stitches don't get right. The problem is I got this jumping stitches that give me headache. I've tight my bobbin but it still can't fix the problem. What Should I do?
The thicker the thread the looser the tension. Righty tighty,,,lefty loosy. Simple phrase to help ya remember.
Thank you Beth.
Great tutorial! I've never heard of bobbin work before and now I know I'll try it.
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