The majority of all machine problems we see are actually not machine problems at all, but related to the machines not being threaded correctly. Take your thread & bobbin out, rethread them carefully, and give it another try.
Sometimes it's really hard to tell if a needle is bent or dull, so if you're having issues, try replacing the needle. Also make sure that the needle you're using is the correct type for the fabric you're sewing on.
Thread breaking or fraying? Maybe try newer, better quality thread. If the thread is old or of poor quality, it tends to break easily or give inconsistent thread tensions.
- Sewing machines, sergers, quilting machines, and embroidery machines
- Computerized, electronic, mechanical, industrial, and straight-stitc
- Foreign and domestic models
- Thorough cleaning and full service
- Inspection and adjustment of the motor, bobbin winder, motor belts, and needle plate
- Balancing the upper and lower thread tension for better buttonhole, stretch, and regular stitches
Your sewing machine maintenance includes precise adjustments to the height, timing, balance, and alignment of all the vital parts.
- Needle bar
- Needle threader
- Presser foot
- Feed system
- Hook and driver
- Thread-cutting device