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Thread: Bobbin thread jamming

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    Super Member chamby's Avatar
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    Couldn't find the original post. So started new one.
    I just wanted to let everyone know that I have fixed my problem. It was my bobbin case. I was able to quilt the entire casserole cozy last night without the thread jamming in the bobbin area. My sewing machine sews so much better now. I will never touch my bobbin case screw again. I have learned my lesson. I will only adjust the top tension from now on.
    My stitches look so much nicer now.
    chamby :thumbup:

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    whew! Glad you got that taken care of!

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    Don't be afraid to adjust your bobbin tension, just mark the "normal" or "correct" setting with a permanent marker or nail polish before you do so you can go right back to it. You can achieve some really interesting effects this way... :oops: even some you'll want to do again!! :lol:

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    Maybe you get an extra bobbin case to use, incase you need to change the tension. Just make sure you mark it. Donna

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