I have done a search but can't find an answer to this one.
I often have issues with my FMQ tension on my Brother NS 30.
So today I decided to be methodical.
Loaded up thread and bobbin and checked tension before changing to darning foot. It's all good. (So I am ruling out fluff issues, tension wheels, etc.
Attached darning foot. Did not touch dogs, stich length or anything, tried sewing a straight line. Bobbin thread is laying on back.
Adjusted tension. It stays exactly the same, whether I crank it right up, or right down.
And yes, my foot was down when I was sewing- my machine has a warning beep for that.
This issue is haunting me. People say practice practice, but what is the point of practicing when I know from the get go that it is going to look bad because of the tension problems and I will never be able to FMQ with confidence because I have a techinical problem?
Please suggest what I could try to fix this!