Today I started the quilting on my husband's birthday quilt. I did the first round of stabilizing stitches around the perimeter of the quilt. Everything was fine. Then at just about the end, the little oil can light came on (indicating cleaning and oiling). I finished up and then cleaned and oiled the machine. Ran it with no thread and then rethreaded and did a test swatch. No problems.
I start with the vertical sashing in the center and I continue to get these tiny, tiny stitches. As if something is catching. I take the quilt out, try again same thing. Rethread top and bobbin. Same thing.
I am using my walking foot with stitch-in-the-ditch foot but this is not the first quilt I've done using this and I've never had this problem. What else can I check/try?