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    Old 02-13-2014, 06:57 PM
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    Originally Posted by Peckish
    During a project in which I was sewing a faux leather bag, I found I had to go up to a size 16 needle and sew very slowly. Sometimes I even turned the wheel by hand to ensure those stitches were caught.
    I have slowed down the speed here too, I find it helps a lot with the stitches skipping. With the larger needle and going slow it is somewhat better. Thanks for all of the comments everyone.
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