Another reason you may experience loose stitches is that the thread tension may be low and may not be tight enough to hold these threads tighter to the fabric. When you experience loose thread, you should readjust your tension to see if it is close enough to stop the loose stitches.
Why is my bottom stitch so loose?
Loose seam This indicates that the tension is too loose on both the bobbin and needle thread, the machine has not been threaded correctly, or the thread has not been placed properly between the tension mechanism. The easiest way to spot unbalanced tension is to look for visible knots or loops at the end of each stitch.
Why does my sewing machine keep jamming underneath?
However certain you are that the problem with the machine is most likely due to a huge tangled mess of thread in the bobbin underneath the fabric, the most common reason for the jamming is usually the lack of sufficient tension in the upper thread.
What width should my sewing machine be on?
A straight stitch has no width so it makes sense to set the dial at “0”. However, each machine varies so you will want to set the Stitch Width dial at the position where the needle is centered over the stitch plate. This will give you the most accurate seam allowance.
How do you fix a loose bottom stitch?
Stitches are loose on the top and/or bottom
- – Hold down the bobbin with your right hand with the thread unwinding to the left, and hold the end of the thread with your left hand.
- – Then with your right hand, place the Bobbin in the Bobbin Case.