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Thread Looping

Posted by bhayes (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 8, 05 at 11:49

On a heavy design where there are maybe 3 layers to complete the design, I'm having a problem with thread looping. I have adjusted the tension up and down but still have the problem. On a regular design the stitching is fine. Any suggestions?


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RE: Thread Looping

Maybe you need a new, sharper needle to sew that dense of a project


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RE: Thread Looping

I also put in a new needle. (I'm using sharp Titanium).
That didn't help either. My machine is fairly new, but I'm wondering if it is my machine.


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RE: Thread Looping

Could be stabilizer too. It may just be the design itself. Is it purchased or a free download. I have problems on some of the freebies & I get antsy on the thick stuff because of the noise it makes.


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RE: Thread Looping

The software is purchased from Embroidery Haven. Beautiful design and I have purchased from them before. The stablizer is Badgmaster. I use Madiera poly thread which has done well for me. However, on this heavy design the bobbin thread occasionally piles up and causes a huge thick lump for no apparent reason. I'm doing freestanding lace and have done a lot of it but not this heavy a design.

Appreciate your comments.


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RE: Thread Looping

My machine's tension is usually too loose when my machine does the "bird's nest" thing.

I tried lace once & it didn't do well. I had some bird's nests & it finally pulled a big hole in my stabilizer & I haven't tried again.


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