You have started your new project with great anticipation. It has decided to go on a lockout or a hiccup. Why is there excessive noise while sewing? Why is the machine running slowly? Solution: Check the take-up lever the metal hook that moves up and down at the top of the machine directly above the presser foot area is in the highest position before lifting your presser foot. Your fabric and threads will pull out of the machine with ease now, as you are at the end of a stitch cycle. Troubleshoot: This will occur when you have started sewing with the presser foot still in the upright position. The feed dogs cannot pull the fabric through the machine without the foot down on top of them, and the thread is jamming around the fabric, making a big mess. Solution: The feed dogs need the presser foot to be on top of the fabric, holding it in place so it can be pulled through the machine. Simply unclog your jam, remove any excess threads on the fabric and inside the machine, and start again.
2) Stitching and fabric motion synchronisation
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The sewing machine manual you got when you purchased the machine, should always be kept near your sewing machine at all times for easy reference anytime a problem arises. It should be thoroughly read before your first stitch. All the settings and maintenance information will be given in them.
1) Double-threaded stitching
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