[Sewing] The sewing machine is driving me crazzzyy!!

Olya K krasnykh at gmail.com
Thu Jun 16 17:43:52 UTC 2011

I'm new to Noisebridge, and not that knowledgeable in sewing, though im
learning, so first of all Hi everyone :) I'll try to come by the Wednesday
class/group one of these weeks and hopefully meet some of you.

I had the same problem last year on my machine when i was sewing faux fur. I
ended up changing the needle and all went back to normal (i think the needle
either got dull or maybe it bent funny because i was pushing heavy thick
fabric through it)


On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 10:39 AM, meredith scheff <satiredun at gmail.com>wrote:

> were you using particurally thick thread, and was the auto stitch on?
> On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 7:12 PM, Ashley Lorae Fernandis <
> fernandis06 at hotmail.com> wrote:
>>  I have been working on the sewing machine alllll day trying to figure out
>> whats going on. I sewed probably 2 yards of fabric when the bobbin thread
>> ran out. I pulled the spool out and re threaded it as always, and when I put
>> it back in, the machine stopped working correctly. The top needle goes in,
>> and the thread gets stuck in there and its hard to get the bobbin thread
>> back up. I unthreaded and rethreaded the machine several times, re threaded
>> the bobbin, switched the bobbin around a couple ways, and cleaned the bobbin
>> area.
>> I'm out of ideas. What am I doing wrong?
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