Why is my bobbin threading underneath the bobbin?

How do you fix an uneven bobbin?

Your Thread Is Not Wrapped Securely Around the Tension Disc

Before winding your bobbin, you must pull your thread through the tension discs and thread guides. This helps ensure your bobbin will wind evenly. Some people like to wrap their thread around the tension discs two times to encourage more even bobbin winding.

Why does my bottom thread keep bunching?

A: Looping on the underside, or back of the fabric, means the top tension is too loose compared to the bobbin tension, so the bobbin thread is pulling too much top thread underneath. By tightening the top tension, the loops will stop, but the added tension may cause breakage, especially with sensitive threads.

What are the common sewing machine troubles?

17 Common Sewing Machine Problems and How To Solve Them

  • Thread bunching up under your fabric when sewing. …
  • Bent or broken needles. …
  • Fabric not feeding. …
  • Thread keeps breaking. …
  • Machine is skipping stitches. …
  • Bobbin tension not consistent. …
  • Seams in stretch fabrics coming out wavy. …
  • Sewing machine seizes up or won’t sew.

What causes loose bobbin thread?

Probable Causes: – Top or bobbin thread is not set correctly. – Make sure that you are using a bobbin designed for this machine. …

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How do I stop my thread from bunching up when sewing?

Hold the thread in both hands with light tension. The thread is positioned in the pretensioner. Also make sure the thread is positioned properly between the tension discs on the top of the machine: If it is not positioned correctly, it will not have any tension, and will be pulled under with the very first stitch.