Okay, so I’ve just been given a Brother GS2500 sewing machine, and I’m sure I’ve threaded it all correctly (checked the manual and all) and whenever I sew, no matter what speed, what setting and no matter what the tension is on, the thread underneath bubbles and is super loose. It’s basically a bird’s nest of thread underneath! At first I thought it must just be the tension setting being too low, but even if I crank it right up to the highest setting (I’ve tried all of them!) it still happens! I have something super important to sew, and I was given this machine because mine is away for servicing and I have no idea what’s up with it! The fabric I need to sew is super delicate too, so I really don’t want to be unpicking every 5 seconds and making unnecessary holes in the fabric because it would fray so fast. Any help ASAP would be greatly appreciated!
This is really best video to give professional touch to your scarf.
Which jacket did are you making? Do you have the design number and the month?
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