Hi everyone! I just bought another sewing machine which has a good number of decorative stitches as well as the usual utility. I’ve not used a computerised machine before so still learning. My question is how do I stop the fabric from tunnelling when I sew zig zag and some of the decorative stitches. I know this can happen on zig zag stitching, although it has never happened to me, but it seems to be happening with any stitch that involves some form of satin stitch. Thanks x
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