Frequently Asked Questions
A. The recommendation is yearly but it depends on how often the sewing machine is used and the type of work done on the machine. Cotton fabrics and thread tend to create more lint buildup on your machine. Servicing and cleaning your machine allows the machine to operate smoothly. Also a machine that has been in storage for some time will require servicing as the lubricants can dry up over time.
A.The needle may be inserted incorrectly or the eye may have sharp edges, the machine is not properly threaded or the upper thread tension is too tight.
A.The bobbin may be wound unevenly, the bobbin case could be threaded incorrectly or the bobbin thread tension is too tight.
A.You may have a bent or blunt needle, the needle is inserted incorrectly or the pressure on the foot is insufficient. Also, could be a timing issue.
A.The needle may be inserted incorrectly you are pulling the fabric while sewing or you may be utilizing the incorrect size needle or thread for the fabric being sewn. Also, the position of the needle could be wrong.
A.The drop-feed knob is improperly adjusted, the pressure on the foot is insufficient or the stitch length knob is set too close to zero.
A.The upper thread tension is too tight, the bobbin thread tension is too tight or the fabric may be too sheer or too soft.
A.Tension is not properly adjusted.
A.Machine may need oiling, dirt or lint buildup in the shuttle or dirt and lint between the teeth of the fabric feed dogs.
A. The height of the sewing machine table is dependent on your height. There is, therefore, no ideal height for a sewing machine table since we all have different heights. The key thing when choosing a sewing table is ensuring that the sewing machine table keeps your work at elbow height and your wrists straight.