How do I fix the reverse stitching on my sewing machine?
Machine is stuck on reverse
- Turn the machine off.
- The reverse button may be stuck in the reverse position. …
- Check that you have selected the correct stitch. …
- Make sure you are holding down the button while sewing 3-5 stitches. …
- Remove bobbin and clean the bobbin area.
What causes a loose stitch?
A loose stitch on the underside of the material is a common problem caused by a lack of precision in the setup of the machine. Different parts move and rotate simultaneously. If they are not timed correctly, one side sews faster than the other.
Why does my sewing machine only sews in reverse?
The reverse lever on a sewing machine is most often a push-button or mechanical lever that you push when you want your fabric to feed in reverse. This button occasionally gets stuck or broken internally in the reverse position, causing the machine to only run in reverse.
If your thread is pulled tight on the underside and not forming an even stitch then (counter-intuitively) it’s usually the top thread tension that’s wrong. Sometimes very lightweight fabrics such as sheers can get dragged down into the machine so it’s a good idea to use a straight stitch plate.
Stitches are loose on the top and/or bottom
- The upper threading could be threaded incorrectly. …
- Check the bobbin. …
- Change the needle.
- Check the combination of the needle and thread size as well as the fabric you are trying to sew on. …
- Using a scrap piece of material sew out your stitch and adjust the thread tension.
How do you fix bobbin tension?
Bobbin tension or bottom tension is fixed by adjusting a small screw next to your bobbin case’s thread opening.To adjust, use a tiny screwdriver and turn the tiny screw to the right for tighter tension or the left to loosen bobbin tension.
Can you reverse stitch with a walking foot?
When not to use a walking foot.
REVERSE SEWING: The foot isn’t designed for use in reverse. foot assists in forward movement and won’t allow the fabric to move side to side. SOME DECORATIVE STITCHES: Wide decorative stitches require side to side fabric motion, which is inhibited by the walking foot.