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Janome M7 Tension Stuck in Auto

Emerentia
 

I am a new Janome M7 owner but not new to Janome. My previous machine was the MC8000 and before that a Kenmore. After 30yrs of faithful service my 8000’s screen went dark and I could only see it by holding a light to it. I kept using it that way until this spring when I went to look to see if anything had changed in machines since 1991. 

Just recently I have found need to change upper thread tension settings from the automatic setting but am unable. It does not matter a lick if I set from Auto to 0 or as high as 10, my stitches do not change. It doesn’t matter either if I change in Machine Settings or an individual stitch setting. 

How do I really adjust thread tension? Thank you for reading.
Emerentia


to thread or to vinyl?

Joyce Daniel
 

Hi!

I would like to do a “Bride” long sleeve tshirt for a late Nov wedding.

I could embroider on the front of this shirt or could have the vinyl wording attached.

Suggestions of pros/cons of either? Just not sure which way to go.

TIA! Joyce

 


Re: About to toss this machine out the window!

Cheryl Paul
 

I really don’t want to carry this thread one message longer, but I do have an experience with pre-wound bobbins. About in 2009 a couple of friends and I made a little trip and we women couldn’t agree, which airline (4 choices at that time in Saskatoon) or travel agent to use flew separately, yes using 3 different airlines but managed to arrive in Indianapolis within hours of each other. The one who stayed the longest got to drive the rental car. Anyway, we did get to our little conference in Columbus OH that same day. The conference was a lot of fun, but not as good as the friend who had been there a few years earlier remember. We shopped until we dropped, overloaded with embroidery classes and much more information. In our purchases, we managed to buy some pre-wound bobbins - lots in a box. I used mine and didn’t have any issues for years. Then taking a class out in Humboldt, at one of my Janome Dealers, using my Skyline S9 for this embroidery class, and my stitches were way off. The thread kept breaking, nesting underneath and just a genuine pain in the neck problems. The technician a fantastic lady, tried sewing on the machine and it sewed just fine as a sewing machine, but the embroidery was nasty. She checked everything out and in checking the bobbin thread, discovered that it was not a consistent thickness. Needless to say, those bobbins have been donated on to a school for use in home economics classes - they will be very much appreciated there and work for plan sewing. These bobbins weren’t “Janome” bobbins, but they are the same size, thickness, etc as the “J” bobbins. I might have kept them for regular sewing but they are “white” and I sew very little “white” or “black” as they really aren’t my colours.

I just wanted to mention this as we didn’t go into thread thickness and/or thickness consistency on a bobbin.

Cheryl - Saskatoon


Re: About to toss this machine out the window!

Virginia
 

Bobbin thread depending on the brand is usually 60wt or thinner. 40wt is not usually used as bobbin thread . 40wt is for top sewing and embroidery threads. The higher the number the thinner the thread. The lower the number the thicker the thread which is usually used for top stitching or decorative stitching.



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From: Kathy Strabel <ksbappa@...>
Date: 7/24/21 5:10 PM (GMT-05:00)
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Subject: Re: [onlinesewing-janome] About to toss this machine out the window!

Roberta---Well,  that is not very encouraging. I was thinking I would replace all my generic, pre-wound bobbins out for only Janome branded ones and wind them a bit slower and it would probably improve this issue. But your experience says different.Still, after closely examining a bunch of the generic pre-wounds I have in my possession, I have decided to order some Janome "J" bobbins and a cone of 40 wt bobbin thread. For a start.  The rest of my decision will be coming after I have been stitching for a while with the Janome bobbins and not pre-wound.  There ore so many variables with embroidery!!!
kathy Strabel   Camas WA

On Thu, Jul 22, 2021 at 8:04 AM Roberta K via groups.io <robkon94=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi Kathy and everybody, 

Is it possible that you are ordering the wrong part number? Just a thought. 

I have had the same issue with the bouncing bobbin, but I then realized that I was using generic bobbins rather than Janome. That improved things a lot.

Also, could there be a problem with the bobbin winder tension? 
I have also noticed that sometimes, with Janome prewound bobbins, the bobbins are not wound properly, which changes the tension on the thread. Even with winding my own bobbins, I have noticed that the same thing can happen.

Roberta in FL



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Have a good one!
Kathy Strabel





Re: New Member

Lyn Quine
 

I have a 12000 15000 350e and a 6600P.   I wouldn’t do anything different.  I like the security of knowing I have another machine I can use if needs be.  I wouldn’t like to be without my embroidery capability or sewing.  I know I am extremely lucky to be in this position, that is until service time then I’m not quite so happy, I’ve got alternatives but I also have lots of service bills.


On 25 Jul 2021, at 14:41, Fran via groups.io <fmattice4@...> wrote:

Welcome to the group,

I also have the 15000 and if I had it to do over, I would buy separate machines. Good luck with your decision. 


Re: New Member

Fran
 

Welcome to the group,

I also have the 15000 and if I had it to do over, I would buy separate machines. Good luck with your decision. 


Re: New Member

Pixey
 

Hi Lorrie,
Welcome to the group. I have both the 15000 and the 500e and the S9 (which is a smaller version of the 15000) and they are all good machines with their individual idiosyncrasies.  Part of deciding which machine to get should be based on the type of machine embroidery you want to explore.  If you are looking at doing larger quilting style projects, the 15000 is the better machine because it has the larger throat area and rear drive system.  Plus a better quilting specific hoop.  But I find for garment or smaller machine embroidery projects (like placemats or craft projects), the 500e is often the better machine.

You mentioned the built in editor.  Both machines are similar in that respect.  They also come with a basic editor software that can be loaded on a PC.

A couple of things that to me are key differences between them from the mach8ne embroidery perspective…
The hoops for the 500e are much more compact and easy to handle when doing in-the-hoop or appliqué projects than those of the 15000.  There is also much less wasted stabilizer.  Also you may want to consider machine footprint needs.  Because the 15000 is larger and drives hoops from the back of the machine, you need a much larger table and space behind the machine than for the 500e.  The 500e is also much lighter for taking to classes or workshops than the 15000.  That said, it does not fit well in most sewing machine carriers.  The weight and size of the 15000 just was not practical for me to take on the road, which was why I ended up getting the S9 for workshops.

In terms of hoop size, I considered going up to the 550e, but I really like the RE28 hoop of the 500e and find it sufficiently large for most of my projects.  There are a lot of times that bigger is not necessarily better.  If I were to get a 550e, I would definitely want the “optional” RE28 hoop in addition to the larger one it comes with.  Also, the dimensions of the 500e and 550e hoops more closely align to the sizes of many commercially available designs.  

A couple of other differences on the technical side.  I find that the 500e is not quite as smooth and quiet as the 15000.  However, it is not as loud as some of the other popular machine brands that people bring to the embroidery clubs at my sewing store.  Also, the maintenance requirements of the 15000 are minimal, but the 500e does require regular oiling at a number of points and include tipping the machine on end and removing covers.  There are some YouTube videos that show the oiling requirements that are very helpful or you can get your dealer to show you how to do it the first time (which is what I did).

Also, you may not realize it but there are several different versions of the 15000 floating around in the used machine market.  I skipped the 15000 version 1 but from what others have said in the past, it sometimes had problems with the automatic needle threader.  I bought a 15000 version 2 machine and then had it upgraded by my dealer to the same functionality as a version 3 machine (which came out shortly afterward and had some additional needle threader improvements and additional feet and specific functionality for quilting and ruler work).

Finally, you can load 3rd party designs onto the 500e by directly connecting the machine to a PC or using a USB thumb drive.  The 15000 offers the additional option of connecting wirelessly to your PC.

I hope this gives you a sense of some of the contrasts between the two machines.  If you have other specific questions, toss them out and I or other 500e owners can answer them.

Pixey


On Jul 24, 2021, at 5:35 PM, katz11west via groups.io <katz11west@...> wrote:

Good morning to all.  Thanks for letting me join.  I do not currently own a Janome, hence my reason for joining your group.  I am thinking about purchasing a 500E embroidery only machine.
My current machines are Viking Designer 1, and Bernina 180. I have never owned a Janome and have seen a few of the MC 15000 for sale locally.  They still have a hefty price tag of around $5,000.  I would like to stay under $3,000.00
I like the 500E .  One of the features is onboard editing.  I do own some older Bernina software that has some editing features, just alot of steps to accomplish removing or adding to a design.
Any advice will be much appreciated.  

Lorrie K.


Re: help with decision

Cat - N
 

I have a handheld KamSnap setup.  Works fine.

- Cat


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Subject: [onlinesewing-janome] help with decision

Thinking about buying a KamSnap press. Looking for tips/opinions on which one to get. Can not decide which one would be the best and easiest to use. The KXJ8 (handheld) or KX-T2 (mini tabletop). Will be for fun and occasional use.  Any and all help would be appreciated.

thanks,
mahjongg


Re: New Member

Mary Sanerkin
 

Welcome to the site.  Like some of the others I have kept the two sewing functions separate.  I have a Janome 8900 and until recently I had the 500e embroidery machine which was great.  I changed it to the 550e as I needed the larger hoop.  I am so glad I did.  The larger hoop is much more versatile.   I also bought the Janome Artistic Digitizer software when it was on offer.   Great fun to use.    

Happy sewing


Re: New Member

SewingRose
 

Currently I own a Janome 500E and also a Janome 9450 which means I can continue sewing while the 500E is doing her thing and producing great embroidery, I have owned combo (sewing/embroidery) machines in the past but much prefer separate machines.  I notice you own Bernina software and actually I use Bernina software (free version) even though I've never owned a Bernina embroidery machine.  While I've owned various embroidery machines since 2001, they have all been Janome.

Not sure if you are aware that the 500E has been superseded by the 550E, so if you go to the Janome.com website there is a chart where you can compare both machines and decide if the few upgraded features are worth the extra cost to you.  Some dealers include additional bonuses and some countries include different hoops...mine only came with two hoops but the dealer was giving a discount on the other three hoops if they were purchased at the same time and I knew from past experience I would want them at sometime so went ahead. 

You can download the owner's manual at the Janome.com site as well as YouTube videos posted by Janome. 

Hope some of this helps?  good luck with your decision, but I doubt you would have any regrets with either machine.


help with decision

mah_jongg
 

Thinking about buying a KamSnap press. Looking for tips/opinions on which one to get. Can not decide which one would be the best and easiest to use. The KXJ8 (handheld) or KX-T2 (mini tabletop). Will be for fun and occasional use.  Any and all help would be appreciated.

thanks,
mahjongg


Re: New Member

Ceil J
 

Lorrie,
I have the 15000 and do love it but if I had it to do over again, I would buy two separate machines.  I think there is a 550e with a super large hoop.  It's a tough decision! (I'd also get the Continental M7 but it seems you don't need a 4th machine!)
Welcome,
Ceil


On Sat, Jul 24, 2021 at 8:08 PM Ann Jones via groups.io <anahita2868=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Good morning Lorrie

  I have the Janome 9450 and decided to keep the two functions separate by getting the 500E. Friends in my embroidery group have the 1500. I believe I have the best of the two worlds as it allows me to operate both machines without compromise.. 
The onboard editing works just fine for what I need. Hatch has its start up module that may interest you. Look at John Deer site.
There are others but I have not needed to use any outside of the machine as yet so cannot truly advise.
I like the embroidery finish of my 500E. The 550E has some tweeks but I can see no reason to upgrade to gain those.
Good luck with your decision.
Ann in Au




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On Sunday, 25 July 2021, 9:01:35 AM ACST, Cat - N via groups.io <navillusc=netscape.net@groups.io> wrote:


Hi, Lorrie!  So nice of you to join. I hope you feel welcomed here. This is a great group. The owner of this group is very knowledgeable and there are many members who are very knowledgeable as well. I joined some Janome (and other) groups when I was looking at machines, too. There is nothing like owner experience, provided the machine features, specs, price, warranty, etc., meet your expectations as well. 

Unfortunately, I cannot tell you a thing about the 500e because I have an 11000 and a 15000.  What I know about the 500e is from reading and hearing friends who own them talk about them.   I do find Janome machines to be excellent, and I have a 100-stitch, computerized Kenmore that was made by Janome that I bought in January 1994, and it still works great…so that is a good part of my belief that Janome makes a great machine.  In my experience, they sew great and are quiet.  I also have a Pfaff 10-thread coverlocker, and have owned other brands of sewing machines, so I buy for features/specs/reliability/needs/costs, etc…not for brand loyalty specifically/exclusively. 

In the event that you do find you need additional software, depending on what you need, there are some that are ‘modular’ software packages so you do not have to purchase more than you need.  Also, there are inexpensive software packages, and even free ones. 

I assume you may have found a 500e nearby, but you mentioned the 15000, and it’s higher price, so  I don’t know if you’re set on the 500e for other reasons too, or pining the inability to purchase a 15000 due to the higher cost, but I thought I would mention that Ken’s Sewing Center (online but physically in AL) is hosting their ‘left in layaway’ sale starting 7/26/21.  You would need to call to find out what machines customers have opted not to complete their layaway purchases and so are available and the costs, but I do have friends who have purchased machines from Ken’s. Just a thought…they are a Janome dealer but not necessarily local to you…not local to me (FL) or my friends either. lol   I have purchased many things from them…just not machines so far. 

Buying a new machine is an adventure…one which I hope you will enjoy!  

- Cat

Typos courtesy of autocorrect. 


Re: New Member

Ann Jones
 

Good morning Lorrie

  I have the Janome 9450 and decided to keep the two functions separate by getting the 500E. Friends in my embroidery group have the 1500. I believe I have the best of the two worlds as it allows me to operate both machines without compromise.. 
The onboard editing works just fine for what I need. Hatch has its start up module that may interest you. Look at John Deer site.
There are others but I have not needed to use any outside of the machine as yet so cannot truly advise.
I like the embroidery finish of my 500E. The 550E has some tweeks but I can see no reason to upgrade to gain those.
Good luck with your decision.
Ann in Au




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On Sunday, 25 July 2021, 9:01:35 AM ACST, Cat - N via groups.io <navillusc@...> wrote:


Hi, Lorrie!  So nice of you to join. I hope you feel welcomed here. This is a great group. The owner of this group is very knowledgeable and there are many members who are very knowledgeable as well. I joined some Janome (and other) groups when I was looking at machines, too. There is nothing like owner experience, provided the machine features, specs, price, warranty, etc., meet your expectations as well. 

Unfortunately, I cannot tell you a thing about the 500e because I have an 11000 and a 15000.  What I know about the 500e is from reading and hearing friends who own them talk about them.   I do find Janome machines to be excellent, and I have a 100-stitch, computerized Kenmore that was made by Janome that I bought in January 1994, and it still works great…so that is a good part of my belief that Janome makes a great machine.  In my experience, they sew great and are quiet.  I also have a Pfaff 10-thread coverlocker, and have owned other brands of sewing machines, so I buy for features/specs/reliability/needs/costs, etc…not for brand loyalty specifically/exclusively. 

In the event that you do find you need additional software, depending on what you need, there are some that are ‘modular’ software packages so you do not have to purchase more than you need.  Also, there are inexpensive software packages, and even free ones. 

I assume you may have found a 500e nearby, but you mentioned the 15000, and it’s higher price, so  I don’t know if you’re set on the 500e for other reasons too, or pining the inability to purchase a 15000 due to the higher cost, but I thought I would mention that Ken’s Sewing Center (online but physically in AL) is hosting their ‘left in layaway’ sale starting 7/26/21.  You would need to call to find out what machines customers have opted not to complete their layaway purchases and so are available and the costs, but I do have friends who have purchased machines from Ken’s. Just a thought…they are a Janome dealer but not necessarily local to you…not local to me (FL) or my friends either. lol   I have purchased many things from them…just not machines so far. 

Buying a new machine is an adventure…one which I hope you will enjoy!  

- Cat

Typos courtesy of autocorrect. 


Re: New Member

Cat - N
 

Hi, Lorrie!  So nice of you to join. I hope you feel welcomed here. This is a great group. The owner of this group is very knowledgeable and there are many members who are very knowledgeable as well. I joined some Janome (and other) groups when I was looking at machines, too. There is nothing like owner experience, provided the machine features, specs, price, warranty, etc., meet your expectations as well. 

Unfortunately, I cannot tell you a thing about the 500e because I have an 11000 and a 15000.  What I know about the 500e is from reading and hearing friends who own them talk about them.   I do find Janome machines to be excellent, and I have a 100-stitch, computerized Kenmore that was made by Janome that I bought in January 1994, and it still works great…so that is a good part of my belief that Janome makes a great machine.  In my experience, they sew great and are quiet.  I also have a Pfaff 10-thread coverlocker, and have owned other brands of sewing machines, so I buy for features/specs/reliability/needs/costs, etc…not for brand loyalty specifically/exclusively. 

In the event that you do find you need additional software, depending on what you need, there are some that are ‘modular’ software packages so you do not have to purchase more than you need.  Also, there are inexpensive software packages, and even free ones. 

I assume you may have found a 500e nearby, but you mentioned the 15000, and it’s higher price, so  I don’t know if you’re set on the 500e for other reasons too, or pining the inability to purchase a 15000 due to the higher cost, but I thought I would mention that Ken’s Sewing Center (online but physically in AL) is hosting their ‘left in layaway’ sale starting 7/26/21.  You would need to call to find out what machines customers have opted not to complete their layaway purchases and so are available and the costs, but I do have friends who have purchased machines from Ken’s. Just a thought…they are a Janome dealer but not necessarily local to you…not local to me (FL) or my friends either. lol   I have purchased many things from them…just not machines so far. 

Buying a new machine is an adventure…one which I hope you will enjoy!  

- Cat

Typos courtesy of autocorrect. 


New Member

katz11west
 

Good morning to all.  Thanks for letting me join.  I do not currently own a Janome, hence my reason for joining your group.  I am thinking about purchasing a 500E embroidery only machine.
My current machines are Viking Designer 1, and Bernina 180. I have never owned a Janome and have seen a few of the MC 15000 for sale locally.  They still have a hefty price tag of around $5,000.  I would like to stay under $3,000.00
I like the 500E .  One of the features is onboard editing.  I do own some older Bernina software that has some editing features, just alot of steps to accomplish removing or adding to a design.
Any advice will be much appreciated.  

Lorrie K.


Re: About to toss this machine out the window!

Kathy Strabel
 

Roberta---Well,  that is not very encouraging. I was thinking I would replace all my generic, pre-wound bobbins out for only Janome branded ones and wind them a bit slower and it would probably improve this issue. But your experience says different.Still, after closely examining a bunch of the generic pre-wounds I have in my possession, I have decided to order some Janome "J" bobbins and a cone of 40 wt bobbin thread. For a start.  The rest of my decision will be coming after I have been stitching for a while with the Janome bobbins and not pre-wound.  There ore so many variables with embroidery!!!
kathy Strabel   Camas WA


On Thu, Jul 22, 2021 at 8:04 AM Roberta K via groups.io <robkon94=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi Kathy and everybody, 

Is it possible that you are ordering the wrong part number? Just a thought. 

I have had the same issue with the bouncing bobbin, but I then realized that I was using generic bobbins rather than Janome. That improved things a lot.

Also, could there be a problem with the bobbin winder tension? 
I have also noticed that sometimes, with Janome prewound bobbins, the bobbins are not wound properly, which changes the tension on the thread. Even with winding my own bobbins, I have noticed that the same thing can happen.

Roberta in FL



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Have a good one!
Kathy Strabel





Re: About to toss this machine out the window!

sharynn
 

Thank you for sharing!


On Jul 22, 2021, at 7:48 PM, Cat - N via groups.io <navillusc@...> wrote:


Here is a photo of the teeny tiny bobbin thread tail that I find on Janome prewound bobbins that causes my 15000 to make bobbin noise.  The thread tail is really hard to see in the image where I was cutting it with the tiny point scissors, but the points of the scissor blade points are at the base of the thread next to bulk of bobbin thread.  I looked carefully at this thread when I saw it today.  This is the leading end of bobbin thread from the spool that was threaded into the bobbin just before the bobbin was wound...not a random thread...I just never see it after trimming it because it just pulls out when the bobbin runs out  It only seems to cause noise when it hangs outside the physical area of the bobbin.  It was purely accidental that the bobbin I am sewing with today showed this teeny tine thread end.

- Cat (FL)


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Sent: Thu, Jul 22, 2021 10:48 am

You might look carefully at a noisy bobbin or one that gets noisy for no apparent reason, especially prewound, to make sure there isn’t teeny tiny thread end sticking out anywhere. I only buy Janome prewounds, which have worked well for me, but for some reason, I have found several having a teeny tiny thread sticking out partway through the bobbin thread being used up and usually near top or bottom of the bobbin.  It’s not a thread end, meaning that it’s not a new, separate length of thread or that it signifies a break in the continuous bobbin thread, so I don’t understand where they come from…guessing it’s some stray bit from a previous bobbin that was wound on the same winder…but even if the thread is so teeny tiny that it looks ‘harmless’ enough not to worry about, I trim it as far back toward the bobbin as possible with tiny pointed scissors and the noisy bobbin sound goes away…at least so far it has. 

- Cat

Typos courtesy of autocorrect. 


Re: About to toss this machine out the window!

Cat - N
 


Cheryl, I am going to date myself...LOL  I learned to sew on a Singer treadle machine (actually 3) back when I was a literal toddler, so I don't even remember learning how to sew...just remember growing up sewing from a very, very young age, and designing and making my own clothes, patterns, etc. well into adulthood when I ran out of time in my day due to my sons' schedules and quit sewing for a time.  I am 67 now, so I have definitely wound a good share of bobbins, different kinds and shapes of bobbins with different kinds of winders...many different machines, including Kenmore made by Janome.  I didn't own a machine with anything but a straight (forward) stitch until the late 1970's. 

The bobbins I wind/have wound do not ever have a thread hanging off from initially threading the bobbin, but the Janome prewound bobbins actually are wound so full that the thread from winding the bobbin initially actually sticks out beyond the bobbin and the tiny thread that sticks out is unseen until part of the thread has been sewn and left the bobbin, and when that happens...when the little thread sticks out, the bobbin gets angry and starts yelling at me.  LOL  My bobbins are always wound to just inside the outer circumference of the physical plastic bobbin. 

I do mean the thread is 'fat' around the spindle on the prewound bobbins...if not held carefully to insert the bobbin into the bobbin case, thread can start to 'spiral' off the bobbin and it's a crazy mess if that happens.  Ask me how I know that...LOL

I prefer the prewound bobbins for my own convenience...not because I lack the ability to wind a proper bobbin...just because I've become lazy enough to enjoy simply opening up a bobbin case, grabbing a prewound bobbin, and sewing again immediately.  I do still wind bobbins, but only for color matching to the fabric/design as needed for sewing and embroidery.

I understand they (the Janome 'winders') cannot cut the initial thread flush with the outer circumference of the actual bobbin...because the thread isn't flush with the outer bobbin edge...it's 'pudgy' and just outside that outer plastic edge.  But, to keep my 15000 sewing without having to wind my own bobbins, I MUST clip that thread off the prewound Janome bobbin.  It's no biggie...I do it automatically without giving it much thought, but I just thought I would tell Kathy about the thread in case that might be a contributing factor to the issue she is having with her 500e.  The little thread doesn't 'look dangerous' but I still trim it off.

I appreciate your kind words...I hope you are having a great weekend.

- Cat


Re: About to toss this machine out the window!

Joyce VanAtta
 

I had those problems, too.
Learned to hate my machine and got rid of it!!

Joyce


Re: Thread cutter

Cheryl Paul
 

Hi Gwen,

It sounds like your dealer made a few tweaks to your machine when he serviced it. Look in your settings and see if there is a place where you can add/subtract length of the cut for the thread. As for your thread cutter: there have been so many issues with the thread cutter that the technician might just automatically check it as it might have become very routine for him to do that, even though yours was working fine. I’ve taken my 15000 in many times to have the thread cutter “fixed” and it threaded 10 out of 10 for me and 0 out of 10 for me and that was immediately after I set it back up on my sewing table - “go figure”. Now I try it twice on any machine and if it doesn’t thread then I do the old way and that isn’t always easy as my eyes aren’t what they were when I started my sewing journey 50 some years ago when thread cutters weren’t even on a sewing machine and we were lucky to have a “zig zag” and a few decorative stitches IF we could afford such a machine.

I wouldn’t make a special trip to have those things adjusted but I sure would make it know that “what worked before” isn’t working now and will they honour the fix for “FREE” if you bring it in when it is convenient to you.

Cheryl - Saskatoon

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