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May 15 Content is edited This is a common problem with new Janome machines, it seems. These forums are littered with questions related to my same issue, but the ONLY solution offered is "see your dealer. There are no dealers here. I would like a solution that I can implement myself--I don't care if it voids the warranty.
Understanding Thread Tension on Your Sewing Machine Learn how to use the tension devices on your sewing machine and understand proper thread tension. By Threads magazine Nov 02, Learn how to use the tension devices on your sewing machine and how to thread for proper tension. All machines have basically the four tension devices shown: These ensure that the same amount of thread flows simultaneously from the needle and the bobbin, producing a symmetrical stitch.
Bryan Gardner When you're learning a new skill, a mistake or two is inevitable. It's all part of the learning curve. When you hear that agitated whir from the machine—cue the internal "ugh" of despair—consider that to be your distress signal. The details may vary a little depending on the make and model of your sewing machine—so we suggest that you get familiar with the mechanics of your machine —but the fundamentals are the same. Whether you're a seamless pro or a novice with needles, we have the no-sweat solutions for your most frustrating issues.