Embroidery Do’s and Don’ts – Bobbin Thread


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Avoid common machine embroidery pitfalls.
D E B O R A H   J O N E S

Does your embroidery ever look like it’s been sprinkled with salt because the bobbin thread has pulled to the right side? This spoils the appearance of any embroidery and affects the stitch quality.

If bobbin threads routinely show on the face of the embroidery work, tighten the bobbin tension slightly. The simple procedure for tightening the bobbin tension on your embroidery machine varies by brand and model, so check with the manual if you’re unfamiliar with this adjustment.

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