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Topic: Husqvarna Designer Topaz 20 Embroidery Issue  (Read 1658 times)
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Colorado_Girl
« on: December 27, 2012 02:01:30 PM »

Could someone assist me with an issue I am having while embroidering?  The white thread from the bobbin is pulling through to the letters or pattern.  Did I set it up wrong?  Also having trouble with new fonts.  The machine will not allow me to use more than one letter at a time unless I use the fonts that came with the machine.  Sad sniff...  I have the right extension on them, but the ability to create names is not there.  I cannot take an owner class until January, so I hope you experts may be able to help!  Thanks, Karen.
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Kuranosuke
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2013 05:42:47 PM »

My machine is from a completely different manufacturer, so the cause of my issue may not be the same. But I did have the same trouble with the bobbin thread pulling through. I'm also pretty new at this, so this is just results from my personal experimentation.

My solution was two-fold. First, my tension on the top-thread was too high, so bobbin stitches were coming to the surface because the top-stiches were "pulling" them through the fabric. The cause was that I hadn't quite loaded my top thread correctly, so while it wouldn't snap, it did get much tighter than the actual "tension" wheel was set to.

Try double-checking how your thread is loaded and make sure it's not getting caught on any of the internal machinery parts.

Second, I made sure that my bobbin thread matches my top thread in whatever I'm sewing at the time. So even if it does pull through slightly, it doesn't show.
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