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I am a beginner with a Lenni Longarm. I adjust the tension so that the stitches look great. Fifteen minutes later, the back stitches are tight or the thread is breaking. If I get the tension to hold, quilt several lines with the pantograph and stop for the evening, the next time I turn the machine on, the stitches are off.  I do nothing but turn the machine off and on. Help!

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Check to make sure your bobbin thread is not caught in the bobbin case handle ( the part you grab to take out the bobbin). Thread the bobbin and snap it into the hook without using the handle. I know I have all the thingies mislabeled but I hope you get my gist.


Cee K

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Audrey, sometimes the top thread doesn't feed smoothly off the cone or spool.  The thread when feeding off the spool gets embedded and then gets trapped/caught so it won't unwind evenly so therefor  your top thread is pulled too tight and breaks.  Try a different top thread, additionally the same scenario can happen with the bobbin thread. Sharon

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