Why are my serger stitches loose?

What causes stitches to be loose?

A loose stitch on the underside of the material is a common problem caused by a lack of precision in the setup of the machine. Different parts move and rotate simultaneously. If they are not timed correctly, one side sews faster than the other.

Can you use a serger with one needle?

– On serger stitches with one only needle, choose which one you’re going to use considering your thread’s and fabric’s thickness: use the left one with thicker and the right one for lighter ones.

Why is my bottom stitch so loose?

Probable Causes: – Top or bobbin thread is not set correctly. – Make sure that the bobbin was threaded properly in the shuttle race. …

Why is my bottom stitch not straight?

If your thread is pulled tight on the underside and not forming an even stitch then (counter-intuitively) it’s usually the top thread tension that’s wrong. Sometimes very lightweight fabrics such as sheers can get dragged down into the machine so it’s a good idea to use a straight stitch plate.

What happens if stitches don’t work?

If a suture is not held under its ideal tension by a correctly tied knot, the healing properties of the wound will be compromised. This can lead to improper healing, and bacteria may enter the wound creating infection, excessive scarring, and greater discomfort.

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