Singer sewing arm wont move
This normally happens if you were maybe not using the right needle for the material you were sewing or your bottom or top tension was too loose. It will stitch fine for a while but then the bottom cotton gets so knotted up with the one from the needle, it can a totally entangled itself around the bobbin causing the top needle to stop moving. The only way to get this knot unentangled is with patience and slow but not forcefull turning of the wheel. You need to lift the pressure foot up and switch power off. Gently tuck and pull at the material under the needle whilst slowly turning the wheel back and forth. If this fails unscrew the needle from the top so it's free and lying loose on the material and continue the gentle tucking and turning of the wheel. After a while the tension will loosen enough for you to get able to remove the bobbin, cut the thread and gently pull that thread together with the material and needle still attached to it, through the top. I hope this will help.
on Jul 14, 2019
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