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You could unconsciously be holding the fabric back when it is feeding through the machine so you are building in stretch. Or, the presser foot pressure could so high that the presser foot is actually pushing the fabric in front so it is building in stretch. If you have a presser foot pressure adjustment on your machine, you might try loosening it some. It would be helpful to use a roller foot or walking foot (if you have one) that will not impede the movement of the fabric but instead help the fabric move through evenly. Also, lengthen the stitch length and add a zig-zag. That will give the garment some give, but if the fabric does stretch, it will also go back to flat once you remove it from the machine. How to Sew Knits and Stretch Fabrics with Sewing Machine Sewing Stretch Fabrics Sewing with Stretch Knit Fabric Part 2
I have a pawstivity twin over twin loft with rails build a bear works shop I need instructions on how to put this thing together and I also need some parts as well can any one help out with instructions or where I can print them at ??? Thanks
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I would suggest that the humidity and high temperatures in your loft has weakened the glue that holds the laminate onto the base. Temperatures in lofts/attics can be very high during the summer months.
This may be your stabilizer. What kind are you using? A good, solid foundation is important. If the fabric is allowed to stretch or move your embroidery will always be poor. Sweatshirts require considerable stabilization because they are very stretchy. If the sweatshirt is a high loft fleece you may also want a stabilizer on the top of your fabric. Try stitching the same letters on a piece of cotton fabric with a heavy tear away or cut away stabilizer. If it looks okay on that, it will look okay on the sweatshirt once it is stabilized.