Problems with the feed dogs or setting stich length to 0 will prevent the fabric from moving as you sew. Check your settings and adjust the stitch length if it’s set too low or at 0. … If the feed dogs don’t move when stitch length is set above 0, check for loose feed dog screws or broken parts.
Why is my Singer sewing machine not feeding the fabric?
If Fabric Is Not Feeding Properly
Lower the presser foot and resume sewing. Another reason the machine may not be feeding fabric is that the feed dogs (or feed teeth) are disengaged, so make sure that they are properly engaged for sewing. … The machine may also not feed fabric if the stitch length control is set to “0”.
What are the common sewing machine troubles causes and remedies?
Causes and Remedies
- Needle thread breakage.
- Bobbin or looper thread breakage.
- Thread fusing when the machine stops.
- Skipped stitches.
- Imbalanced / variable stitching.
- Staggered stitching.
- Variable stitch density.
- Seam pucker.
Why does my fabric keep getting stuck in the feed dogs?
Your Needle Is Damaged, Bent, or Dull
Over time, your sewing machine needle can get damaged or bent, especially if you are sewing through thick fabric. If your needle gets too bent, it can hit your feed dogs, throat plate, or bobbin case, and break. It can also push your fabric under your needle plate.
How do I raise the feed dogs on my Singer sewing machine?
Raise the presser foot and then slide the drop feed lever to the raise position. You then need to turn the handwheel toward you (counterclockwise) to raise the feed dogs.