I didn't come to any solution, but was able to repeat the issue I had seen before, which is at least satisfying. Don't you hate it when your car or appliance has an issue and then totally behaves when the repair guy comes! Anyway, I end up with a skipped stitch if I go over any seem. The only difference between those two rows of stitches is sharp vs universal. And in both cases I was careful to make sure they were installed well and the machine won't let you put a needle in backwards.
Thursday, August 06, 2009
I'm plugging away on my summer picnic quilt. Perhaps I'll finish it before the official first day of school in less than 2 weeks?!
I also did one more experiment. I'm a mechanical engineer, so I make and fix stuff. I had to try one more time to figure out what the deal was with those sharp needles!
Oh well, one of you will enjoy 9 new, and 1 very slightly used machine needles. Be sure to comment in the previous post to be entered in that giveaway.