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  • Sabrina de la Bere
    if your thread is knotting - you probably have a thread with a nap - reverse the direction of your thread (put the other end in your needle). Most of the time
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 31, 2003
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      if your thread is knotting - you probably have a thread with a nap -
      reverse the direction of your thread (put the other end in your
      needle). Most of the time this greatly lessens knotting.

      The other thing that causes knotting is twist buildup. Let your
      needle untwist periodically by dropping your needle or every few
      stitches untwist your needle a quarter turn.

      Hope this helps

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