At least it will be easy to remove.
oh i feel your pain!
That's hilarious...how could it do all that and not break the thread or something ? I think it's morphed into a knitting machine.
Comment above - yes, I thought it WAS knitting! Arghhhhh!
I hate that when the thread is all crazy tension like that- I guess the silver lining is that it was easy to take out because it is so loose. Hope you have solved the tension without too much difficulty.Regards,Anna
OH my... what a pain... 8-(
I'm still making friends with my long arm machine (affectionately known as Harley). I've had this exact thing happen too many times and I just can't tell until I take a look underneath, which is difficult sometimes - I actually use a flashlight! What I've started doing is a test off to the side every time I make a change - that seems to be helping. Also just becoming more familiar with the machine is a help, too. All that to say - as have others - I feel your pain. And it is a pain to have to pull it all out. Blah!
My machine makes chenille on a fairly regular basis! I find if I rethread it, it behaves perfectly - until the next time!
And I thought you had attached a piece of lace ;-)
Not what you were going for, I'm certain. But you have to say, it sure created a lot of textural interest didn't it! ;-)
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