Common causes of thread breaks:
- The needle can be worn out if you’ve been using it for a long period of time or on thick materials.
- Your machine may be threaded incorrectly. Check the thread passage to make sure all the threads are correctly positioned.
- Threads might be damaged or old.
- Prolonged exposure to air, light and heat can make your thread brittle. To prevent breaks, store thread in a dark, cool place.
- Hooping may not be tight enough.
- The tension might be too loose or too tight.
- The thread quality may be poor.
- The design quality may be poor.