Can someone please tell me why the (insert skwairpeg pottymouth here) my sewing machine refuses to sew through any kind of thickness whatsoever??? All I'm trying to do is fold some (and here) fabric and sew it shut, and it's not that thick that my retarded (and, erm, here) machine shouldn't be able to sew through it. I get this big clump of tangled thread on the underside of whatever I try to sew. I'm sooo ready to throw the piece of (poo) out into the street. Except it's not really a piece of shit, it's only a year old and it's a decent machine. But WTF???????? Am I supposed to use a different needle when I want to sew through doubled or tripled up fabric? And forget about denim, I already tried that I nearly chewed my lip off in frustration.
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