Store Locations
Apple Valley
14869 Granada Ave.
Apple Valley, MN 55124
952-431-6688
Monday - Friday 9am-9pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 12pm - 5pm
Minnetonka
13520 Wayzata Blvd.
Minnetonka, MN 55305
952-593-3866

Monday - Friday 9am-9pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 12pm - 5pm
Spring Lake Park
8195 University Ave.
Spring Lake Park, MN 55432
763-786-1377
Monday - Friday 9am-9pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 12pm - 5pm
Roseville
1669 W. County Rd C
Roseville, MN 55113
651-636-3980
Monday - Friday 9am-9pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 12pm - 5pm
Free Sewing Machine Repair Estimates

At Creative Sewing Centers, we service and repair all sewing and embroidery machine makes and models, offering free estimates for all repair work. Many different things can cause your sewing machine to stop working properly. Sometimes it’s the simplest thing like having your needle in backwards and other times it can be very complicated. Stop by any of our Minneapolis metro area sewing centers for your free sewing repair estimate.

Sewing Machine Repairs Available at all Creative Sewing Centers

Apple Valley
14869 Granada Ave.
Apple Valley, MN
55124
952-431-6688
Minnetonka
13520 Wayzata Blvd.
Minnetonka, MN
55305
952-593-3866
Spring Lake Park
8195 University Ave.
Spring Lake Park, MN
55432
763-786-1377

Roseville
1669 W. County Rd C
Roseville, MN
55113
651-636-3980




 


Common Sewing Machine Malfunctions

Sewing Machine RepairSometimes the problem causing your sewing or embroidery machine to stop working properly is deceptively simple. So before you get too frustrated, we suggest you check a few simple things and see if the issue is something that you can easily fix at home.

Is your upper and/or lower tension set correctly? If your tension is not set properly, this could cause your upper thread, lower thread, or needle to break; cause loops on the top or bottom of your fabric; or make your material pucker.

Here’s a quick tension test:
• Take a piece of scrap fabric, fold it and stitch a line on the bias of the fabric with different colored tread on top and in the bobbin.
• Grab the bias line of stitching with your thumb and index finger, spacing your hands about 3 inches apart.
• Pull with even, quick force until one line of thread breaks. If the broken thread is from the bobbin, your upper tension is too loose. If it’s from the needle, then your upper tension is too tight. If both threads broke together with a bit more force, then your tensions are balanced.

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