Here are some tips on how to fix skipped stitches on your sewing machine:
Check the needle. Make sure the needle is the correct size and type for the fabric you are sewing. Also, check to see if the needle is bent or damaged. If the needle is bent or damaged, replace it.
Check the thread. Make sure you are using the correct thread for the fabric you are sewing. Also, check to see if the thread is tangled or knotted. If the thread is tangled or knotted, remove the knot and rethread the machine.
Adjust the tension. The tension of the thread can affect the quality of your stitches. If the tension is too loose, the stitches will be loose and may skip. If the tension is too tight, the stitches will be puckered and may break. Adjust the tension until you get a good balance between loose and tight.
Clean the machine. A dirty machine can cause skipped stitches. Clean the machine according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Oil the machine. An oiled machine will sew more smoothly and prevent skipped stitches. Oil the machine according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Take the machine to a technician. If you have tried all of the above and you are still getting skipped stitches, take the machine to a qualified technician. They can diagnose the problem and fix it for you.
Here are some additional tips to help prevent skipped stitches:
Use a sharp needle. A dull needle can cause skipped stitches.
Use high-quality thread. Poor-quality thread can cause skipped stitches.
Don't sew over pins. Sewing over pins can damage your machine and/or your fabric.
Never pull on your fabric as you sew. Pulling on your fabric can cause your stitches to pucker or break. Let the machine do the work of feeding the fabric through.
Use the correct needle for your fabric. The type of needle you use will affect the quality of your stitches. Make sure to use a needle that is the correct size and type for the fabric you are sewing.
Change your needle regularly. Needles can become dull or bent over time, which can cause problems with your stitches. It's a good idea to change your needle every 6 to 8 hours of sewing.
Store your sewing machine in a cool, dry place. Extreme temperatures and humidity can damage your machine. It's best to store your machine in a cool, dry place.
I hope these tips help you fix your skipped stitches!