If you’re a beginner or an experienced quilter, you have probably run into the problem of threads breaking. When sewing machine thread keeps breaking, it can prevent anyone, even the most experienced sewer, from finishing a project they are enthusiastic about.
Why is my thread breaking at the needle when I’m sewing? Your threads breaking at the needle might be caused by several factors such as the thread material. Cotton, rayon, trilobal polyester, and other weaker fiber threads are more prone to breaking or fraying.
When this happens repeatedly, the sewing experience becomes tedious, and you begin to dislike sewing. So, you might be wondering why the thread keeps breaking at the needle. Fortunately, this article discusses some of the potential causes and solutions.