Welcome to my channel “Hecho entre encinas ” [made near the oaks], here is a new tutorial The thread tension is well set as it comes automatically and it has to be changed very rarely but we have to do so when the fabrics are lightweight and fine I have changed the thread tension while doing zigzags, I will sew with AUTO thread tension and now , I will decrease it to 1, well, I will cut the thread. can you see the difference, it is a very subtle difference , here the edge is more crumpled and here the edge is more even, so it is good to change thread tension for fine fabrics and also for stretched fabrics you only have to check out the different thread tension on the different fabrics I will select right stitch and I am going to decrease the thread tension to the minimum to see what happens When the thread tension is too low, we can see the upper thread on the bottom, in my case, it is orange and if the thread tension is too increased, the lower thread can be seen at the top but it is also very subtle difference, if the threads are entangled, it is not because of the thread tension it could be that the bobbin thread or the needle thread is not set correctly. Now, I am going to show you how to increase or decrease the thread tension First, you should choose a stitch number, in my case, stitch number 1 and then you look for the tension mark XX, then press the button under the tension mark, to decrease the thread tension, we press the – button, can you see, and we press it several times if we want to continue decreasing and to increase the tension, we press the +button, and we check what is best for our work, by pressing AUTO, thread tension will return to pre-set if we want to change the stitch number, we press under the arrow and we can change stitch width and stitch length, we cannot do it at the same time. well, now you can do it too. See you soon.