That would be the rippit party that is. :o( I've been working on the LA and wanting to get another quilt top done. Early on in this project the other half who shall forever now be nameless, made the remark that the backtracking really stood out on quilt. Well that would be because of the thread. I'm not perfect at the back tracking part of this quilting mostly because my Tin Lizzie stand has rails instead of tracks. I've described this before as being loose as a goose when trying to quilt. Sooooo after a few rows, being the one with the bright idea of changing threads, did so and adjusted the tension for the thread. I worked a couple of rows and started noticing on the take up roller places where the thread was bunching up. At first it was only in a couple of places and I figured it was me trying to move faster than the machine wanted to go. Not a big problem, I could rip those out and redo that area. Then came the loops. Don't ask me how those happened I have no idea what brought that on. The more I looked the worse it looked.
The quilt is now off the machine and awaiting the seam ripper. That will be a project in itself as I was 3/4 of the way through the quilt.
Time for a new project and a large order of connecting threads threads. (This wasn't happening with the CT thread, only with the superior threads.)