Don't worry. It's nothing big. Just a tangle in the threads on the underside of my fabric (and me getting upset about it). It's always a problem for me when I start sewing too close to the edge and I don't hold the needle and bobbin threads taut. But it made me realize that I have been sewing so long now that I can recognize the sounds my sewing machine makes and what they mean. Here's another one:
Whichicka chicka whichicka chicka whichicka chicka
That's when I forget to oil my machine and the metal parts are rubbing and knocking together. And then this one:
Bzzzzzuuuh bzzzzzuuh bzzzzzzuuuuuh whirrrrr
That one means I have a foot pedal that is not sensitive enough and makes sounds like a car engine turning over without starting. And there you have it. The sounds of sewing. There are more, I'm sure, but these are the ones that are most common for me. Have you learned about the different sounds your machine makes when you sew? What do they sound like?
Oh, and that's a sneak peak of my BlueBird Park quilt (which I found a tutorial for here). I found a couple more fabric patterns that I think will fit with my color palette. I still need a few more, though. And the blue tape there? That is the only reason my stitching lines are so straight. I totally recommend trying it.
Any projects you've made progress on lately? I'd love to see.