How do you sew sheer goods on a sewing machine?

Sheer material can be very hard to sew on a sewing machine. Loosen the tension on the machine (you will need to play around with it a bit to find what works best), use a fine ('skinny') needle (size 11-12), use lots of pins to keep the fabric from shifting, and be sure to hold the fabric very taught around the needle to keep it from shrinking up and getting caught in the needle case or bobbin. If it is still difficult, try pinning newspaper in with the fabric, then rip the paper out after you are done sewing. the paper helps keep the fabric in place.
Sheer material can be very hard to sew on a sewing machine. Loosen the tension on the machine (you will need to play around with it a bit to find what works best), use a fine ('skinny') needle (size 11-12), use lots of pins to keep the fabric from shifting, and be sure to hold the fabric very taught around the needle to keep it from shrinking up and getting caught in the needle case or bobbin. If it is still difficult, try pinning newspaper in with the fabric, then rip the paper out after you are done sewing. the paper helps keep the fabric in place.