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When a “bird’s nest” of thread appears … the likely culprit is your upper thread tension. If loops appear on the underside of the fabric, the upper thread tension may be too loose. If knots appear on top of the fabric, the upper tension may be too tight.
This would be the extent of my quilting expertise . sew some batting inbetween two pieces of fabric and run some wonky stitches and zig zag stitches ::::::::::: DIY The Hour" quilt. Just take two (or one) solid color fabrics and sew zig-zag lines.