Every week I’ll have anything new to understand or an easy challenge to make.
(There it’s still regular posts and lessons blended in too.) All the discussion and projects will involve applying sewing machines. There is a few give sewing articles, but I’ll be focusing largely on sewing with a machine. You’ll know it’s part of the Sewing 101 Series since you’ll see this cool logo. (above)
Today I’ll begin the line speaking about something very fundamental:
Observing your sewing machine.
Every sewing unit is different, but the same.
Think of it just like a car. You can get an applied one, an old-fashioned one, your basic model, the the top of line luxury design or something between – great for the family. Each of them allow you to get from A to W (I mean sew), but they likewise have different characteristics, top speeds, and feel various as you sew with them. And sure, being a vehicle, particular machines are made much better than others.
That you don’t desire a expensive device to start. Anything easy can work. Understand things you need and you are able to generally update later.
The two (working) sewing models I’ve within my house are very basic. A Singer Self-confidence 7470 and a Janome Hello Cat machine (which goes to my six year old). Both get the task performed, but have completely different feels. I really do all my sewing on the Artist — actually the quilting.
My singer is not just a the the top of point machine, but it is really nice. It performs great and has all of the characteristics I need.