Each week I’ll have anything new to understand or a straightforward task to make.
(There will still be regular threads and guides blended in too.) Most of the conversation and jobs calls for applying sewing machines. There would have been a several hand sewing threads, but I’m going to be concentrating largely on sewing with a machine. You’ll know it’s part of the Sewing 101 Series since you’ll see that great logo. (above)
Today I’ll start off the series referring to something very fundamental:
Learning your sewing machine.
Every sewing machine differs, but the same.
Consider it such as a car. You can get an applied one, an traditional one, your simple design, the top of the range luxurious product or anything between – great for the family. They all allow you to get from A to T (I mean sew), but there is also various characteristics, prime speeds, and feel various as you sew with them. And yes, as being a vehicle, certain models are built better than others.
You do not require a expensive device to start. Something easy can work. Learn what you need and you are able to always upgrade later.
Both (working) sewing models I’ve in my own house are extremely basic. A Singer Self-confidence 7470 and a Janome Hello Kitten device (which goes to my six year old). Equally get the work performed, but have very different feels. I actually do all my sewing on the Singer — actually the quilting.
My performer is not just a the the surface of the line unit, but it’s really nice. It performs good and has all of the features I need.