Each week I’ll have something new to master or an easy challenge to make.
(There will still be usual posts and lessons mixed in too.) The majority of the conversation and tasks calls for applying sewing machines. There is a several hand sewing articles, but I will be concentrating mostly 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 start out the series referring to something really basic:
Observing your sewing machine.
Every sewing device differs, but the same.
Think of it such as a car. You will get a used one, an classic one, your basic design, the the surface of the line luxurious product or anything among – ideal for the family. They all enable you to get from A to B (I suggest sew), but they also have various features, top rates, and feel different as you sew with them. And yes, as being a vehicle, specific devices are designed a lot better than others.
That you do not require a nice equipment to start. Something easy can work. Understand things you need and you can always upgrade later.
The 2 (working) sewing machines I have in my own house are extremely basic. A Singer Self-confidence 7470 and a Janome Hello Pet device (which belongs to my six year old). Both get the job done, but have very different feels. I do most of my sewing on the Performer — also the quilting.
My singer is not really a the the surface of the range equipment, but it is actually nice. It works great and has all the functions I need.