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Every week I’ll have anything new to learn or an easy challenge to make.


(There it’s still usual threads and lessons mixed in too.) All the debate and projects will involve applying sewing machines. There would have been a several hand sewing posts, but I’m going to be focusing mostly on sewing with a machine. You’ll know it’s the main Sewing 101 Collection because you’ll see that cool logo. (above)

Today I’ll start off the series speaing frankly about anything really standard:

Observing your sewing machine.
Every sewing device is significantly diffent, nevertheless the same.

Consider it like a car. You can get a used one, an antique one, your standard design, the top of the range luxurious product or something between – ideal for the family. All of them allow you to get from A to N (I mean sew), but there is also different characteristics, top rates, and sense various as you sew with them. And sure, just like a vehicle, specific devices are designed a lot better than others.

You never need a nice machine to start. Anything simple will work. Understand the thing you need and you are able to generally update later.

The 2 (working) sewing machines I’ve in my home are very basic. A Artist Self-confidence 7470 and a Janome Hi Cat machine (which goes to my six year old). Both get the work performed, but have completely different feels. I actually do every one of my sewing on the Artist — even the quilting.

My performer is not really a the the surface of the range unit, but it’s really nice. It works good and has all of the features I need.