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I know a lot about sewing machine operation, but little about how to get the most out of my serger. If I could just learn to master tension, that would be a milestone for me.
What other reason can I add to posts on why to have the book. I'll just say that I'm covetous, I want it.
I like to re-style fashion that's a bit out of date. I'm sure I'll find inspiration. I want to make some clever tennis dresses.
What machine foot is that in the photo? It doesn't look like the buttonhole foot I use for a computerized buttonhole.
I have the first DVD archive up to 2009. Even though I have all the Threads magazines, which I will never part with, the greater value of the DVD is search capability by subject. I teach and sometimes I need a crash course on a particular topic. I can research a topic by either reading at the computer or by getting issue number(s)and pulling magazines. For me, it has been a valuable resource.
I would love to use the book to work with my 12-year-old student who is bright, bright, Bright. What a challenge keeping up with her. To keep her interested, I teach her sewing as if we were learning industrial engineering.
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