Has your sewing machine been acting rude?
Is she causing your thread to break, bunch or nest? Is she being loud and unruly?
Well... It may be time for a quick cleaning.
I had a few minutes this morning, so I decided to give my machine a little cleaning. When my machine starts to run a little wonky, I clean her innards and she's good to go!
I keep a few swabs stashed with my sewing notions so they're always handy when I need them.
Start by turning off your machine. Sounds silly, but you don't want to lose a finger or ruin your nails. ;)
Take your needle out. I do this to make the process easier. I can get into the area without worrying about a poke from the needle. I turn the tiny black knob a couple times and the needle drops down easily. Set it aside, don't lose it!
When getting ready, is your hair the last thing you do? Laziness can set in hard when doing your hair. But, it can still be cute when done quickly. I want to share with you an easy hair scarf pattern and tutorial. Great for beginner sewists or seasoned ones. We could all use a little help in the hair department. ;)
You'll look cute as a button. Want to avoid a bad hair day? Or maybe you want to sew up something quick and easy? This is the project for you.
To Make a Headscarf, You'll Need:
Hi there, I'm Annette and I love eating and sewing. I usually have a cup of coffee or tea with me, but not next to my machine because I'd probably spill it. I am the reason we can't have nice things.
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