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Old 07-06-2004, 05:29 PM   #5
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My personal and from experience tips:

kEEP your fingers well away from the needle when it is in motion.

Don't thread the needle while the foot is down (ruins the tension)

Make sure the table your sewing machine is on is stable.. nothing like your sewing machine crashing to the floor onto your foot to never make that mistake again.

careful of wearing loose clothing or your hair hanging loose. It's a pain in brain to remove your hair or sleeves from something else you've been sewing with a seam ripper.


remain alert at all times when sewing...too much can go wrong
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