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Sewing How do get my ends to stay together when i come to a ending point and raise the sewing foot to cut the thread? Yes i am a man trying to sew. actually i am in the starting point of my lingerie lines... I sketch just about every thing.and why not put it to use on womens sexy lingerie. Who knows i might make it big some day.......... Hope some one can help with my starting point......making the ends stay together...... Thank you Troy

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  • Troy Sykes May 30, 2008

    Well i guess some how the nickname came up
    as lingerie ......
    That's wrong on that part........
    Any way i am using a old singer sewing machine
    and i don't think it has a reverse.It is actually my grandmothers
    and i re did the wiring so it can be used.....
    sure enough it works....but what it does that i am not
    sure yet......If i could sew like i sketch i would have a whole
    fashion line going .......Thank's for the fast come back on
    my situation.........
    Hey every one can call me Troy
    See ya........


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Troy Try reversing 3 stitches and back over 3 stitches then lift the foot.

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