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Singer Quantum... | Answered 2 hours ago

I would like to suggest for men or women to buy the suiting fabrics and made the suit that will be always fit better and will be a great match. This idea got from the Worsted Wool Fabrics guide and here they have top suiting fabrics. Some of them are:
Classic wool: it is most common fabric for suits and we can wear in winter and for interviews as well.
Flannel: It is a bit heavier and nappier fabric than wool.
Tweed: It is the oldest fabric and it is woolen fabric with a flexible and open texture.
Plaid: We can easily make a fashion statement with a plaid suit.
And these are the popular suiting fabrics.


Sewing Machines | Answered 7 hours ago

The best site to get the variety of options for curtain fabrics is Furnishing Fabrics. This is the site where you can get many options in curtain fabrics. Here you get a wide variety of both discount upholstery fabric and furnishing fabrics. You can choose from a range of fabric compositions, colors, patterns and weights.

Sewing Machines | Answered 7 hours ago

Re: Bobbin Winder Won't Turn:
This should not be too difficult to fix if you open the top of the machineto see what is/is not going on inside. Most likely the rubber O-ring, or rubber "Tire", as some call it, is either out of adjustment, dried or worn too much to work. If adjustment is not the problem, than replace it with a new O-Ring of the proper size. With this done, it still will need adjustment. Hope this Helps.
Sincerely, --Amender (2018 FEB 19).

Kenmore Sewing... | Answered 7 hours ago

Generally, follow the linkage back to the trouble spot. This can be done by jiggling the Reverse control, and following the mechanical chain-reactions till you get to a place where it fails. It could be a faulty belt or gear connection, or an arm that is not in the proper alignment (see similar posts (especially mine) regarding fixing sewing machines that only sew in Reverse; it is very-much related, and may help fix it. This does not sound like much to go on, but that is about what most repair technicians will have to start with, and they can usually figure it out after a while of poking and probing. Hope this helps. Sincerely, --Amender (2018 FEB 19).

Janome Sewing... | Answered 7 hours ago

If your upper Thread Tension Dial/Assembly is out of whack, broken or missing, then you need to Re-Adjust/Re-Calibrate, Repair or Replace it with a used or new part upper "Thread Tension Assembly". New Exact Replacement Parts are usually not available on vintage machines, so you will need to (a) Buy a used part (Exact or Similar enough to be compatible and work), or
Used parts can usually be found on-line, from used parts dealers or people selling stuff on places like eBay, etsy or Craig's List.
(b) a new generic part that may need to be mounted, but may loose the ability to automatically release thread tension when the presser-foot is lifted. New generic parts are not likely for this part, so unless you can figure out how to rebuild and fix the one you have, your last option may be to bolt-on an independent industrial, "Thread Tension Assembly", that can be bought on-line from Cleaner's Supply catalog < > for the price of a cheap dinner. Hope this helps.
Sincerely, --Amender (2018 FEB 19)

Sewing Machines | Answered 7 hours ago

I found two spool pins for the Babylock Espree EM1 listed here: . The direct link for the extra twin needle spool pin is . (This fits several Babylock models.) The other spool pin is .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Baby Lock Sewing... | Answered 10 hours ago

I would try a brand new needle. Dull, damaged needles will frequently skip stitches. If it continues to be a problem, then you may need to have your machine serviced.

Juki Sewing... | Answered 12 hours ago

Decrease Stitches With The Slip Slip Knit SSK

And if you check on youtube, there are videos to show you process.
Good luck.
Semper Fi,

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