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Originally posted by Midna Midna wrote:

That's my baby, Miss Singer 7258.
She really does sing~
Awwww-- Bless that you two found each other and you were patient and waited!!

Congrats midna!!

And yeah, I wanted a singer until I saw the price. They are great machines though.
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Thanks for the suggestions. I will scope out Amazon reviews too.
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you're welcome  

hope you find a machine that fits your needs and keeps you encouraged. 
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ugh.   I have so many ideas in my head but sewing machines don't like me.  I always get the thread tangled and all kind of ting.  smh.  be knotted up all in the meat of the machine.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Midna Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Mar 13 2014 at 4:10am
Originally posted by newdiva1 newdiva1 wrote:

ugh.   I have so many ideas in my head but sewing machines don't like me.  I always get the thread tangled and all kind of ting.  smh.  be knotted up all in the meat of the machine.


Hun, I don't think it's you, I think it's either the quality of the machine or the quality of the thread itself.

Are you sure you thread correctly? If you don't thread correctly, I don't think the machine will even allow you the chance to make a stitch so I'm sure you're threading correctly.

BUT crap quality thread or a problem with your machine are definite factors!
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Originally posted by yurika975 yurika975 wrote:

Thanks for the suggestions. I will scope out Amazon reviews too.


Yes! Amazon was a HUGE help in making my decision. In fact, I do virtually all my online shopping off Amazon! THe reviewer base is real and honest and fakes are quickly called out.
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I love sewing clothing I have 3 sewing machines,and 1 serger that is giving me the damn blues right now.
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@ midna. I think I must have threaded the machine incorrectly. My fams own nothing but Singers.

Maybe it was crap thread that I had.

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you ladies should consider picking up threads magazine.  they usually carry at michaels, joannes and hobby lobby.  it's worth the subscription also if you can swing it...
http://www.threadsmagazine.com/

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this is a really good tip (in video format) for finishing off sheer edges...from the latest issue of threads...
 
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