Secrets Of Sewing Machine Repair

Secrets Of Sewing Machine Repair

This full online course for sewing machine repair gives you all of the tips and tools that you need to learn how to repair sewing machines to make money on the side or for a full business. You can learn to do everything from basic repairs to completely rebuild a sewing machine. Some of the lessons in this online course include repair of antique sewing machines, how to set up a business repairing sewing machines, how to sell refurbished machines, how to repair the very difficult-to-manage Serber sewing machines, and how to perform maintenance to keep your machine running at top capacity. This guide gives you everything that you need to know to make money repairing and selling old sewing machines. This business can be as big or small as you want it to be You can choose to make a little bit of money, or a lot! It all depends on what you want. Read more...

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Author: David Trumble
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Highly Recommended

I started using this ebook straight away after buying it. This is a guide like no other; it is friendly, direct and full of proven practical tips to develop your skills.

As a whole, this e-book contains everything you need to know about this subject. I would recommend it as a guide for beginners as well as experts and everyone in between.

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But when it comes to the final suit, leather is only part of the deal. So, you've got your high quality hide and you've designed and cut it into shape. But how do you join it up Get the big sewing machine out and start stitching Think there's nothing to it Think again. From the choice of thread to the number of stitches per inch you run, all have an impact on the suit's strength in a crash. The key is to use the correct stitching in the correct areas without adding unnecessary weight, labour construction costs and also compromising the functionality. If you can get away without a seam all the better, but that may be dependent on where the seam is on the suit. It may be critical to the fitting and construction of the suit, so often you have a seam, where in an ideal world you would not have one.


Macfarlane, The tension of the thread that's sewn into the garment is critical. This is set by the sewing machine in the factory, but too much and it wilt tear the seam - especially when strain is put on it. Which means that it 's more likely to rip the thread apart. If the thread tension is set too loose, again it won't hold the seams together. This problem is massively amplified when you have a non-stretch material Hike leatherI sewn to a stretch material (like Keprotec or similar .

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