Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Tip Tuesday! The Sewing Machine Doctor

"Tip Tuesday!" - Sewing Machine Safety Tips

I love learning new things and then sharing that knowledge with my quilting friends. So, every Tuesday I'll provide some tips, hints, tricks, tutorials, shortcuts, etc. that I've learned over the years and share them here on the blog. 

"Tip Tuesday" will be a collection of information about a wide variety of subjects garnered from a large variety of sources.  I am not an expert by any means and do not take credit for being the great wizard behind all of these hints and tips. I will gladly give due credit whenever possible.

These tips will be archived and accessible to you just by clicking on the "Tip Tuesday" tab above. 

Read, enjoy, and be inspired!
We all know about safety tips for our rotary cutters and other supplies, but what do you know about  sewing machine safety? 

Stephen Potts, The Sewing Machine Doctor has lots of information for you that includes not only safety tips, but also general information about all kinds of machines including overlock machines (sergers), simple maintenance you can do at home, things to check if the machine isn't working correctly and some basic Do's and Don'ts
and FAQs. 

Sewing Machine Safety Tips from The Sewing Machine Doctor, Australia

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The Sewing Machine Doctor, Nambour, suggests you invest in a surge protector for your sewing machine
    The Sewing Machine Doctor recommends wearing comfortable shoes when sewing

                                Happy Sewing!

                         Be Safe and Have Fun!

    1 comment:

    Vroomans' Quilts said...

    Good points - but I love to sew barefoot and so does my SIL.