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Handiest Product You Could Have In Your Sewing Room

We have done product reviews on a wide variety of items, from button hole elastic to the Twelve In One Magic Ruler and a ton of other items that make the sewers and crafters work a little easier.

We’ve been getting quite a few requests to do an informational post on the Sewing Machine Repair For The Home Sewer book.  Molly from Louisville, KY wrote in saying she’d really like to see a post about this book because since she bought it (nearly a year ago) she’s not taken a single one of her 14 machines to a repair shop!  WAY TO GO MOLLY!!!

So, here we go —— ta dah!! Drum Roll Please…….

Sewing Machine Repair for the Home Sewer - Do it yourself sewing machine repair

The Sewing Machine Repair for the Home Sewer covers nearly 90% of all problems sewers have with their machines — from timing issues to needles breaking, thread jamming and bobbin problems.  It even tells how to take apart and put back together (with drawings) a tension so it can be fixed.

The Sewing Machine Repair for the Home Sewer is written in generic style so that it covers nearly every machine on the market.  Keep in mind, however, that if your computerized machine has gone haywire, it would have to be taken to the dealer, as the dealer is the only one who can get the specialized tools to get into the computer chip / computer board area.   You can still do other maintenance to your machine following the directions and instructions in this book — just not deal with the computer chips.

If you’d like to read more about this book, or the Serger Repair book, or Treadle Repair book, head on over to SewMachineRepair.com and check out the books.  We think you’ll be glad you did.

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