BestGuideable: Uh atleast understood some of the concepts of sewing machine. Thanks for the video you have helped many noobs.
LocalProfitGeyser: Very good video about sewing machines and selecting the right sewing machine for you. Thanks for posting.
DOSBoxMom: I mend (popped seams, droopy hems, & reattaching buttons) & make some simple doll clothes (but would like to do more). I've been doing all this via hand-sewing. I don't want to buy more machine than I need, but don't want to buy junk, either. Maybe I should pay a visit to my local sewing machine dealer! (The nearest I know of to me is a Brother authorized dealer in Morris, IL.)
luvmylobo: great information and presented in a pleasant manner. thanks for the tips and nowi understand so much more about serging. cant wait to get started. Thanks,
Dave Chapelle: I have a singer simple, I recently got it, and I went to make sure it was clean from lint, but the only thing I can take off if the bottom pannel. how would I take the rest of the machine apart? I have already taken the bobbin case out and cleaned all in there, and the light case out, cleaned all in there, but there is lint inside the machine and I can not get to it without opening the machine. help please.
Premi Louis: awesome
Mane2231: Does anyone know of any good games involving sewing and fashion? I know there's the Fashion Fantasy Game and Fashion Craze, but are there any others? Specifically, I'm looking for something with a sewing center like on the Fashion Fantasy Game.
Garrett Mcfadden: o,m.G i need help lol iam learning
packermack: i have a toyota machine and needed to replace the arm that lifts the pressure foot ,but now i cant seem to get the correct pressure on my material what have i done wrong can any one help thanks
GreenAllSelections .: good video for learning sewing machine
Stitch Shifter: I just figured get one of every machine and you will have the right machine for the job. I have a bout 30 or so. That needle threader looks great. I need to get one. These new plastic machines are OK but I like my cast iron bullet proof ones.
valantina2: great demo, wish she sold Brother machines and would demo the embroidery function.
Pam Tallone: Thank you. Enjoyed it, and going to put your video on my website
eland1967: I had a similar fault; it may be that the condensor in the machine is about to break. Replace it with a similar condensor, should be available with Radio Shack or similar parts service--I paid 60cts.
cora kiceniuk: Ah I was watching and interested till you got to the Elna. I had a different brand but the same bobbin loading mechanism. I craft sew and that bobbin cosigning popped out and wrecked the machine. Good thing it was on warranty. I am looking for a new machine as I have a 38 year old Dial n Sew. It's a beast that has never quit. I am not sure what I am looking for.
SoapAcademy: Hey! Santa Rosa! : )
AKIYIAKELLY: thx...im a newbie..lol
LadyonKeys: I just got a White model 1418, and I've forgotten how to thread this machine. It's been awhile, Help me please!
aka4512: these machines can do almost anything. machines i would recommend the elna she has shown or the babylock crafter choice. they are a bit expensive but it's spending that much for a quality machine or get a nice brother sewing machine. (hope it's not too late)
Janice Axt: All of hers are excellent descriptions and good detail. Wish there were more, because she is a great on-going resource. Perhaps, going on with even more specific uses if the various sewing machines and up-dating as new Baby Lock/Elna machines come out. JanHelene
sawsan ghadban: I have a sewing Machine (brother) but my son took the babbin door now the Machine is not working !! the silly thing is I have to replace a 400$ sewing Machine just becuase I lost 1$ peace of plastik
Kir Pope: Thank you! That was helpful : )
bellesansbete: Probably you are threading it wrong. A manual for your machine can probably be found online, hopefully for free. Or contact the manufacturer of the machine. Then thread the machine according to the diagram. Good luck!
rockinbillyboy: Can you help me?...or anyone for that matter!
I have aquired an old Husqvarna Viking 3240 (old, but good)
The problem i have is, when i plug the machine in, after about 10 seconds it starts to run on it's own!! slowly at first, and then to full speed!!
I have checked the foot switch and it seems to be ok.
MrLittleCub: This was really a great video. Too bad I live in Finland so I can't go and talk to this lovely lady. She seems so nice!
Linda P: Thanks for the video.
10bratzfan: do u no if theirs a sewing machine that can MAKE dolls clothes so it can actually fit into a bratz dolls head? i no weird but i need 1 bad. oh and yah 4 costumes and etc u no reguler clothes 4 dolls and stuff and easy 2 use. i no itll b expensive i just need a recommendation lol
WibbleWobbles: Excellent info, thanks!
mamigen: Hi just wanna ask question from you though the machine I use is not same as you are using. In my case, I just borrowed this machine from my mother-in-law last night, my problem is that the machine doesn't hold the thread everytime I pull up the thread on the bobbin well. Aside from that when I ever pull the thread inside up and start sewing it didn't work.
mamigen: The stitches is not working and the thread inside the niddle will just cut off. do you have any idea what's the best thing to do to start sewing? thnx. I enjoy your video alot.
PamLomb: Very neat and organized. Informative. Good photography.
clearskyblue: well demonstrated and not at all patrionising well done and thanks.
WebTVfan: We have a machine amd no clue on how to use it. This video made me feel less intimidated by the sewing machine. She explains everything with such ease now I want to find more of her youtube sewing classes.
Celticswynd: Yeah, i thought people stopped making the drop bobbin. I loved my old Singer Redeye just because of the drop bobbin. I hate messing with the case bobbins. (still got the Redeye and it still runs but I think I need to oil it sometime since it sat idle for a while)
Maureen Hutchinson: neat. i have a 10 yr old machine. and i never knew about the needle threaders, or the auto bobbin stuff or the needle down (still can't figure out how that works!)