Secrets Of Sewing Machine Repair
Fold over the last Vz in. of the fabric to eliminate raw edges (to keep the weave from unraveling). Mold the fold in place by flattening it down with a piece of wood. Pushing down hard, run the edge of the board (round the edge so it won't cut the fabric) back and forth along the seam, creating a sharp crease. Sew the hem down with a zigzag stitch using a heavy-duty sewing machine or by hand. If you wish, you can sew a leather edging over these seams to add beauty and to extend the life of the bag. If you don't have access to a heavy-duty sewing machine and you don't want to strain your home machine, consider having the cut pieces sewn at a local tent and awning shop (or a sail-maker's loft, if you are lucky enough to live in the kind of town that has such a place). If you are stitching the canvas by hand, use a 13 or 14 needle and waxed thread. You will need a hefty thimble or a sail-maker's sewing palm to help you push the needle through the canvas, especially when sewing through...
My favorite router, though, sits on a shelf in my office. I don't know when it was made, but it looks like it was number one off the assembly line. It has a sewing machine-like motor, two threaded rods for height adjustment, and a set-screw collet. And it's worn seriously worn. I'm sure its original owner used it and loved it just as much as we love ours.
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