Dressmaker Sewing Machine?

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You can refer to the manual if you have it in order to learn how to operate a Dressmaker Sewing Machine. Alternatively, you can go to an elderly home and take the machine along with you. You will most definitely find someone there who has operated such machine before because it was popular in the 1950s and 1960s.
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1. Open the arm cover of your machine, which is located just above the needle mechanism. Grab the front of the arm and pull. The cover should snap open. Inside is a long metal rod
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model 6700.
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I'm in interior design and started with a Brother, too. I didn't get the basic model, but their mid-line machine. I've since upgraded, but have to say the Brother wasn't near as complicated
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Things You'll Need: Fabrics Scrap Fabrics Sewing Machine Needles Spool Of Threads Pair Scissors Step 1: Read the owner's manual that came with your machine and familiarize yourself
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