[Sewing] serginator!

Rachel Lyra Hospodar rachel at fernworks.net
Mon May 31 17:39:11 UTC 2010

He was using denim scraps from the trash and spent a minute talking to 
me about the seams in the denim and how to feed them through (sometimes 
the seams are too much for it, go VERY slowly and maybe pull from behind 
a tiny bit).  I told him about the eyelet and he laughed.  The timing 
gets knocked off whenever the machine goes through something crazy like 
that.  if it wasn't that eyelet, it was lots of aggressive sewing of 
bulky seams or something.  Basically the timing was totally screwed up. 
  That just means that all the little moving bits aren't meeting each 
other at the right points in the cycle - so they can't engage and create 
the stitch.  Some of this may have been caused by attempts to fix it - 
it is really tempting to fiddle with knobs and stuff when the machine's 
not working right.

Rachel McConnell wrote:
> Awesome, thanks so much!  I'll totally give you some $$ for it.  Did the
> fixer say what might have caused it, so we can try to avoid doing it again?
> Rachel M
> Rachel Lyra Hospodar wrote:
>> the serger is fixed.  the VERY LAST two needles we have (not cross 
>> compatible with the single-needle) are in it.  I have the container here 
>> if anyone wants to pick up more they are type 80/12, the whole package reads
>> DCx27 / RIM27 / B-27 / SY6120
>> they sell these at apparel city (doh) so i will try to remember to pick 
>> some up, but if someone else does remember feel free!  Crutcher already 
>> gave me 25 for the repair, let me know if you want to give me more.  It 
>> cost $55.  just don't break it before i get back in here next week ;)
>> xoxx
>> R.
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