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DIY Sewing Machine Repair !

I found out about the Autonopedia site from a fellow member of  the Creative Machine (a Yahoo Group).  The site is jam-packed with information about cleaning, oiling, and repairing our sewing machines.  It sure seems to be a fantastic source of useful information...so I am passing it along, just FYI :)


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Blogger renee said...

Thank you so much. This is timely. I've been having intermittent tension challenges with both my machines.

10:32 AM  
Blogger Claire (aka Seemane) said...

Bookmarked! Thanks for sharing Pam
I love a bit of repair myself :) (LOL! Sewing Machine Surgery, My Novum & I Are Back on Speaking Terms...)

11:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks, Pam. That is good to know.

Theresa in Tucson

4:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pam, just read through the site and it is heavily mechanical Singer-based and old fashioned Singer at that; think 15-91, 201, 221 etc. That said, if you have one of those machines or a clone, the pamphlet is well illustrated and the info accurate. For the plastic and nylon machines with computers, not so good, especially the part about cleaning with kerosene, Yipe!
Theresa in Tucson

4:24 PM  
Blogger Jane M said...

Thanks, Pam. I've vowed to get my vintage Singer Rocketeer and Necchi Supernova in great running shape this year and this will help a lot.

5:21 PM  
Anonymous Margaret said...

Thank you. This is valuable information and I appreciate you sharing it with me.

7:40 PM  
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2:03 PM  

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