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From where we can buy ? awesome design..... really enjoy watching your videos and your recent makes. You are so inspiring. I have sewn all my life and stepped away from it for a while. Now I am back. So many patterns so many fabrics LOL. Cheers. Please keep those videos coming, I enjoy them so. I just started watching yours videos and i love the information you give to us sewers. I think it is so nice that you holiday with your dad. Unlike others i am going to explore sewing mags and take the slippery slope lol. I’m from canada and the only patterns we get locally in my city is new look and mccalls. I find the cost of purchasing pdf’s expensive and added work and time. I will try the copy shop as you suggested in your another video. Thanks again off to search the net for mags! Hi Cheryl Love the stretch cotton flowered fabric do you stock anything similar ? 🤗 ooops subscription just bought for Love Sewing can’t wait to receive it. Just getting over knee replacement so it’s sew sew sew for the next 3 months 😉 Just found your channel. You have a great presence and are a pleasure to watch. I learned and sewed all my young life on an old Osan, "power" machine, as we called it. I think that's the same as an "industrial" machine, as you called it. which my mom bought from the factory she worked in when they went to new Singers. I think she paid two dollars for it. She made bathing suits for "Cole of California," and then, parachute packs, when they worked for the war effort. She taught me to make all my clothes from the time I could sit at the machine. Eventually she bought a used Bernina 117 (L?) and soon after, I bought a used Bernina 117 K. I still have that machine and am just getting ready to use it again after many years of non use. I'm kind of nervous about getting it in shape but want to make it work so here goes... Thanks for posting about your awesome machine and all the great clothes you're making with it. Thank you for sharing. I love your hair. I've found that sewing with tissue paper on or under the fabric makes fabric less slippery and easier to sew. Very much enjoyed your video regarding the magazines and free patterns. I don't think magazines offer such as much in the states or possibly I just haven't seen it. I will definitely be looking. I especially enjoy that you show your garments being worn with all of the tips on sewing them. Your cami is great! Suits you very well. Keep recording, I'm loving this! I was a dressmaker in the sixties and seventies and used a flat bed sewing machine they are really brilliant and will sew any fabric, we used to sew fabrics from velvet to chiffon. Love the fabrics and patterns looking forward to seeing them finished. Love all the sewing magazine! (and the free pattern too!) but unfortunately they are not shipped to my country Gday Cheryl. Glad you had a wonderful holiday. Love your industrial machine, I have a couple. Ah you are like me, I get all the sewing magazines, I know its an expense, but there are so many lovely things to make & sew from them. I think the fabric is great for the skirt you are going to make ( will you show it in your next video please? ) Wow shower caps, not everyday you hear of people making those. Thank you for sharing, happy sewing. XX I just noticed how new your channel is, but it's wonderful! I really love it!! We do use the word crepe, thanks. I love that type of fabric because it hangs so well. I just bought my Juki DDL 8700-7 brand new so I know how heavy those machines are. Mine comes with the motor and table all put together and intertwined, and looks a lot like yours. I wanted something with a solid, great no fail stitch that was faster than most domestic machines. Mine goes up to 5,000 stitches per minute and there's no way I'll ever go that fast! It's like my version of buying a super fast sports car that no one can drive to its maximum speed. Try that roll foot, it works so great. There's a video online to help figure it out. It's pretty much the same with all these industrial machine feet. I have juki industrial machine they are amazing I always enjoy your videos Cheryl. Great makes, useful tips and all done in your lovely relaxed and friendly style 💕 Thanks so much for the info on your sewing machine, I have recently bought an old electric singer but not industrial, mainly for quilting and patchwork, I have shied away from considering an industrial as they seem so fast, can you go slow with them, or slow the speed down at all? Also can you drop the feed dogs? Just wondering if it would be good for dressmaking and free motion quilting? Sorry, lots of questions. I have those first two tunic patterns too and agree they are lovely and I shall be making them up soon. Thanks again for another great post .😊💟 I use singer sewing machine too, but it is under utilised at the moment. I just wanted to say I really enjoy your videos and always learn something from them. Thank you so much for sharing! Great video Cheryl and what an amazing sewing machine you have!!!! I love sewing magazines too and try to resist when I am in the supermarket as they take over where I don't want to get rid of them as they have tips and tricks in them that I think I might need. Looking forward to seeing your pencil skirt it is a really great pattern. Watch the length though as I think I took about 4" off mine as it finished at a really unflattering length. I sewed it up in a night including hand stitching my hem so its really quick xxxxx American sewists have used both the word "crepe" and all types of crepe fabrics forever. What makes you think we're unfamiliar with it? Hi Sheryl,
Thanks for sharing your sewing machine with us - it looks amazing! Love the pink linen and also the stretch cotton - looking forward to seeing them made up. 😊 x