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    Get the man in your life involved in the project by reminding him that the sewing machine is a power tool!

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    no no no! :)


    now, if I could get him convinced that the stove and washer and dryer are power tools!

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    Good thinking. LOL

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    In January when I 1st got my little FW and was learning about her I kept running into sewing issues because I was doing something(s) wrong. After talking to my sewing machine repairman he gave me some tips over the phone which I did. Still no go with my little FW. I sat down and DH said howís it going? I told him I was baffled. So he got up, walked into the sewing room, sat down and ran a piece of fabric through her and she sewed like a champ and has ever since. He didnít do anything else. She needed a manís touch. LOL! He finds her charming and is amazed at how simple she was made and how tiny she is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Happy
    In January when I 1st got my little FW and was learning about her I kept running into sewing issues because I was doing something(s) wrong. After talking to my sewing machine repairman he gave me some tips over the phone which I did. Still no go with my little FW. I sat down and DH said howís it going? I told him I was baffled. So he got up, walked into the sewing room, sat down and ran a piece of fabric through her and she sewed like a champ and has ever since. He didnít do anything else. She needed a manís touch. LOL! He finds her charming and is amazed at how simple she was made and how tiny she is.
    Glad it's running now - but I sure would be ticked at that little FW for behaving for the man!

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