I do have a question about my 15-91...
THe machine was purchased off of Craigslist and came with 2 bobbins - one metal and one plastic. The metal one works perfectly, but the plastic one is a hair too narrow, so it gets stuck in the bobbin winder when the foot presses down. My metal bobbin only has one hole in it and then the notch for the bobbin winder to fit into. The manual states that the machine takes 15 class bobbins, but all of the ones I see for sale
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GREAT WAY TO DESIGN YOUR QUILTING ROOM TO FIT SEWING AND CUTTING TABLES, STORAGE, ETC....
My sewing room is only 12' x 11.6'. Space is a premium and I don't have room for multiple machines, a cutting table, etc. so what I considered and ultimately did... was this:
1. Define your space. Where are you going to sew? A dedicated room/space that you can leave up? Or in a spot within another room of the house (like in the living room, or dining room, etc.). That will tell
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