Machine Maintenance 101 - April 17th - Evening

Fabric Crush

You will learn the sequence of how to disassemble your sewing machines, inspect parts for damage, clean and lubricate, reassemble it, test the bobbin winder, test and adjust thread tension and do a test stitching. You will also learn how to diagnose whether the machine is off timing or not.

Supplies:

- Working Machine (cord, foot pedal and instruction manual)
- Screwdrivers
- Lint brush
- Compressed air
- Oil

Instructor - Susan

Skill level — Machine Maintenance

When — April 17th , 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Where - 3290 Shea Rd Richmond, Ontario

Supplies (students save 10% on fabric purchase)

About Instructor: Since taking a course in Montreal in 1980 on how to repair industrial sewing machines, moving into the mid 1980's, I worked for a Husqvarna dealer repairing both domestic & industrial machines. Then in the early 1990's for a Bernina dealer in Orleans and another in Alta Vista. I also worked part-time for Jiva Sewing Centre & Sewing Machine Hospital. In the mid 90's I was offering an in-home sewing machine repair service in Ottawa. In 1998 started a full-time job with Machine a Coudre Gatineau, the biggest repair centre in all of Outaouais where I remained for 15 years. I currently work part-time for Gatineau Couture ( formerly Machine a Coudre Gatineau )  

Instructor will be in contact closer to date.

***We ask that you bring your own machine and make sure it is in working order. Please note if you do not have a machine that is ok but please make note when checking out so we can reserve one for you.***



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