…it was time to attack the huge job of cleaning my studio. I tend to not worry about what it looks like while I’m working, knowing that I will clean it up after each finish.
It has been a long time since I have had a machine that needs oil so I am having to get used to remembering to do it. One of the reviews that I read said that it was a thirsty machine, and I think that’s a good description of it. While I was oiling the bobbin case area I noticed a thread that had gotten tangled in there, so I spent about 30 minutes trying to remove that thread. It was finally accomplish with the use of a pair of needle nose pliers from the garage.
For the last 5 months I have been carefully threading the thread THRU the hole without realizing that there was this guide that meant the thread can be slid into the hole rather than threading…..OY VEY!!!! This makes threading SO much faster!!!