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What My Sewing Machines Say About Me…

19 Oct

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On one of the other blogs I read someone asked, “What does your sewing machine say about you?” I, being myself, giggled when I thought in a literal sense about what my sewing machines would say about me. For those of you who are wondering what kind of machines I have, I have a Brother LX-3125 and a Free Westinghouse Type E.

Follow the jump if you want to find out what I think my sewing machines are saying about me behind my back!

I feel like my Brother would say something to effect of, “Eric is so cheap, he bought me at Walmart. He was a broke college student, so I can’t blame him, but he uses me like I’m some kind of industrial Juki that costs 10 times more. He treats me well… well-ish. I wish I would get oiled more!”

As for my Free Westinghouse, “Eric thinks he is a hipster now because he has a Free Westinghouse Machine. Just because I turn 100 next year, Eric won’t magically become cool. Also, he refuses to buy bobbins because he can;t find them in store. Has he heard of the internet???”

I feel like my sewing machines are just not my biggest fans…

What do you think your sewing machine says about you???

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4 Responses to “What My Sewing Machines Say About Me…”

  1. lynn blake October 19, 2013 at 6:46 pm #

    Eric, no need to oil that brother.llynnblake

  2. Beky October 19, 2013 at 7:05 pm #

    I hope my Janome is saying nice things about me since I just vacuumed her out. Did you know that your machine will grow felt between the feed dogs? My Featherweight is complaining that she doesn’t get out of her box enough.

  3. Barb Dossett October 20, 2013 at 12:28 am #

    My machine would say “when she gets frustrated at something she cannot do She blames me.!

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