Last week I posted that I would have to take my sewing machine back to my sewing machine dealer because it was jamming. Well it hit me that maybe I should give them a call to see if my machine was still under warranty since it was just a year old.
I spoke to the store proprietor and he told me to sit in front of my machine and follow his instructions. Of course, I was at work when I called but I wrote down what he said and went home to try it. He was confident that this would make the machine work and said that if I wanted to bring it in to be looked at that he would do that. He also said that he wouldn't charge me unless a part was involved then I would need to pay for the part.
I moved the 8900 back into place. Followed the instructions and of course the machine worked. Basically I was doing something wrong and he told me how to correct it. My sewing machine is working fine...it was just HUMAN ERROR.
The moral of this tale ~ is that a good sewing machine dealer is worth their weight in gold!!!
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I know I mentioned earlier this month that my daughter (my personal photographer) was nearing the end of a very difficult pregnancy. Well her third child was born yesterday morning at 8:58am, after a labor and delivery that was very hard.
This is Samantha Meghan who weighed 7lbs, 9 oz. and is 19" long. They are calling her Sammi...
...and of course here I am the proud Nana holding my second granddaughter! She looks exactly like her mother did when she was born.
My daughter says that this is the last child for them and I believe her. This one was so hard to bring into the world and they are now outnumbered three children to two parents.
...as always more later!