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Lillian V Morier
  • 77, Female
  • Marietta, GA
  • United States
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My sewing interests are:
home decor, quilting
My sewing machine(s):
industrial straight & zig zag/ industrial blindtitch hemmer/serger
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Is it ever the right time

Posted on August 18, 2012 at 8:33am 1 Comment

I have never posted and am not sure I navigated this correctly.

But here goes.

I also ran my business out of my home while taking care of my mother who had dementia etc.

I enjoyed spending the time with her although it was sometimes a challenge. At the end she was in a hospital bed in my living room. I lined my sewing machine up so she could see me and she was irritated as long as she knew where I was.

I took care of her from 1991 to1998 and was able to keep…

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At 5:38pm on August 26, 2009, Laurie said…
Not hard to do, blogging. Just go to whatever group you're interested in and you can make comments in the box, then hit the "add comment" button. Or go to the "stitch n b****" home page to read all the latest comments and add your own there! Keep at it and if your serger gives you anymore trouble, it's worth a trip to the "doctors" for a check-up. I try to take my machines in once a year for a simple tune-up and lube just to keep them running in tip top shape!
At 1:34pm on August 24, 2009, Laurie said…
I have a Singer serger; owned it for over 15 years. It's a 4 thread double needle machine but I only use 3 threads as I don't need such a wide seam. Anyway, last year one of my tension guides was having a problem so I swapped the needle thread over to the other (unused) tension guide. Then that one messed up too. Finally found a shop that serviced sergers and yes, he had to replace worn out springs on the tension knobs. Don't know why it was just the needle tension knobs but the others are still working fine.
 
 
 

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