It’s been some time since my last back to basics post, and I feel terribly guilty! I feel a little like going to church and asking for forgiveness in the confessional booth….
I was rather poorly in January with a series of viruses, frankly I was plain wiped out! I had 3 weeks away from my theatre work, which i planed to fill with lots of lovely blog postings, course development, and having a life, but sadly being sick took all that away.
My theatre work re-started at the end of jan, and i’ve been up to my neck in 1950’s glam ever since. We open “Million dollar quartet” on monday 28th feb- today! From now on my work should level out to an even pace, and I can resume my resolution to blog more.
Last week a roman blind student got in touch after having some problems with the brand new machine she’d just bought. I’ve also had a few sewing surgery students drop by with similar problems. It’s unlikely that a new machine is faulty, problems usually occur for a few simple reasons. So here is my trouble shooting advice for problematic sewing.