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|Sun, 04-25-2010 - 11:43am|
Since my embroidery machine arrived, I've been mulling over which machine should go where. I have a table with liftup section that fits around my sewing machine, so that stayed the same. The small table at 45 degree angle to it held the serger, and the embroidery machine was temporarily on a big fiberglass table which really shook when it was running. Something had to change.
First item was to buy a wall mount extension cord so I can plug stuff in w/o crawling around on the floor under the table. It's terrific! Decided that the serger is used sporadically, so it could sit on floor under big white table, then be lifted up when needed. The embroidery machine is on the more stable corner table & no longer shakes when running. I did order a plastic extension for the embroidery machine to keep weight of quilts from dragging on the hoops. As that machine doesn't have a foot pedal, I gained storage space underneath for a basket with it's hoops, etc. After chasing the dust bunnies, all is in order. I spent last evening sewing on a ruffle to bet sheets. BTW - I remembered how easy it is to make a ruffle on the serger!