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Sewing machine repair-do it yourself sewing machine repair-how to repair a sewing machine

Posted by Morena Faceira on Minggu, 15 Desember 2013


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Dear Friends, My name is Tony Asef and I started my own sewing machine business 25 years ago.  At that time, I had little knowledge of repairing sewing machines. I can well remember looking around for someone to teach me all the ins and outs, all the tricks of sewing machine repair. But unfortunately no books were available! After 21 years in this business, I have decided to write down all my hard-earned knowledge and tricks-of-the-trade in this step-by-step book.  I want to teach other people how to do their own sewing machine repairs at home for themselves or as a business. As we all know, sewing-machine repair is one of the fastest growing businesses in the world today.  Newspapers, women’s magazines, dry-goods stores, high schools and colleges are all encouraging millions of American women to do their own sewing, not only to make their own slacks, suits, shirts, sweaters, etc, clothes, but also to make nice clothes for their husbands, sons, or boyfriends. Statistics now show the tremendous growth in the number of women who make their own family wardrobe. The latest figures show that over 89 million American women, because of the high costs of ready-to-wear garments or the undesirable workmanship of store-bought clothes, are now making almost all of the clothing for their families. Now is the time when a sewing machine specialist can write his or her own ticket. Never before has the money-making opportunity been so great in this field, if you know what you're doing.  And this is not to mention, it is also a very prestigious occupation. But that’s not all. Most of these women find true enjoyment and satisfaction making the family wardrobe on their own sewing machine...

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