Note to self:
- Don't go weeks between sewing sessions. It was like I was starting over from scratch.
- Never, ever, never, ever, never am I going to play with anything that involves touching one of the three dials on my machine.
It took me an incredible amount of time to get everything set again so I could do a great looking straight line.
- It's a witch of a thing when the automatic needle threader almost works. The key word being almost.
I've been trying all the tricks my personal sewing teacher (the Internet) suggested. I finally got out my tiny wired manual needle threader. It sort of works. Actually, it works better than the one on the machine.
I got so frustrated that I starting taking the needle out, threading it, and then putting it back on the machine. I do remember actually threading the needle right on the machine without even a needle threader. Now I can't actually even tell there's a hole in the needle.
There is, at least, another 5 x 5 section of ravioli done.
And just to show you how starved I am for making things, here's what caught my eye today. I immediately started trying to figure out what I could make with it as I was dialing my work insurance company to file a claim for a shattered 2007 Toyota Yaris back window.
I close reminding myself that: