I continue to work off the assumption that no one reads this but it is a great place to keep a log of important information. Boring, but important none the less.
We had a systemic sewing machine meltdown this fall. For a studio with over a dozen machines of various ages, not a single one was working properly. Ralph swooped in and fixed them all. Within a week.
I was considering a used industrial machine, but now have my Singer S back and running like the day it was made. It races around a stocking in as quickly as I can maneuver the fabric. My first love is back!
The needle is inserted with the flat side on the left and is threaded right to left.
I always get the bobbin upside down. Rule #7 Always run a test strip when changing anything on the machine.
She sails right through everything, even six layers of upholstery.