Sewing Machines Industrial VS Domestic

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Are you planning on buying a sewing machine but don't know what route to take? It all depends on how much you think you're going to use it.

There are two different kinds of sewing machines, domestic and industrial.

Industrial machines are made for extended use. They stitch thousands of stitches per minute. They don't have many options when it comes to different stitches, but its made for one specific step in creating garments, or projects...Usually a straight stitch. These sewing machines are usually set inside a table, with the motors down under it. You can find these in Bridal Shops, and Alteration Shops.
Domestic machines are cheaper, and have many more options when it comes to projects, but aren't intended for extended use. You may be able to complete an entire project with this kind of sewing machine. These sewing machines don't stitch as fast as domestic sewing machines, but beginners may appreciate that.

What I Made

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Selfie Saturday

Saturday, January 14, 2012

So I didn't really take any selfies this week, but here is a throw back (totally not Thursday) of Sprout and I

Selfie Saturday

Friday, January 6, 2012

My cousin Andrew took this picture. This is me on duty for Photography Night for Gibbs College/Sanford Brown at Club Boca.

What I Made

Tuesday, January 3, 2012