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157. Sewing Machine Conveniences






Always leave a piece of cloth under the
presser foot of the sewing machine. This will save wear on the machine.
Also it will absorb any drop of oil which might gather and spoil the first
piece of fabric stitched, and will keep the needle from becoming blunted.






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