With all of the sewing we do throughout the year, it is super important to keep our machines clean. That’s why it’s no surprise to see the Cleaning Out Bobbin Lint quick tips & tricks class make the top 10 list.
For those of you just joining the fun now, I’ve teamed up with my friends at Annie’s Creative Studio to bring you 10 days of creative giveaways! Each day, I’ll be highlighting one of my popular online sewing classes and today is all about our machines.
This easy quick tip video class is really something that every sewer should do often. Not only will it help keep your machine in good working order but it will also help it last longer. Let’s take a quick look at what you’ll learn in class.
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Comments & Reviews
Diane Cullum says
So exciting! Thank you for the chance to win! Have a Merry Christmas!
Jacqueline Van Horn says
Scrappy QUilters Bowl would be fun to learn!
Well It has been well over 6 months! Yikes!
Thank you for a chance to win! best wishes for 2021. Stay safe!
Nancy Sumner says
I do clean out the bobbin area and oil it after I finish every bobbin, otherwise I have too much trouble!
Kathy E. says
The Poppy Garden table runner is one I’d love to watch and make!
Leigh S says
I have tried to get the lint our but not sure how to get it all.
Cyndy Lipe says
3 days ago
Laurie Lanes says
It’s a very long time since the bobbin area was cleaned, so long ago I have no idea
Danette Stankovich says
I usually clean my machine when my “bobbin out of thread” idiot guide on my machine stops working. It seems like the build up in the bobbin case prevents this from coming on. Thank you.
I cleaned my machine about 2-3 wks ago. I haven’t sent it in to be professionally cleaned in a while… it probably needs that.
Carolyn R says
Everytime I start to see.
Anne Marie says
I clean my machine regularly – it works better that way!
Donna Yarbrough says
Haven’t had it cleaned for over a year. But, hopefully will get to using it more than I have in that years.
Cindy Dahlgren says
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Kresti A Lyddon says
I clean my machine with the brush every time I change the bobbin, and more thoroughly between projects. Thanks for the info~
Dawn F. says
I clean mine each time I finish a quilt and occasionally between depending how much other piecing and sewing I am doing. So probably a couple months ago.
Julianne Simpson says
Is this where I leave a comment. I have had a hard time with this. This time I do not see a video to watch. I hope this is counting for somehting.
Maria M Call says
Actually yesterday! I try to clean the feed dogs every couple of days. When using my mechanical vintage machines, definitely “hear” the difference when they need oil/lube/cleaning.
Donna W says
On Tuesday – finished piecing a whole bunch of stars and then cleaned it.
Denise V says
A few days ago.
The last time I cleaned my machine was the last time I used it. Unfortunately, it’s been awhile . . .
I got my machine out this past weekend to clean it but had to put it off for a few days. This class would be a great help.
Mine is at the dealer they cleaned it yesterday.
Sue D says
I think it was about a year ago when I cleaned my machine.
I cleaned mine this morning. Usually every day.
I clean mine every day before I start to sew.