Something Funny about Her (darlingfreak) wrote in spokanecrafty,
Something Funny about Her

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I'm a new member.


The first project on my new sewing mahcine and I break it!

I accidently reversed too close or after the edge of the fabric had been met and the needle pushed a peice of fabric through where the needle goes through the foot and into where the bobbin and other parts are.

In trying to rescue my garment, that peice ripped off, and now the peice is well and truly jammed in there. It's behind where the bobbin and it's case rest in. The machine will run, but, logically the needle thread will not catch the bobbin thread because that's where the bit of fabric is caught.

I tried forever but I can't get it out. Is this something I can fix myself or do I need to toke it in to be repaired professionally? If I do, about how much can I expect to pay for that and where in Spokane is cheapest to have it done?


Thanking you all in advance.
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