Learn Exactly How To Repair Your Sewing Machine At Home!
My name is Tony Asef and I start my own sewing machine
business 21 years ago with little knowledge of repairing sewing
machine at that time. I remember very good when I was looking for
someone to teach me all trick in sewing machine repair business.
But unfortunately no books were around! After 21 years in this
business I decide to write all my knowledge and trick in this
step-by-step book to teach other people how to do their sewing
machine repair at home for themselves or as a business.
As we know Sewing-machine repair is one of the fastest growing
businesses in the world today. Newspapers, women's magazines,
dry-goods stores, high schools and colleges are going all out to
encourage the millions of American women to do their own sewing,
not only to make their own clothes, but also slacks, suits,
shirts, sweaters, etc. for their husbands, sons, or boyfriends.
Statistics also show that the number of women who now make their
family wardrobe has grown tremendously. Now is the time when a
sewing machine specialist can write his or her own ticket. Never
before have the money-making opportunities been so great in this
field, if you know what you're doing. This is also one very
prestigious occupation. The latest figures show that over 89
million American women, because of high costs of ready-to-wear
garments and undesirable workmanship of store-bought clothes, are
now making almost all of the clothes for their families.
That is not all. Most of these women find true enjoyment and
satisfaction in making the family wardrobe on their own sewing
machine. So it is only natural that the demand for excellent
service on these sewing machines is on the upswing and growing by
leaps and bounds. Think of it! Eighty-nine million or more sewing
machines, not including another 10 million sewing machines in
schools of all sorts, such as grade schools, high schools,
colleges and universities across the land, schools for the deaf,
the handicapped, the children's homes and old folks' homes, just
to name a few. Plus, the sewing machines in hospitals, prisons,
homes of correction, tailor shops, women's shops, and the list
could go on and on.
All of these sewing machines need service at least once a year
and quite possibly four or more times each year. I'm well aware
that some women are forced to return their sewing machine to
repairmen time after time trying to get it fixed properly. Not
all, by any means, but many so-called sewing-machine specialists
simply do not have the knowledge or the know-how to set up,
adjust and retime the modern sewing machine. I've seen sewing
machines come out of a repair shop in worse shape than they were
when they went in, and I am sure that thousands of women could
say "Amen" to that statement. So for the above reasons, I decided
to write a complete guide to sewing-machine repair and teach
people how to repair their own sewing machine at home. On the
very first day, you will find that our simple training method is
amazing. I assume that you have had no previous experience with
the repair of sewing machines. However, if you have had
experience, you will learn how to use your knowledge to the best
advantage. Your training will be practical from the first page on
through to the end of the book. It is based on proven methods of
top sewing-machine technicians.
I will teach you everything you need to know. Admittedly, the
book is predominantly about sewing machines with just four of the
70 pages pertaining to. I have gone to great lengths to include
along with the copy clear, sharp pictures of many different
sewing machines, sewing-machine pails, proper adjustments,
cleaning, and timing, etc., so there is no need to flip pages
back and forth in order to find the picture that goes with the
text. It's clear, and it's simple.
My name is Alex Asef and I start my own sewing machine
business 21 years ago with little knowledge of repairing sewing
machine at that time.
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