In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- They don't exactly have sewing machines but there is a tailor down the road who could finish them in a day.
- Use sewing machine to stitch ribbon in place from top to bottom on both edges of the ribbon.
- A universal needle can be used in all household sewing machines that accept a flat shank.
- The artist had acquired a 1959 sewing machine that did chain stitching only.
- A lounge inside is decorated with old household items, like a piano, sewing machines and white crocheted table cloths.
- Double check the threading of your sewing machine to prevent immediate stitching problems.
- Once sewing machines were available, ladies expected more and more complicated clothes to be made for them at lower prices, forgetting that there was often a lot of hand-finishing involved.
- Founded in 1862 as a manufacturer of sewing machines, Opel later built motorcycles before entering the car business.
- A sewing machine that allows for a lock stitch both top and bottom has been designed and is now available.
- About 100 employees can work at sewing machines and then hand-deliver repaired costume pieces to singers before they go on stage.
- One problem I often find with sewing machines is missing belt guards and needle guards.
- The figures of three adults, a baby and a dog are constructed of patches of cloth stitched with a sewing machine.
- Hasina, who knows certain basics of stitching, has oiled her sewing machine.
- In August 1999, while setting up for a trade show in Utah, the two men were caught in a tornado that destroyed their sewing machines and sent them diving for cover.
- Sewing was still done mostly on a Singer treadle sewing machine, though electric sewing machines became more common near the middle of the century.
- These include providing people with sewing machines for cloths making and boxes for fish and vegetable vendors.
- In twentieth century wars, factories producing agricultural machines and sewing machines were converted to build weapons.
- Thread the sewing machine with monofilament thread in the needle and thread to match the felt in the bobbin.
- Karen kept quiet and the mother superior ordered Karen to work at a sewing machine without needles for hours.
- These included sewing machines, knitting and crochet instruments and their supplies of cloth and thread.
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