So…This is my dilemma with my sewing machine and I need some help figuring out what the problem could be or if I need to go by a new one. This started yesterday just as I was about to finish about 12 more inches of Maddies skirt. It just..Happen suddenly and right when I needed it the most D:
I’m so close to being done and then WHAM problem.
- Rethreaded the top
- rethreaded the bottom bobbin
- made a new bottom bobbin and tried that
- changed the needle
- dusted/relubricated the mechanics
- checked for any burrs
- Moved the tension up and down
I have been working on it for 3 hours trying to figure out the problem and running out of options. The top thread also keeps breaking and driving me crazy >_<. Any suggestion or help is appreciated. Currently I am thinking about a new machine due to the time span. It is a Brother LS-2125 about 10 years old..I would say.
Prowl needs alot to get through a day with Jazz.
Windblade isn’t a Cybertronian
Shes from one if the planet colonies like Blurr! Squee~ ♡
Sorry guys! I was going to have a updated on the full finished skirt but needles kept breaking and the thread kept knotting up. I had to take a break before I threw the sewing machine out of my window. Tomorrow, hopefully, it will cooperate. :(
Yeeey! Got our Windblade covers today!
One for Sarah Stone to sign at TF Con and One to read.
Soooo…Just deboxed one of my Cerise’s and this lovely surprised is from the glue seepage in her head.
Thanks Mattel for Top quality! :D
Emailed CS to see if I can get a new one or or a voucher
We are downgrading shares as we see risk to MAT’s earnings estimates for 2014 and 2015 owing to cyclical declines in core product lines like Barbie and Hot Wheels, deteriorating sales of Monster High, and disappointing performance of new lines like Max Steel and Ever After High. The toy market in mature markets continues to be weak, while emerging markets face challenges from declines in equity markets and weakening currencies.” BMO Capital said.
It isn’t the Ever After High that is the problem. It is how Mattel fails at getting product out. This is like Hasbro and Transformers Prime. Hasbro blamed bad toy sales on the show not attracting kids. But it was their inablity to get new product on the shelves, poor case packing (3 Bees to a case) and causing items to shelf warm. Mattel is doing the same thing with Ever After High, they aren’t releasing core dolls quick enough. They are pushing out side lines instead of fleshing out the basic line. Stores got the lines WAY too late compared to some other stores, so people brought the product at stores that got them early and didn’t need to shop elsewhere. (Justice got the core dolls before big stores like Walmart and Target, so people brought the dolls there so when big stores finally got them, no one needed to buy them there because they already had them.
Also for Monster High, maybe it’s because it’s loosing it’s thunder and appeal.
It isn’t the brand that is the problem, it is the company not knowing how to do their job right. Also they better get Lizzie and Duchess out before they start cancelling things.
Got our Coscards ready for convention season!