Yellow Birdhouse Jigsaw Puzzle

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fiestyolelady
Mar 5, 2017
I put up 3 yesterday.
fiestyolelady
Mar 5, 2017
My old machine is a brothers & 52 years old. still a good one. Is your thread old?
wc1agoyal
Oct 22, 2016
Lovely birdhouse
Genaya
Jul 17, 2016
Follow the colours and the shapes and you will get this one easy >
Love it.
Pivoboy
Oct 31, 2015
Wonder who livers here?
sherrybee39
Jul 14, 2015
Love birdhouses. There are many fun ones on this site. We have too many cats so no need for birdhouses.
micki
Aug 25, 2015
That's observation does not really sit well with me. Poor birds!! :(
judipd
May 19, 2015
Nice place looks comfortable
KwkClkrSwkr68
May 14, 2015
Cute, but different. Birds aren't picky, though.
pixipixil
May 11, 2015
Looks like tire treads for the roof. Nice woodworking job. That's where I fall down when I try to make something. I could have helped with the paint, tho. Kind of lopsided and drippy but the birds won't care.
The new sewing machine I got for my birthday keeps breaking the thread. I have tried all the suggestions in the book except a different needle. I will try that shortly. Say a prayer it works, will you? The only reason I bought it was so I could sew w/o worying about that sort of thing but this new one is worse than the old and I hate having to deal with bringing it back and arguing as I don't know what I did with the sales slip.
Wishing you a day of successful projects.
obimom4x
May 11, 2015
The wrong thread can do that. 100% polyester will stretch and break in most machines.
trynfindit
May 11, 2015
Pixi, make sure your bobbin thread is coming out of the bobbin the right way. I had mine backwards once and could not figure out why the thread would mess up.
nlbuchanan
May 11, 2015
Breaking top thread or bobbin thread? Sounds like the tension is too tight on one or the other. But then, you probably already tried that!
aknan
May 11, 2015
Pixi, I have the same problem with my machine. It's been in the shop more than at home, I swear, and it's always the same - a thread tension problem. Can't seem to find the reason or cure. I'm taking it back today and getting my money back, then I'll go find a new machine. And it was a Singer, too - a reliable old stand-by brand. Guess times have changed.
pixipixil
May 11, 2015
Top. Yes I loosened it butit still broke. It sews for a few inches then I can here the bobbin shift and then the thread breaks. I'm going to spend the afternoon fiddling with it.
pixipixil
May 11, 2015
Tried restringing the bobbin and changing the thread. Nada. Then I thought maybe the needle threader was weakening the thread but that wasn't it either. This machine is brand new so I'm pretty disappointed. It does say a bent needle can do it but that was new also. I'm replacing it anyway as I am sewing on stretchy knit and didn't get needles specific for that.
malko
May 11, 2015
Tension seems to be the most common of problems on a machine. I did some sewing today, made 20 sashes for my daughter's graduation class. My machine refused to sew stretch fabrics! Tried everything, nothing works. Sigh!
pixipixil
May 11, 2015
No luck on mine. I sew about 7 inches of perfect stitches then the thread breaks. I hope I can figure out what's wrong because the store that sold it will not give refunds.
trynfindit
May 12, 2015
Malko and pixi - have y'all done any internet research on your sewing machines' problems?
nlbuchanan
May 12, 2015
Pixi, it sounds to me like it is the tension from the thread to the needle that is the problem, not the bobbin. have you tried adjusting the tension where the thread wraps around the little "thingy" between the top of the machine and the needle? The spot where it has two round things (kinda look like washers) with a space between them that the thread slips into? Hope that makes sense to you.
pixipixil
May 12, 2015
Yes, nlb. I just tried that yesterday. It seems to get off the beam as it goes into the first slot after that button thingy. It gets caught inside someplace. It goes along beautifully--really smooth, then suddenly jams inside. That sudden increase in tension pulls something underneath out of place which is why I thought it was the bobbin but it isn't.
nlbuchanan
May 12, 2015
If that spot pulls tight as you go along, check everything between there and the needle that might get tight and pull that spot tight. Wish I could do this "hands on" for you - I have always been able to get mine straightened out eventually.
pixipixil
May 12, 2015
I tried dialing down the tension some more and it helped. I guess I have to keep experimenting. It broke once but was much better so I dialed more off.
nlbuchanan
May 12, 2015
At least that's progress!
pixipixil
May 13, 2015
Yes. I have to creep along with my other old machine so I finally got fed up and decided I deserved to enjoy sewing again. Ha. I guess the jokes on me if I have to still be afraid of something going wrong. Let's hope things iron out. I love it otherwise. It's very smooth and quiet. Doesn't bounce around like my other one.
Coravee
May 13, 2015
Did you keep your old machine? The facebook group Vintage Sewing Machines can walk you through any (And I mean ANY) kind of repair. Vintage just refers to pre-computer machines. I have learned so much! And did you say you changed the needle? Try that as well.
aknan
May 13, 2015
Pixi, I finally traded my machine for a new one yesterday. I didn't want the old one - and neither did the owner of the shop! However, he'd already said I could trade, so I got my new machine and ran like the wind before he could change his mind!
pixipixil
May 13, 2015
Congratulations, aknan. May it sew beautifully for years.
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