How difficult can it be to clean a vintage sewing machine? Well, Dan the Quilter Man demonstrates that the use of power tools is probably not the appropriate method of cleaning.
Dan the Quilter Man and Charlie have completely different views on how to repair a vintage sewing machine. Dan thinks that it is an opportunity to use his surviving power tools whether they are needed or not. Charlie, on the other hand, knows that a few simple repairs will return a neglected vintage sewing machine to original working condition.
Don’t be like Dan – Be like Charlie and learn how to repair your vintage sewing machine the proper way.
You may have notice that Dan has a couple of buddies, Charlie and Teeka, who are accompanying him in his journey to embrace his new quilting hobby. While Charlie and Teeka could be considered reasonably intelligent and responsible (especially when compared to Dan) they are no substitute for the adult supervision that is so desperately needed.
Okay, we have firmly established that it is too early in Dan’s quilting career to allow him to use anything sharp. It is time to get back to basics and have Dan ease into the quilting process. As any quilter knows, one of the first things you have to do is press your fabric so pressing is probably a good skill for Dan to learn.
Dan the Quilter Man comes equipped with chaotic mix of ineptitude, clumsiness and laziness layered on top of a firm foundation of stubbornness against learning how to do things right.