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« on: November 29, 2006 07:34:24 PM »

So I got a sewing machine a few years ago for Christmas which, as is typical of me I'm afraid, I used feverishly for a few weeks and then put it away for, oh... until last week sometime. The problem is that after a few moves in the meantime I seem to have lost the manual for it. I remember how to thread the bobbins and change the feet and all that, but it had information about what stitches, what needles, and what feet to use when. As well as tension and yadda yadda that I never got around to learning. So I have two questions: First, anyone know where I can find the manual? It's a cheap-ish, new-ish Kenmore that I can probably find the model number for. And second, if the manual isn't available anywhere, where can I find information about that other stuff. Especially what stitches to use and when? Thanks a lot for any help. Smiley
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« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2006 07:36:10 PM »

You should google the make and model number and see if you come up with a free online manual...if not, you can order one from Kenmore.com.  Cheesy
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