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USE HUMOUR TO SELL YOUR PRODUCTS

Posted by Myra Bosch on Saturday, January 23, 2010 In : Machine Embroidery as a Business 

I have found that humor sells items faster then sentiment. Take for example the craft fair I attended last week. While waiting for customers, I embroidered two words on a baby bib and that baby bib sold right after I got the threads trimmed. Those two words were "cereal killer." It was a touch of humor.

Using humor on your business cards will also make you more memorable. Just a humorous tag line under your business name will fetch a smile and often a sale. Try funny sayings on t-shirts or qui...
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SECRETS TO SUCCESSFUL MACHINE EMBROIDERY

Posted by Myra Bosch on Saturday, January 23, 2010 In : Machine Embroidery Problems 

Are there any secrets for stitching out beautiful embroideries? I’m referring to those embroideries which do not have any puckers, where the top thread and the bobbin thread remain within their own parameters and where we are not testing the stitchouts time and again to achieve that sought after perfection.

The answer is YES, definitely YES. A design is nothing more than stitches. Our embroidery machine is the means to achieving that embroidery and that is where we need to be prepared before...
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HOW TO SELL YOUR ARTICLES ONLINE

Posted by Myra Bosch on Saturday, January 16, 2010 In : Machine Embroidery as a Business 

Stuck with a hoard of unsold stock?  Selling things online is a great way to clear your desk of unsold articles.

Selling things on the Internet is not very difficult, and pretty safe if you play the game right. Many people have been selling things online for many years, and have experienced great success. Here’s the basic process for unloading your things online, boiled down to a few simple bullets:

   1. Decide how much money you want for your item (include postage and insurance)
   2. Put yo...
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POSITION OF THE PRESSER FOOT MAKES A DIFFERENCE

Posted by Myra Bosch on Saturday, January 16, 2010 In : Machine Embroidery Problems 

Properly threading the sewing machine is the first step to having a machine that will sew correctly.

Whenever you are threading a sewing machine, one basic rule to every sewing machine is to thread the machine with the presser foot up.

When the presser foot is raised, the tension disks are disengaged. Being disengaged allows the thread to go in to the tension disks and seat properly.

If you try to thread the machine with the presser foot down, the tension disks are engaged or tight and will not ...
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