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Hello Erna –
After over ten years of quilting and a growing stack of un quilted tops in my cupboard, I finally decided to buy a frame/long arm or mid-arm set up for my home. This is a bit complicated because I live overseas. I recently had a group of visitors bring over a hinterberg stretch frame, though I thought I was getting the original (smaller) frame. That leaves me deciding on what size sewing machine would be most practical to purchase to use on it.
It will handle a long-arm or mid-arm, and money is definitely a factor, but I don’t want to make a major purchase being so completely ignorant as to what the differences are (other than size, obviously). I might even be able to get an industrial sewing machine second-hand, but don’t know what they do differently than a ‘quilting’ machine.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
Oh – I own several ‘regular’ sewing machines, including two Singers and a Bernina, but none have a very large throat.

Hi,
I have mild to moderate acne scarring on my cheeks and chin and stretch marks all over my body.
I was thinking of getting the ZTGS 540 – mm derma roller to use for both facial acne scars and body stretch marks. Of course I would sanitize before using on a new area … but is this okay – to use one derma roller on different body parts. (As the derma rollers are quite expensive).
I was also looking to get a Vitamin C serum for my face after derma use, can I also use this serum for my body stretch marks after derma rolling or are there better options?



Then, insert the needle tip into the white line, going towards the spool about 1" from the red line. Put the end of the red line in the loop or latch of the needle and again thread the needle and the red line about 12" up the white line.



When finished, remove the needle and pull the tag end of the red line out from the green line about 3 or 4" and remove the line from the needle. The lines will look like the picture below.



As you can see in the above picture, there is a gap in the middle of our splice. The way you resolve that is to pull the tag ends of each line until the center of the splice is together and solid. Now, from the center of the splice, smooth out both outer lines with your fingers going away from the center splice. Once you have done this on both sides, we have to remove the extra tag end lines.

Holding the tag end of the line, pull down the line that it goes into about 1/2" and cut off the tag end where it is now entering the other line. After you have cut the tag end off, you can smooth out the outer line going away from the center splice. The tag end of the line you just cut will disappear inside of the outer line you are smoothing out. Do this for both sides of the splice.



As you can see above, the lines are now spliced together, without any knots and with 100% of the line's strength. Below is a close up of the completed splice.



Splices can be mastered very easily and will save the average fisherman hundreds of dollars, over time. By using splices, you should never have to buy another full reel of line again, unless you want to go to a different type of line. If your line gets cut or damaged, you can just add to it, or cut out the damaged parts and your line will perform like new.

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Making Hollow Spectra End Loops
    Daho Needle Type Used: Reverse Latch

Many topshots and wind-ons terminate with a loop. You can also end your hollow Spectra line with a loop. Then, you can quickly and easily change the end section of your line with pre-made loop terminated topshots and wind-ons. This process requires a Reverse Latch needle to complete as the line holding mechanism must be able to open and release the line in the middle of the operation.

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More than a dozen modern conventions exist for numbering the sizes of sewing machine needles, though only two remain in common use: the American (established and propagated by Singer ) and the European (also called the "number metric" or "NM"). The European designation, established in 1942, is considered the uniform fixed size and corresponds to the diameter of the needle in hundredths of a millimeter at a non-reinforced point above the scarf. The following chart gives a comparison of the two systems. In both cases, a larger number corresponds to a larger, heavier needle. Most sewing machine needles will have packaging that gives both numbers in its size description— that is, the size numbers 100 and 16 always occur together (as either 100/16 or 16/100). The order of these numbers has no significance, and the length of all sewing machine needles has been standardized and does not require a separate code.

Best size needle to use for steroids

best size needle to use for steroids

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