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School of Advanced Machines | Sacramento

Teacher :- Brenda D and Rachel Y
$110.00
School Of Advanced Machines: MACHINE BASICS Congratulations on the purchase of your new machine! We are honored that you have chosen Meissner Sewing & Vacuums Centers as your home for creativity. To make the most of your machine, it is highly encouraged that you attend our “quick start” program. The first half of class will cover: Machine navigation, TNT (threading, needles, and

School Of Advanced Machines: MACHINE BASICS

Congratulations on the purchase of your new machine! We are honored that you have chosen Meissner Sewing & Vacuums Centers as your home for creativity. To make the most of your machine, it is highly encouraged that you attend our “quick start” program.

The first half of class will cover:

Machine navigation, TNT (threading, needles, and tension adjustment), and how to equip your machine so you can use it with confidence. 

The second half will show you how to use your sewing machine to make a zipper pouch.

 

Instructor: Meissner Staff

($110 [free if machine was purchased at Meissner’s])

Machines eligible:

Babylock: Ballad, Chorus, Aerial, Altair, Solaris Bernette: b77, b79

Bernina: B435, B480, B535, B570QE, B590, B735, B770QE, B790, B880

Brother: BQ2500, BQ3100, VM5200, Stellaire XJ1, Luminaire

Janome (Available in Sacramento, Folsom and Roseville Only): Skyline S6, Skyline S7, Skyline S9, MC9450QCP, M7, M17

Pfaff: Expression 710, Quilt Expression 720, Creative 4.5, Performance Icon, Creative Icon

Viking: Brilliance 75Q, Topaz 40, Topaz 50, Designer Sapphire 85, Epic 95Q, Designer Ruby 90, Designer Epic 2 and Epic 3.

 

Supply List:

• Your new machine with foot control and power cord

• Owner’s Manual

• All presser feet and accessories that originally came with the machine, including bobbins and spool caps (embroidery accessories are not needed in this class)

• Scissors

• Mettler 50 wt. cotton or polyester thread

• Empty bobbin

• Notepad and pen or pencil

 

Please Note: This is an introductory class, meant to show students how to set up and use their new machine. "Advanced" refers to the type of machine, not the difficulty level of the class.

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School Of Advanced Machines: MACHINE BASICS

Congratulations on the purchase of your new machine! We are honored that you have chosen Meissner Sewing & Vacuums Centers as your home for creativity. To make the most of your machine, it is highly encouraged that you attend our “quick start” program.

The first half of class will cover:

Machine navigation, TNT (threading, needles, and tension adjustment), and how to equip your machine so you can use it with confidence. 

The second half will show you how to use your sewing machine to make a zipper pouch.

 

Instructor: Meissner Staff

($110 [free if machine was purchased at Meissner’s])

Machines eligible:

Babylock: Ballad, Chorus, Aerial, Altair, Solaris Bernette: b77, b79

Bernina: B435, B480, B535, B570QE, B590, B735, B770QE, B790, B880

Brother: BQ2500, BQ3100, VM5200, Stellaire XJ1, Luminaire

Janome (Available in Sacramento, Folsom and Roseville Only): Skyline S6, Skyline S7, Skyline S9, MC9450QCP, M7, M17

Pfaff: Expression 710, Quilt Expression 720, Creative 4.5, Performance Icon, Creative Icon

Viking: Brilliance 75Q, Topaz 40, Topaz 50, Designer Sapphire 85, Epic 95Q, Designer Ruby 90, Designer Epic 2 and Epic 3.

 

Supply List:

• Your new machine with foot control and power cord

• Owner’s Manual

• All presser feet and accessories that originally came with the machine, including bobbins and spool caps (embroidery accessories are not needed in this class)

• Scissors

• Mettler 50 wt. cotton or polyester thread

• Empty bobbin

• Notepad and pen or pencil

 

Please Note: This is an introductory class, meant to show students how to set up and use their new machine. "Advanced" refers to the type of machine, not the difficulty level of the class.

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