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As some of you already know, I recently got a new sewing machine. Something I’m super excited about.
For the record, my previous machine was also a Brother and is 20 years old… I’m 23… It’s the machine I learned to sew on as a child.
As sad as I am to see it go… It was time.
I HIGHLY recommend the Brother brand to all who enjoy sewing. From beginners to experts!
I absolutely ADORE my new machine… Plus its PINK!!!
For those of you wondering about the features, cost, and reading customer reviews of “my” Limited Edition Lauren Ashley CX155LA Brother sewing machine click >>> HERE <<<
Geez my Brother XL-3010 looks ancient compared to my Brother CX155LA
Anyways, back to all the colors! I’m super excited about my current sewing project!
Something I wish I would have learned a long time ago is the importance of keeping dust OUT of your machine, I was a kid, I didn’t know any better! Regardless, my old machine still lasted me 20 years… And for the record, it still works 99% of the time… It’s just VERY outdated and missing a few parts… Which I couldn’t even begin to tell you what parts I’ve lost to it over the years… And RIDICULOUSLY dusty on the inside!!! I honestly have no clue how to even take it apart to dust and oil it (something else that’s EXTREMELY important to do that I didn’t know as a kid)
So back to the dust part… Since it’s so important to keep dust out of your machine, one of the first projects I decided to do was make a sewing machine cover to keep the dust away!