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Messages - jojo

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I should mention that I've tried the method in the manual, but I don't know which screw is which on the feeding eccentric. there are three: one is an allen type set screw, the other two are flathead screws, but one of those has to be turned clockwise to loosen it. Very confusing.
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Hi,
I have a very old Singer 111w155, and there should be 1/2" under the presser foot, but there is barely 1/4"! Can anyone tell me how to adjust this? Thanks!
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Thanks everyone. I finally found it here:

http://www.mauritzononline.com/industrial-textiles/mesh-fabrics/swimming-pool-cover.html

$5.09 a yard...no minimum.
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Dang, I just called and they said they only use vinyl for their pool covers. This is mesh where the water runs through, but the leaves and junk stay on the top of the cover. Any other ideas? Anyone?
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Thank you so much!!
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General Discussion / Need help identifying this fabric!
September 10, 2010, 08:11:59 am
Hi
I need to replace a section of a pool cover (about a 4' x 4' section). Am I going to be able to find this exact type of mesh? If not, can I replace it with a different type that may not match exactly? What would you guys do?
Thanks!
Jo

http://www.flickr.com/photos/26774117@N06/4976477297/
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General Discussion / Re: Hot Knife
September 03, 2010, 06:56:51 pm
a sheet of formica...indestructable and cheap!
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General Discussion / Re: Hot Knife
September 03, 2010, 07:05:44 am
Am I the only one who actually likes the smell of burning sunbrella?
I find that if you keep the trigger pressed in for a few seconds to let it heat up before you start cutting, you can go a little faster and have less burnup.
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General Discussion / Re: Yankee Ingenuity
July 31, 2010, 06:35:35 pm
Hilarious!!
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General Discussion / Re: Slashed roof. (car stuff)
June 28, 2010, 02:06:05 pm
What a coincidence! Just got the June/July Upholstery Journal today, and that very car is mentioned in an article about the three categories of convertible top replacement: Least expensive/time consuming, more difficult/time consuming, and most difficult. The eclipse falls into the more time consuming category. There are some pictures of the disassembly, and they promise more details on their website.