Monday, March 23, 2009

Bummer Day

Grrrrrrrr...
I am pouting today.
I successfully broke my sewing machine.

Flickr Photo by: horsman
Not just any machine. The machine I paid way too much money for in a very weak moment, thinking how cool the embroidery attachment was.
Have I EVER used it?
NO!

Flickr photo by: Philnik
I can fix most machines, most of the time.
This time, I think I really did something good or not so good to it.

Flickr photo by: boomerATV's
No more sewing like this.

Flickr photo by: elsita
Actually, this isn't mine it's Elsa Mora's
beautiful work.

14 comments:

Lola....L..O..L..A....lo--oh--luh! said...

Call the Sewing Machine Doctor right away!!!

I have 2 extra machines if you wanna borrow one. I would curl up in fetal position and mold if my machine was really broken.

grrl+dog said...

oh I feel you!
Dont give up yet..

The Joy of Nesting said...

OYE I FEEL YOUR PAIN!!!!

I might not use mine everyday infact it might go a week before the dust cover comes off. BUT it's vital to my chi to know that if I wanted to I could. :) When my prima dona sewed her last stitch I made up my mind I was going to replace her with a non-complaining
work horse with as few electronic parts as possible. The humidity and salt air can do some really mean things!! :)

I'll think possitive thoughts that you'll have her up and running sooner then later!!

Pattie ;)
Mazatlan Mx.

Creepy Margaret said...

I actually got my own sewing maching out for the first time in years. And you know me -- I DO NOT sew.

3rdEyeMuse said...

am sooo very sorry. may it actually just need a little hammer tap and a tiny fine tuning ... fingers crossed.

KarenHarveyCox said...

I am so sorry...Let's pray for a miracle. I hope you can repair it, I love that design that you shared.

P.S. I gave a lecture on blogging and etsy last week at something called Salon Night in Salem, Ma. My printer who creates my giclee's hosts a monthly event for artists. This one was on networking. I brought my wonderful calendar and talked about the Red Party and the foundation. Hopefully, they will begin to blog. Thank you again.
Karen

ostrich girl said...

Hey Terisa I am sooooo excited for your cover shot! You better get your machine back in business baby! I can't wait to finally do a class.I think we should do one just for fun! xoxo Sheri DeBow

CEDAR JUNCTION said...

I know the feeling. I broke my new serger soon after I got it. The good thing is . . . they can be repaired. It's not the end of the world. It's just a little cloudy today.

You will be back to creating wonders before you know it.

shiborigirl said...

Oh, so sorry to hear this. I know how I feel when my own (used to be) Fancy Dancy machine winds up that the hospital.

I hope it's nothing too serious, or expensive. :(

Kate

connie said...

I killed mine too. It is at the electric hospital as I am writing this. I am using a very old one to get me through but I am without for a couple of weeks. I hope you can get it fixed.

girl_gone_thread_wild said...

when is the funeral procession? I totally will walk the walk with YOU.

A pout indeed!

xo, monica

Veleta (Sammy) said...

oh no! I do hope you get your machne fixed... how sad! remember if you can sew on machine, glue.. hand sew... staple... use clothes pins, whatever you need to do! LOL

Kat The Hat Lady said...

What is it with sewing machines! Every time I use my sewing machine I end up breaking a needle!I know it's the tension! But it's been one of my things I have always done since I was 10 years old ha ha! I now always sit with a packet of them next to my machine and expect to break one as part of my routine ha ha! Now I don't get worried about it any more! Hope you get your machine fixed and I love your blog page :-) Kat the hat lady from UK

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Thanks & happy crafting!