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sewing machines: 35 yards of fabric, 150 yards of elastic, 650 yards of thread, 120 hours of work and 3 sewing machines ( I broke 2) - 420 masks donated!!! Hope it makes a difference
 sewing machines: 35 yards of fabric, 150 yards of elastic, 650 yards of thread, 120 hours of work and 3 sewing machines ( I broke 2) - 420 masks donated!!! Hope it makes a difference

35 yards of fabric, 150 yards of elastic, 650 yards of thread, 120 hours of work and 3 sewing machines ( I broke 2) - 420 masks donated!!...

sewing machines: Don't let them fool you with their lOgIC, sewing machines are against the laws of physics.
 sewing machines: Don't let them fool you with their lOgIC, sewing machines are against the laws of physics.

Don't let them fool you with their lOgIC, sewing machines are against the laws of physics.

sewing machines: A wall of vintage Singer sewing machines at All Saints store in New York (Photo by Sylvie Lebeuf)
 sewing machines: A wall of vintage Singer sewing machines at All Saints store in New York (Photo by Sylvie Lebeuf)

A wall of vintage Singer sewing machines at All Saints store in New York (Photo by Sylvie Lebeuf)

sewing machines: MFs Be Looking Like Sewing Machines
 sewing machines: MFs Be Looking Like Sewing Machines

MFs Be Looking Like Sewing Machines

sewing machines: My idea of fun: Convincing your students that Compaq started out by making sewing machines
 sewing machines: My idea of fun: Convincing your students that Compaq started out by making sewing machines

My idea of fun: Convincing your students that Compaq started out by making sewing machines

sewing machines: My idea of fun: Convincing your students that Compaq started out by making sewing machines
 sewing machines: My idea of fun: Convincing your students that Compaq started out by making sewing machines

My idea of fun: Convincing your students that Compaq started out by making sewing machines

sewing machines: Anonymous Sat 14 Jul 2018 22:52:00 No.774353968 View Reply Original Report >Be me 2 years ago, a 20 ylo college student living on campus. Want to go to Anime Boston Decide to try and create my own Saitama costume despite never having sewn, let alone knitted > "Meh, I'll wing it." Buy 2 yellow bodysuits, red latex, red cotton, and upholstery foam (for fake muscles). >Sneak into the art building at night (not an art major) and look for a studio with a sewing machine >Find one, but with a brand name of "Sayit", it seemed pretty sketchy >Once again, "Meh, Ill wing it. > I do much of the costume out of order. Stitch the latex of the gloves to the suit first, then the cotton of the cape > As I'm trying to stitch on the foam, the needle gets stuck. > The combined fabrics are too thick for the sewing machine needle's eye to come back up > Try fiddling with the knobs on the side of the machine 818KIB, 3024x3024, s3ewing.jpg Suddenly hear footsteps and keys jingling. View Same Google ImgOps iqdb SauceNAO "Oh shit, a Public Safety officer!" >Frantically run to the light switch and shut it off >Run to the machine and grab my costume when I feel a prick on my hand > Pumped full of Adrenaline so don't care > Get the hell out of the building > Winded from running, but relieved > Walking back towards my dorm when l see red splotches on the yellow bodysuit. >Look at my hand > Index finger is gushing blood out of a small hole The sewing machine's needle pierced my finger while I made my escape > Squeamish at the sight of blood > Go hysterical and start having a panic attack. > Can't remember the rest of the night Wake up in bed with my finger bandaged up > Some of my friends found me in hysterics the night before and had to collectively lift me back to my room because I went limp > Never touched a sewing machine again > Didn't even go to Anime Boston that year out of embarrassment of not having a costume TL:DR >Sayit ain't sew, Eye will not go > Turn the lights off, Carry me home
 sewing machines: Anonymous Sat 14 Jul 2018 22:52:00 No.774353968
 View Reply Original Report
 >Be me 2 years ago, a 20 ylo college student living on campus.
 Want to go to Anime Boston
 Decide to try and create my own Saitama costume despite never having sewn, let alone knitted
 > "Meh, I'll wing it."
 Buy 2 yellow bodysuits, red latex, red cotton, and upholstery foam (for fake muscles).
 >Sneak into the art building at night (not an art major) and look for a studio with a sewing machine
 >Find one, but with a brand name of "Sayit", it seemed pretty sketchy
 >Once again, "Meh, Ill wing it.
 > I do much of the costume out of order. Stitch the latex of the gloves to the suit first, then the cotton of the cape
 > As I'm trying to stitch on the foam, the needle gets stuck.
 > The combined fabrics are too thick for the sewing machine needle's eye to come back up
 > Try fiddling with the knobs on the side of the machine
 818KIB, 3024x3024, s3ewing.jpg
 Suddenly hear footsteps and keys jingling.
 View Same Google ImgOps iqdb SauceNAO "Oh shit, a Public Safety officer!"
 >Frantically run to the light switch and shut it off
 >Run to the machine and grab my costume when I feel a prick on my hand
 > Pumped full of Adrenaline so don't care
 > Get the hell out of the building
 > Winded from running, but relieved
 > Walking back towards my dorm when l see red splotches on the yellow bodysuit.
 >Look at my hand
 > Index finger is gushing blood out of a small hole
 The sewing machine's needle pierced my finger while I made my escape
 > Squeamish at the sight of blood
 > Go hysterical and start having a panic attack.
 > Can't remember the rest of the night
 Wake up in bed with my finger bandaged up
 > Some of my friends found me in hysterics the night before and had to collectively lift me back to my room because I went limp
 > Never touched a sewing machine again
 > Didn't even go to Anime Boston that year out of embarrassment of not having a costume
 TL:DR
 >Sayit ain't sew, Eye will not go
 > Turn the lights off, Carry me home