by marcellelewis 17 May 2012

FYI - Cuties might enjoy reading Ezines from Joyce Jagger. Today's article describes finding a bad cone of thread. Good reading if anyone is interested. Anyone can sign up to receive her articles. She has been in the embroidery business a very long time and does a lot of teaching. She is always giving helpful information. Here is the email I received today:


Hi Marcelle,

This week in the Embroidery Business Success Tips Ezine, I am giving you
3 Easy & Cost & Cost Effective Ways to Increase Your Customer Base!

I also share an issue that I found with a bad cone of thread! This can
happen to you!

Here is the link to learn more about this opportunity in this week's issue.

http://www.theembroiderycoach.com...

Joyce Jagger
The Embroidery Coach
112 Krager Road, Binghamton, NY 13904, USA

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by janetedna 17 May 2012

I've just signed up for her newsletter, thanks. Jan

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marcellelewis by marcellelewis 17 May 2012

You will enjoy her newsletters. She has a lot of information to share with embroiderers. Marcelle

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by 1961nancy 17 May 2012

Thank you for adding the link. It's an interesting article.

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by sdrise 17 May 2012

I had this happen to me with my new serger. The thread kept breaking every few stitches. I changed out the needles played with the tension etc.. I finally had to go to the dealer and it turned out to be the thread. As soon as they changed the thread it worked perfectly. So The dealer kindly changed the thread out for me. Seems the manufacture skipped a step in the process to save money. Needless to say after several customers had the same problem the dealer shipped her whole batch of thread back to the manufacturer. Goes to show you can not skimp on quality. Suzanne

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marcellelewis by marcellelewis 17 May 2012

I suppose it could happen with any thread, even thread for sewing. Marcelle

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by marcellelewis 17 May 2012

The bottom link doesn't work correctly but the first one just above her name does work fine. Marcelle

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