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pms 9. Twisting of thread may be removed by smoothing the - i j  
good whole length of thread between thumb and forefinger,  
_ 10. Never use bent, rusty or blunt needles. An emery bag A `  
hall may be used for sharpening and polishing needles. A .  
11. Never leave a needle fastened in work. lt may leave  
(UGS- rust spots. . . , _  
and 12. Baste all work carefully, having work Hat on table or Vi ,  
the lapboard. Never pull edges; pat them into position, being very ·` V i  
', O, careful not to stretch the cut edges. Much poor work is due to l A Z 
.e of lack of basting. { ii 
the 13. Vlnhen removing basting, cut thread at intervals so that . ,  
used in pulling out the threads no injury to the garment will result. , ‘  
very 14. Own a good pair of shears. lt is a profitable invest~ A A W  
101*11 ment, for good cutting is a large factor in the making of a per- . . V  
~l€S· feet garment. ‘ {  
15. Have the wrong side of work neat and carefully i  
tinishcd. It is the wrong side of the garment that denotes the  
workmanship. '  
hair 16. Always wear a sewing apron or spread a clean cloth  
over lap whe11 sewing. i  
{Old 17. \Vash hands just before beginning to sew and during i  
will llli? S€\\`ll1g‘ if I`lCC€SS{l1‘y_ A _ `  
18. "Fit the thimble you wear and wear the thimble you A _  
)OV]ێ 19. If hands perspire dust them lightly with cornstarch ~  
or talcum powder.  
20. Have only those materials in the sewing box which ,  
ting are going to be used.  
Som 21- B€f01‘€ Starting any piece of work, be sure to read p  
thru all directions given. `  
Study the instruction book which comes with the sewing  
  machine as the operating, oiling and use of the attachments are ‘  
all described in it. After learning how to properly thread the  
machine, practis stitching first on paper and then on cloth with-  
dm Ollt threading the needle. l’raetis turning a corner. Stop  
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