[Sewing] Sign-up Sheet?

Kelly hurtstotouchfire at gmail.com
Wed May 23 17:48:15 PDT 2012


Wasn't this the original intention behind SCOW? I haven't been able to
come on wednesdays very often but is SCOW still happening?

https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/SCoW

-K

On Wed, May 23, 2012 at 2:44 PM, Green Molecule <bluemolecule at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello:
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> The serger has not worked since January.  I understand that a part was
> removed for replacement.
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> I have tried to use the machines a number of times and they are usually
> broken.  Noisebridge has a number of very experienced sewers and designers
> who know how to use the machines.  On the other hand, many of us have had
> some sewing training and need some explanation on how the Juki and the
> Serger work to bring us up to speed.  I found everyone very helpful with
> this information.  There are others who have no clue and assume (even with
> the best intentions) that all sewing machines are alike.
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> Perhaps there could be a sign up sheet for those using the sewing machines.
> I know that Noisebridge is an open source environment.  Many open source
> groups in the Bay Area for science, technology, or information sharing have
> sign up sheets for equipment usage.  I know the manual for the Juki is
> always available but I suspect most are reluctant to read it or would not
> understand the information.
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> Without formal instruction, a signup sheet based on the honor system would
> be helpful for keeping the machines in healthy working order.  I also
> understand that a few people are purchasing needles and other more expensive
> parts and others who use the machines are not.
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> I suggest a signup book for those who use the sewing machines.
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> Many thanks,
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> Trina
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