June 20, 2014
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We are excited to have Eileen Roche, Editor of Designs in Machine Embroidery share this content with you, which was originally posted on Eileen’s Machine Embroidery Blog.
The entire community used to come together whenever the needle plate on an embroidery machine needed to be removed. Together, they’d carefully hoist a giant screwdriver. Not only was it heavy, but it was tricky and nearly impossible to maneuver in a small space.
Then the community discovered the Stitcher’s Hardware, a handy tool set created by Designs in Machine Embroidery. The tools were lightweight, small and very easy to maneuver around tiny spaces. Now the community has more time to do what they love! (Embroider, of course!)
The Stitcher’s Hardware Kit includes:
- A screwdriver with a bulb-shaped handle and tubular guide for removing and inserting the needle screw or presser foot screw.
- A flat head screwdriver that easily removes flush mount screws—often found on the needle plate.
- An extended flat tip screwdriver that easily removes countersunk screws—found on some needle plates.
- A Phillips-head screwdriver designed to maneuver hard to reach areas.
Plus a convenient storage case!
Thanks for reading!
Reprinted with permission from Eileen's Blog.