SL-WEEK 24: Machine


SEWING MACHINE

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My sewing machine which I use to make all my quilts.

I also sewn many clothes on it.

COFFEE MACHINE

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I went for a Barista course a year ago.

We bought this coffee machine.

It makes perfect coffee!

http://www.sylvain-landry.com/sl-week/sl-week-24-machine.html

25 responses to “SL-WEEK 24: Machine”

  1. Ek kan nie wag om jou kwilts te sien nie!

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    1. Jong ek sal beslis n lan moet maak om hul klaar te maak. Het my voorgeneem om die week wat ek huis oppas doen om te sit en werk want dis handewerk wat gedoen moet word.

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      1. Ja, dis beslis harde werk!!

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  2. How often do you use that said sewing machine? The coffee machine I guess receives plenty of attention on a daily basis.

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    1. Sewing machine is used on a daily basis when I am making a quilt(at moment two are on the go still!) I don’t drink coffee- the machine is in my store room!Ha ha

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      1. Ha ha thats unexpected! Post the quilt pics soon. I admire people who do quilts. Its so time consuming, and all that planning…

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        1. As soon as both are finished I’ll put them on. I think next year maybe!

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  3. I have always wanted to do a barista course but I no longer drink coffee. The smell of a freshly brewed cup is divine.

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    1. The barista course was an eye-opener. I do not drink coffee but the smell is as you say divine.

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        1. It isn’t just putting coffee in and add water. It’s a whole process to prepare the best coffee drink. From grinding the different flavored beans to frhotting(spelling?) the milk!

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          1. Oh I see. Frothing the milk…. I guess it is another skill to learn!

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            1. Yes, not easy at first. You have to practice to do it(we used dish washing liquid in water which gives the same result as milk!)

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              1. That is interesting. I would have thought the consistency would be different. However, there would be a lot of wastage of milk, if you used that.

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                1. We first had to practice with the soap till getting the feeling and then we could try some milk. Same feeling and way

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  4. What a fancy coffee machine!

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    1. It is. The coffee cart wasn’t a success because many are doing it and I could not do it on my own.

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  5. I wish I could say the same about my sewing machine :o) I think mine is not a good team-worker… always when we work together we create something for the trashcan… lol

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    1. Ha, not good at all! Mine is still going very well after 30 years of doing a lot.

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  6. well done nice shots for the sl-week….

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  7. So, you can create your own clothes, lucky you are!

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    1. Yes, I’ve made lots of my own clothes years back. Today I’m a bit “lazy” to do it. We have lovely secondhand shops here where you can buy for near to nothing good clothing! Just have to go everynow and again to see if they have something that fits.

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