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The 1800s progression of mechanical sewing

In 1830 a Frenchman, M. Thimmonier, patented a workable sewing machine and made uniforms for the French army. The Parisian tailors, following the example of the British Luddites, broke into his factory in 1841 and burned all the sewing machines — and 

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When I was a kid, Mom had a treadle-type sewing machine that sat in front of an east-facing window at one end of the broad upstairs hallway of our farmhouse. It was a Franklin, painted shiny black with lots of gold curlicues and nickel-plated accessories and she made many clothes for herself, my sister and my sister’s dolls. Most farm wives (and many town wives as well) during the last half of the 19th century and first half of the 20th did the same thing. Until the 19th century all clothes, hats, shoes, harness and ships sails were sewed by hand — a slow, laborious process, as attested to by Thomas Hood’s poem. Oh, inventors had tinkered with knitting and sewing machines off and on for decades, but they all tried to duplicate the motion of the human hand and none worked. Then the European wars of the 1800s, and the subsequent need for thousands of uniforms for the armies and sails for the warring navies started some movement toward mechanization. First inventors In 1830 a Frenchman, M. Thimmonier, patented a workable sewing machine and made uniforms for the French army. The Parisian tailors, following the example of the British Luddites, broke into his factory in 1841 and burned all the sewing machines — and they did it again in 1848 after he rebuilt. In this country, a New Yorker named Walter Hunt developed a machine in the 1830s that made a lock-stitch and had an eye-pointed needle. He never patented the idea however and lost out to Elias Howe as the father of the sewing machine. Howe was born in 1819 on a barren Massachusetts farm and in his teens he apprenticed in a Lowell, Massachusetts, machine shop where they made textile machinery. He later moved to Boston and worked in the shop of a scientific instrument maker, where he learned much about making intricate mechanisms. Howe’s problem was that all his needles had the eye at the center and he couldn’t make them work. It’s unknown if he had heard of Hunt, but the idea came to him, reportedly in a dream, of putting the eye at the needle’s pointed end. This solved the problem and Howe had a working sewing machine, but he couldn’t get any of the local garment makers to buy it, the tailors raised such a storm of protest. Howe finally sold a machine in England and was hired to keep it in order. While he was there other men in the U. S. took his ideas and built machines that finally caught on. Singer One of these was Isaac Merritt Singer, a flamboyant promoter who had trained as a mechanic and had also been an actor and a theatrical manager. Borrowing $40 to buy the materials, Singer built a successful machine in 1855 that featured the eye-pointed needle and lock-stitch plus improvements. He built and sold some machines in Boston before moving to New York City and starting a large sewing-machine factory. Singer widely advertised “the greatest invention of the age,” and opened lavishly decorated showrooms full of attractive young ladies operating Singer machines. A Singer machine in the hands of a trained operator could make 300 stitches per minute, while a skilled seamstress could do maybe 40 by hand. Howe’s machine was powered by turning a hand crank, while Singer introduced foot-treadle power so both hands could be used to guide the cloth. Howe returned from England and began to sue for patent infringement. His rights were finally established in the courts in 1854 and he was awarded $25 per machine built thereafter. His triumph was clouded however, due to the recent death of his wife and, although there were Howe sewing-machines made, Howe never owned a factory of his own. Womanizers Elias Howe died in Brooklyn in 1867. Although one would think Isaac Singer would be busy enough with his business interests, he was a great womanizer and had at least three wives, along with several paramours. One of the paramours, claiming common law status as Singer’s wife, had him arrested for bigamy in 1862. He got out of jail on bond and fled to England where he married a French woman, who left her husband for him. Singer lived in England until his death in 1875. Wilson Another name.

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The 63-stitch-function BM2800 sewing machine features an easy automatic 1-step buttonholer with stitch balance control for perfectly uniform buttonholes every time. It also has conveniences such as an automatic needle threader and automatic bobbin winding system. Lightweight with a built-in handle for portability, the BM2800 is a truly versatile machine that will be enjoyed by sewing enthusiasts. Brother BM2800 Computerized Sewing Machine features: 27 built-in stitches with 63 stitch functionsAutomatic 1 Step buttonholer with stitch balance controlQuick Set Drop-in bobbinAutomatic needle threader & Bobbin windingFree arm / flat bed convertible sewing surfaceTwin needle for two-colour stitchingThread tension control dialStitch width & stitch length controlNeedle position adjustmentSnap-on feetLightweight and compact with built-in handle Included Accessories: Accessory pouch with needle setTwin needleBobbins (4)Extra spool pinDarning platePower cordEnglish/French operation manual

Martha Stewart's Encyclopedia of Sewing and Fabric Crafts


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Whether you just bought your first sewing machine or have been sewing for years, Martha Stewart?s Encyclopedia of Sewing and Fabric Crafts will open your eyes to an irresistible range of ideas. A comprehensive visual reference, the book covers everything a home sewer craves: the basics of sewing by hand or machine, along with five other time-honored crafts techniques, and step-by-step instructions for more than 150 projects that reflect not only Martha Stewart?s depth of experience and crafting expertise, but also her singular sense of style. Encyclopedic in scope, the book features two main parts to help you brush up on the basics and take your skills to a new level. First, the Techniques section guides readers through Sewing, Appliqu? Embroidery, Quilting, Dyeing, and Printing. Following that, the Projects A to Z section features more than 150 clever ideas (including many no-sew projects), all illustrated and explained with the clear, detailed instructions that have become a signature of Martha Stewart?s magazines, books, and television shows. An enclosed CD includes full-size clothing patterns as well as templates that can be easily produced on a home printer. Fabric, thread, and tool glossaries identify the properties, workability, and best uses of common sewing materials. And, perhaps best of all, when you need it most, Martha and her talented team of crafts editors offer you the reassurance that you really can make it yourself. The projects are as delightful as they are imaginative, and include classic Roman shades, hand-drawn stuffed animals, an easy upholstered blanket chest, a quilted crib bumper, French knot-embellished pillowcases and sheets, and Japanese-embroidered table linens, among many others. With gorgeous color photographs as well as expert instruction, this handy guide will surely encourage beginners and keep sewers and crafters of all experience levels wonderfully busy for many years to come.


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There have been several other notable French sewing machines including Legat, Peugeot and my personal favourite Hurtu sewing machines.

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American Firms in Europe
American Firms in Europe
Published by Librairie Droz 2017
ISBN 2600012591,9782600012591
699 pages

The processes of the Americanisation of Europe and the moves of American firms abroad have been already well studied. But the very expansion of American firms in Europe still lacked a comprehensive survey. This book gathered two dozens of academics on an actual European level, which paves the way to comparisons, synthetised by leading business historian M. Wilkins. The breakthroughs achieved here concern the topics of timetable and rhythms of American FDIs in Europe, the patterns followed in each country, along with the specificities of each industry or service sector, and the strategy adopted by big firms. Beyond the facts, the immaterial aspects of this business history are scrutinised, especially about the perception of American firms by Europeans: firms' corporate image and identity...

The Sewing Machine
The Sewing Machine
Published by Capstone 2004
ISBN 073682670X,9780736826709
32 pages

Introduces the history and development of the sewing machine and explains how a sewing machine works.

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The fabric is a slate blue French terry with drawings of bows & arrows all over ... I sewed this with a mix of my sewing machine and my overlocker, but with such a stable knit, it would’ve been easy to sew entirely on the sewing machine if you don ...

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I finished making and attaching the lining today (French seams throughout, appropriately enough), using my new-to-me-but-very-far-from-new sewing machine 1, and it was a lovely experience. I even enjoyed the repetitiveness of hand sewing in the lining to ...

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French fashion designer Franck Sorbier draws his Spring-Summer ... working with his beloved parakeet "Lady" on his shoulder or perched perilously near the electric sewing machine needle. He funds his artistry-driven shows by selling seats to his ...


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