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March 2 2007 Sewing Newsletter

Author - Tom Stock, from

A warbler moves
From branch to branch,
Tree to tree,
A summer voice in the Pine Barrens.
I stop, look toward zit zit zit notes
High in the canopy.
I get only glimpses of a tiny, olive-yellow bird
About its business.
The pione warbler hides in heavy cover
Of bushy pine needles,
Teases me with a voice
Whose trill, fine as silken thread,
Runs off a bobbin of an old sewing machine.

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By now, most home sewers would know what a serger (overlock machine) is and what it does – trims, stitches, and overcasts a seam edge all at the same time. A serger is a type of sewing machine, with attitude.

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