One of my close friends lives in Germany & she has decided that she wants to learn to sew. She’s contacted me asking me what machines are a good starter & things like that.
I’m in Australia & looking around on the internet, there are a few brands (like AEG) that we don’t get in Australia that I know nothing about. Is there anyone in Germany that has any recommendations for a good starter machine for her?
Also in Australia, when you buy a machine the store will normally give you a 1-2 hour starter lesson, teaching you the very basics, do you know of any stores in Germany that will do this?
This is probably no help, but “lavable” in French/Spanish/Portuguese means washable.
I found garments on the German Burda website with lavabel suggested, a translator says…
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