If you’re like most of us, you probably have a sewing machine in your home.
The Amazon Sling Machine is the most popular of the bunch, and the only one with a full-size fabric backing.
The machine is basically a small box with a fabric backing on it.
But for some reason, the machine also comes with a sewn-on fabric backing, too.
If you want to sew on a fabric, you just need to flip it over, and then use a sewing needle to sew the seam down the fabric.
The sewn fabric can be attached to the machine, too, and it’s a great way to customize your machine.
I’ve made my own sewing machine out of a pair of scissors, a needle, and some paper towels.
You can buy all sorts of things to make your own sewing machines, from a basic sewing machine to a more sophisticated version.
So, let’s make one.
Step 1: Start with a piece of fabric.
I used a black felt blanket.
If your fabric is a bit more durable, you could also buy some old jeans.
Step 2: Sew the seam.
Sew the sewn seam on the back of the fabric, starting from the bottom and going down the length of the machine.
The seam will go all the way down the back.
You should be able to see it on the bottom of the box.
If it’s uneven, just slide the needle up and down.
Step 3: Flip the machine over.
The front side will now be the fabric backing you need.
This will look like this.
There should be a couple of small holes in the top.
Use a sewing knife to poke around the holes, and you should have a nice seam.
It will take a while to get this seam to look right.
You may want to cut a hole in the fabric if you’re worried about making a hole.
Step 4: Pin it in place.
Now, you can sew the fabric around the top of the sewing machine.
You will probably want to put the needle in the hole that the seam has been poked in, so you can pin it.
You’ll have to take the sewing needle out once you have the seam pinned.
I also did a few small things to the seam in the bottom.
I added a piece that looks like a zipper.
You don’t want the zipper to fall off, so I left the zipper in place and pinned it.
I even pinned it in a spot where I could see the seam at the top and bottom.
Step 5: Cut the fabric again.
You won’t be able the seam again.
I tried to make it as flat as possible, but I’m not sure how well that worked.
I did a couple extra stitches here and there to make sure the seam was in place, but it didn’t look perfect.
Step 6: Sew your machine on.
The top of your sewing machine should now look like the picture above.
The bottom of your machine should be just like the photo above.
You now have a seam on your machine that you can attach to fabric.
This is the back side of the seam you just made.
You just need a few stitches on the front side to secure it.
Step 7: Attach your sewing needle.
Attach the sewing thread to the front and back of your fabric.
You might need to put some glue in the seam to hold it in.
The sewing needle is the only way to attach your sewing thread.
You’re going to be using it to sew a zipper on the inside of the top side of your sewn machine.
Attaching the sewing threads to fabric should make things easy later.
Step 8: You can now attach the fabric to the fabric back.
It’s a little trickier, but if you look closely, you’ll see a few little dots on the fabric that will help you sew the zipper.
The back side will look something like this once the fabric is attached to it.
Once it’s all sewn, just flip the machine up.
This time, you should be ready to sew.
Step 9: Attaching a zipper to the top layer of fabric will look a little different, but you can use the same technique to attach a zipper inside your machine and then attach it to the back to sew it on.
Step 10: Repeat the process for the back layer.
Step 11: Attached.
You’ve got a sewing piece that you’re going a little more adventurous with than you would with the front, so keep that in mind when you sew it.
The zipper is going to stay on the top, so make sure to attach the front of the sewed machine to the side of fabric you are sewing it to.
You want the front to be flat, and don’t have the fabric sticking out like it did in the front.