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posted on Nov 30, 2010, 10 pm

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psudonym, Nov 30, 2010, 10 pm

Nearing that 100! I wonder... what should I do for the occasion? Maybe I'll make some answers.

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GabrielsThoughts, Nov 30, 2010, 10 pm

it works by stitching together two pieces of cloth, or by plugging it in. That is, unless it runs on batteries. Of course, if it's manual it requires kinetic energy transfer, in which case there is a peddle that powers the gears.

I wonder if anyone's made a steam powered sewing machine?

RazorD9, Nov 30, 2010, 11 pm

Powders fresh and the duck's a questioning!

BM03 (Guest), Dec 01, 2010, 12 am

I don't know the specifics to the sorcery but I am fairly sure it works pretty much the way your butt does Duck. How the HECK are you-- No. Nevermind. The answer will be too much for my feeble mind to comprehend.

By the way is that one of those little raccoon hats Duck's wearing or am I seeing things?

PrincessMandy, Dec 01, 2010, 12 am

NO. THE ANSWERS WILL RUIN EVERYTHING. D8

roxjey, Dec 01, 2010, 02 am

ugh... my family have a business of this
and i dont know the answer
i fail at life XD

Supersheep64, Dec 01, 2010, 05 am

Well the needle goes up and down and you push the fabric through it, and string is involved..... no wait, is it thread? hmmmm...

onehourpocky, Dec 01, 2010, 07 am

#100 = The brief appearance of Answer Cow!

Guest, Dec 01, 2010, 11 am

Yet he don't ask about MAGNETS.

sbdrag, Dec 01, 2010, 09 pm

i'm basic clothing... and really you can't explain it without and actually sewing machine present, so... yeah.

Schorhr, Dec 02, 2010, 12 pm

Go find out.
http://cgi.ebay.de/New-Mini-Handy-Clothes-Fabric-Sartorius-Sewing-Machine-/370366583063? pt=UK_CraftsCollect_SewingMachines_RL&hash=item563b919117

Alannaeowyn (Guest), Jan 30, 2011, 11 pm

I've looked this up several times....I believe the needle pushes a loop of thread through the fabric; a second thread is run through the loop, and the loop pulls tight around the second thread, which keeps it from just popping out uselessly. Thus are two pieces of fabric bound. I think.

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