Crafts-mas has come early this year thanks to our wonderful friends at Singer! I showed up this morning to discover 5 boxes full of sewing machines just sitting there, waiting to be unpacked. I didn't know what to do! I've never unpacked 5 sewing machines before. So, I immediately set forth to figure it out. And, of course, I documented the process in true Instructables fashion. Follows is how to unpack 5 very different and awesome Singer sewing machines.
Step 1: Make a Singer sewing machine pyramid
Before you can unpack the boxes, you first have to make a sewing machine pyramid. This is not really part of the unpacking process, but when is the next time you will have the chance to make a sewing machine pyramid? I mean, c'mon, really! This had to be done before any of the real work could start.
Sometimes you just have to ask yourself, 'What would Martha do?'
Step 2: Start at the beginning
I find it best to start at the beginning. So, with this in mind I started unpacking "The Professional" first. The reason for this, for those of you who are not constantly reminded by me on a daily basis, is obvious, I am a Professional. It is only fitting that a Professional should start off this undertaking by unpacking "The Professional."
Brake the seal and follow all of the directions on the box. This box directed me to avoid stepping upon the sewing machine, get an umbrella and a glass of wine. The first two were no problem, but I found it a little too early in the morning for wine. Instead, I substituted the wine for a glass of water from the tap. I then resumed my work.
Step 3: Unpack all the cool stuff
Unpack all of the cool stuff from the box. Admire it. Look at it. Cherish it. Smile.
And then violently "dispose of" the packaging out of the way. You have more important things to worry about.