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Melbourne Alternative Crafters Message Board › Where can you plug in your sewing machine for free?

Where can you plug in your sewing machine for free?

Chera L3ee c.
user 91431772
Melbourne, AU
Post #: 1
Im living in my van right now with three cats and need an outlet for frustration (so I dont become the crazy cat lady), I miss using my sewing machine! Wondering if anyone knows of any churches or community centers were you can take your machine in and work somewhere for free or a small fee.
A former member
Post #: 23
Have you tried Thread Den? You can go use their machines for $10 an hour (it's not cheap but it's a nice option)

I'll keep my eye out for other places you could go.
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