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CommentManual for Janome New Home 580 and 581 sewing machines comment by juneHits | Last Modified 2015-11-12 Hi, I also have a Janome 180 but it looks different from yours. Where yours is dark on the front mine is red so I had to look twice, but I think all the knobs and buttons are the same. I downloaded the manual some years ago but I was hoping to get the rea...
MiscDesign - Band 6Hits 1480 | Last Modified 2007-06-19 One of many tattoo style designs I drew whilst without a computer back in 2003.MiscWine BottlingHits 4847 | Last Modified 2007-05-16 Once your wine has stopped fermenting, you should bottle it. How do you know when your wine has stopped fermenting? It should be (mostly) clear, and the level of water in the fermentation lock should stay level, indicating that there is no pressure inside the jar - no bubbles pass through it any longer. If you've had your wine in your bedroom cupboard, you'll know it is ready because you'll miss the little plop-plop noise it used to make.ArticleHP Officejet 6310 ChatHits 63150 | Last Modified 2007-05-17 I bought an HP Officejet 6310, and had some problems. This is the online conversation I had for 'support'
MiscClemenceau CocktailHits 2575 | Last Modified 2007-05-17 Another of my favourites, perfect for a sunny afternoon on a shady veranda.NewsHow to make Absinthe, the easy wayHits 20946 | Last Modified 2008-05-21 This recipe is based on a few on the net that I found, and merged into one. The active ingredient, Wormwood or Absinthium (Artemisia absinthium) can be found in specialist shops, mail-order, or on a holiday to North Africa, for example.ArticleFPA ScreenplayHits 2960 | Last Modified 2007-05-23 A forgotten screenplay for a book that was never finished. it was too complex for a first book, I think.