Claire Shaeffer's Guide to Sewing Techniques by Claire B. Shaeffer

By Claire B. Shaeffer

The world over revered writer, lecturer, collage teacher and columnist Claire Shaeffer takes an indepth examine a number of stitching suggestions, from piped seams to buttonholes. step by step instructions and transparent illustrations make this an invaluable source for either starting and complicated sewers

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Hearing protection and respiratory protective equipment provided for most work situations are not covered by these Regulations because other regulations apply to them. 38 Eye protection and gloves in use What you must do: 1 Follow the training you have received when using any work items your employer has given you. 2 Take reasonable care of your own and other people’s health and safety. 3 Co-operate with your employer on health and safety. 4 Tell someone (your employer, supervisor, or health and safety representative) if you think the work or inadequate precautions are putting anyone’s health and safety at serious risk.

Many other units in use are derived from the basic SI units. 18). When dealing with some of these units or derived units, we need a way of describing very large or very small quantities. For example, I would not say that I live 24 000 metres away from where I work. I would say I live 24 kilometres away, normally written as 24 km. The ‘k’ is known as a multiplier and in this case you will see it has the value of 1000. Definition SI SI stands for ‘Système International’ (often described as the metric system).

The vehicle could roll or be driven off the end 2. You could bang your head on hard or sharp objects when working under the car 1. Ensure you use wheel chocks 2. Set the ramp at the best working height; wear protection if appropriate Working under a car on a jack The vehicle could fall on top of you The correct axle stands should be used and positioned in a secure place Compressed air Damage to sensitive organs such as ears or eyes. Death, if air is forced through the skin into your bloodstream Do not fool around with compressed air.

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