I have been drawing one hundred sewing machines. Sewing machines are extremely interesting to me and although I don't know how to operate them, they're intriguing. I've tried to understand the different kinds of stitches, but it's very complex and I really only imagine that a lock stitch will do me any good. I am an expert at a running stitch (hand sewing) and have used this stitch forever. Usually my patience runs out if I have to sew something eg. a button on a shirt, and I create my own technique which on close inspection looks like a mess. Even at distant inspection it looks a mess. Sewing machines have parts with names such as: spool pins, loop-takers, feed dogs, presser feet, needle bars, bed shafts. I hope I haven't overlocked anything.