Sewing Machine dream meaning
  

Sewing Machine
To see a sewing machine in your dream, denotes that economizing will help you through difficult times. (read all at source)

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Sewin, sewing basket, sewing kit, sewing machine, sewing needle, sewing room, sewing-machine operator, sewing-machine stitch
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The sewing machine Elias Howe invented the sewing machine in 1845. He had the idea of a machine with a needle which would go through a piece of cloth but he couldn't figure out exactly how it would work. (read all at source)

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Upon awaking, Howe instantly recognised the dream had solved the problem to his proposed sewing machine. That is, via placing a hole at the tip of the needle, the thread could be caught after piercing the material. (read all at source)

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It might be an invention that could benefit many (the sewing machine needle was invented from a dream). At the least, your techno dream will reflect back to you how you are feeling about the technology in your life. (read all at source)

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- Elias Howe invented the Sewing machine after a creative dream
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- Dream symbols - mansion and elizibethan ghosts dressed elegantly
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You are sewing.
Using a sewing machine.
You are sewing an outfit.
You are sewing a button. (read all at source)

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Sewing Machine - a sign of rapid unwinding of the new business, which immediately pay back funds invested in it.
To dream of a typewriter - in reality will settle a dispute or quarrel quarrel between friends; work on a typewriter - in minor amounts for the large amount of work. (read all at source)

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The dreamer (Elias Howe) was trying to invent the first sewing machine. Being forced back in symbolised the action in which the sewing machine worked. He was visualising a crucial aspect of the machine - this insight helped him build the machine. (read all at source)

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