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  1. tessagin's Avatar
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    Since felt erasers were used to remove chalk from the chalk boards that would have been the move to use but maybe a stiff make up/ paint brush would work.
  2. ntransue's Avatar
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    You can try 5 water to 2parts vinegar then let it air dry
  3. splashy's Avatar
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    Sorry, I don't have a suggestion for this case. But I always use "stone" tailor's chalk for everything. You can just wipe it off. Any remnants will be gone in wash or dry cleaning. I hope someone has a better idea for your current situation though.
  4. Mkbrdmt's Avatar
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    I am looking at the Intellistitch stitch regulator which can be added. Check their website!
  5. Quiltergirl's Avatar
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    Before my mom purchased her first quilting machine, she actually drove out from Ohio to Iowa to see one for herself & meet Jeff Jochims & has had one every since and said that she'd never buy anything other than an apqs machine.

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