I hate drawing the lines for designs, I always wonder if the ink is going to come out of the fabric. The Frixion Pens have been working for me too. Has anyone found letting it stay on the fabric too long is a problem. It will probably take me a while to finish the King quilt I am on now.
My classes are there also hope you find yours
Just checked and I actually have 21 classes and they are all there for my viewing.
Judy in Phx, AZ
Wow. I sure hope you have heard from them by now, just saw your post. I have approx 15 classes with them I think 6 were free ones...guess I best check on them.. Hope your issues are resolved.
Judy in Phx, AZ
I got one too! My DH really surprised me. I've had all of them, but the 12000 was the worst. I'm hoping this one will be another 9000 or 11000.
Thanks all for your input!
I have the chair that Nancy Zeiman sells at Nancy's Notions. It has a high back which is adjustable, lumbar adjustment, height adjustment, seat adjustment and has a ring on the base to put your foot or feet on. If memory serves me correctly, I think it adjust in 5 locations - comes in many colors and different wood trim. It's a good chair for the money. I have a bad back and it works great for me.
I hate chairs with wheels. They nearly always have five legs and the extra one just gets in the way when I am sewing and as you say they move around.
Since I am the only one who will be using it I just like a normal 4 legged chair that is just right for me - it doesn't have to be adjustable since it just needs to be comfortable for me. I do use cushions on it for support - at only 4ft 11ins and short waisted many chairs are just not made for my body shape and very uncomfortable!
I have an adjustable office chair on wheels, I like that it is adjustable and I can easily roll it out of the way, BUT when I lean forward the tiniest bit it rolls back, seems like I am always scooting forward! Grrrr! I wonder if someone makes one that the wheels lock when it is sat upon?
Lucky you! I think you have a very good idea. If the towels are thin you might want to back them with something.