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  1. GramE's Avatar
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    Stunning. Love the colors!
  2. GramE's Avatar
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    Here's a you tube video with great instructions. The cutting & sewing part start at abou the 15 minute mark. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=OjyjNCNFa_0
  3. brileyc's Avatar
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    How do I thread the Montgomery Ward sewing get machine? I have been told it is made by National and us model S40
  4. Airwick156's Avatar
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    The scrap Dance Tango Mystery quilt is the one Im talking about
  5. sewblessed5's Avatar
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    Hi, I realize that this is an old post, but the best oil for your machine is tri-flow, available from Sew Classic.
  6. bneuen's Avatar
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    Beautiful quilt. It includes so many different blocks that have been put together very well. Colors are nice too.
  7. vwhit24's Avatar
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    This is lovely!!! Beautiful work.
  8. Clmay's Avatar
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    ​Did you look on Youtube.com?
  9. Cuttingedge's Avatar
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    Such a pretty quilt and I love the quilting
  10. brandy123's Avatar
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    The quilt is beautiful
  11. Patricia Drew's Avatar
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    I have had a TL 2010Q since April 2014. I have looked at the literature and the 2000 seems to have much the same features as the 2010. Maybe the 2010 has more attachments? In any event, if you are looking to upgrade from your regular domestic machine, without going to the expense of a $4,000-$5,000 machine, the Juki TL 2000 could be the machine for you.

    The extra space to the right of the needle makes a big difference. I have had no problems with tension. I am using my TL 2010 a lot for FMQ and it's great. I have used different weights of thread, and by experimenting with different size needles, I have had great results.

    Hope this helps.
  12. Judith1005's Avatar
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    ooo, even though it sounds like a LOT of work, It also sounds like a lot of fun. Your plan sounds very achievable. I know your looking forward to settling and starting your next big project.
  13. Judith1005's Avatar
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    Hello Marni, It looks like you've been a member of the quiltboard for a long time. I'm glad your experiences have been positive in the US. As with Canada, this is not always the case. But, I know the times we are living in now are challenging. It's all about perspective.

    I live in a MUCH larger town then you. So much larger and busier, that it sometimes makes it much harder to get to know the people around you. But, it's a good thing if you prefer more non commitment based relationships. (which I don't) But, I absolutely love living here. I've moved away a few times and always return. (I can't stand living anywhere else.) I live in Florida, about the middle of the state. No snow here today, lol, are anytime really, lol. But, the high winds we are having right now are a bit scary. Strange weather we have been having. I too am married since 1985 and have 2 children and 2 grandchildren. I don't get to see my grandchildren as often as I would like as they live in the North.

    I will be praying for you and hope that all will work out in a positive way. Have a great weekend. P.S. Your quilt store sounds heavenly.
  14. giquilt's Avatar
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    Fantastic that you are getting a clean surface/space to work in. Your before pictures are our current rooms.
  15. Connie Barber's Avatar
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    How do I get this pattern I have tried but haven't had any luck and it says free download but no luck.
    thanks
    Connie Barber
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    https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com...de995c858c.jpg

    http://caronmosey.com/2011/06/24/sew...are-triangles/

    I know exactly what you are asking for & of course I don't remember where I have stored that information. Here are a couple I found for you. Hope it helps.
  18. JANPIERSONS's Avatar
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    I really love the simplicity of the color choices and 2 block pattern. It inspires me to break away from "too busy" and try for excellent piecing and quilting. Also, all my quilts are quilted as blocks and then assembled, which would be lovely to make with a repeating pattern like this.
  19. brandy123's Avatar
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    Fantastic quilt. Love how colors blend

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