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  1. ntransue's Avatar
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    I have a Pfaff machine, have had it for years and love it.
  2. ntransue's Avatar
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    Go on google put in pleasant Valley Creations, I found it there just now $9.00 or type in picnic party quilt pattern and it comes up
  3. bungalow59's Avatar
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    I highly recommend this model as well. I have 3 Pfaff machines and they are reliable, easy to use and have great features. Good luck!
  4. Seven Stars's Avatar
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    Just found quilt with very close design at
    https://civilwartalk.com/threads/the-quilt-trail.76615/
    Made by a Louisiana Lady during the Civil War and called the Confederate Star Quilt within her family.
    Am I wrong to believe the same lady made my quilt?

    Any information related to Seven Star/Seven Sister/ Confederate Star Quilts welcome..
  5. SBitters's Avatar
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    I have several Pfaff machines. My daughter has the one you are looking at and she loves it. I love Pfaff machines and would highly recommend them. With the IDT you don't have to have a separate walking foot which makes it wonderful.
  6. lynnie's Avatar
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    my friend's sister did hers. it was different designs in different areas.she even did 1/4" pebbling. the design won a ribbon too. good luck.
  7. Judith1005's Avatar
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    Absolutely gorgeous!! You did a fantastic job. And, I love the different size rows. Enjoy your quilt this Fall!
  8. Austinite's Avatar
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    what about a large apron? Aprons are super simple to make and you can make it high and wide in the front and it won't be quite as dorky as a bib. I would do a cotton fabric on the top at least, you could back it with synthetic if you want, if it's something too slick on top then a spill will roll right off it and onto her dress, you want more of a sacrificial type thing it seems.
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    Love my brother. You just have to try them out to see what works for you.
  11. maycharlie's Avatar
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    I have found that in many times that you might be using the wrong bobbin for the machine. I have found this three to four times with my sewing buddies.. and twice they didn't have the machine threaded right.. and YES they said Oh.. I thought all bobbins fit if they fit in the hole!!
  12. Corky's Avatar
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    Clean out the bobbin area. You might have some lint that is causing the tangles. Make sure you are threading it correctly and the tension is set right. Make sure your needle is in all the way and that the pressure foot is down all the way (that machine has two lift settings for the pressure foot)

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