Does anyone know if the embroidery attachment for the 440 will fit the 635? They are both about 2 year old machines. Thanks to everyone on quilting board - I love seeing all the awesome projects!!!
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Kitty, I agree that actual shopping is more enjoyable than internet & less expensive. Had good experience with El Burns & Clotilde web-sites but do most of my shopping at LQS. I live in a small town, rural area but am about 35 to 40 minutes to 3 small cities with several QS.
Hope your weather is turning cooler. It's been stifling hot & humid here too. FA predicts cooler than normal weather in Sept. Hope it's the same for your area. It must be nearly unbearable without AC!
I am new to this site. Actually just found it a couple days ago by total accident while surfing the web for free quilt patterns. I never knew a place like this existed !!! But now I'm hooked !! I have been a quilter for a several years, but have just recently began to do more of it. I also knit, crochet, and embroidery. I stay busy and are hardly ever bored.
I just finished piecing a table runner for my mom for Christmas. Haven't got any pictures yet. I will try to get a couple posted
Last year there was a "Noodle Swap" ( 2 1/2 strips like jelly rolls) that I took part in, I completed 1 quilt right away, then got working on this one - finally put it on my bed since I had planned it as a "Summer Quilt" thought I'd share, as the noodle swap prints were so nice, and I haven't seen another swap of this type - anyone else from that swap completed any quilts?????
The floral embroideries were something I saw on sale on the web - at the time I bought them I
I am interested in buying a sewing machine, for both sewing and quilting. I'm not a beginner, but my memory has been affected by chemotherapy so, I should get one that has ease of use as a feature, just in case. I will have to keep on learning how to use it, because my short term memory is that bad.
I'm expecting to pay about $600. If it makes a big difference, I can spend up to $1000 at the utmost, obviously prefer to spend less. If I had my desire, it'd be a dressmaker, quilting,
These were done just for conversation pieces! My son had moved to Las Vegas - so I wanted to remind him that he was missed.
Patterns and instructions from www.emblibrary.com.
This was made for a friend of my mom's - using the friend's husband's jeans. He had passed away several months previously and I thought it would be a good memory for her to have. Embroidery pattern and purse pattern from www.emblibrary.com.