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Thread: Covering feed dogs for free motion quilting

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    Hallelujah I just found the darning plate!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blzzrdqueen
    Hallelujah I just found the darning plate!!!!
    Yaaaaaaaaa. Now you'll have to come back and show us your project your working on. Have fun.
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    [quote=bjnicholson]
    Quote Originally Posted by blzzrdqueen

    Or, use the other side?
    Best laugh I've had today.

    Just brilliant!

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    Yeah!!! problem solved!! :)

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    That would be a good way to cut down on spending! LOL :D

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    You people always have the best ideas.

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    thanks for all the suggestions -- I am using a borrowed machine while I am here and teaching the owner how to quilt. The feed dogs don't drop and I'm going to try the plastic top to cover the dogs. Does it clog or wear down the dogs at all??
    Mim

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    I have a machine that the feed dogs do not go down, so I use the advertising CDs that come in the mail or a CD that is old. Just tape over the feed dogs and you have a ready made hole for your needle to do thru. Works great for me.

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    I have a machine that the feed dogs do not go down, so I use the advertising CDs that come in the mail or a CD that is old. Just tape over the feed dogs and you have a ready made hole for your needle to do thru. Works great for me.

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