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Thread: Did Your New Machine Transform Your Quilting?

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    Super Member Rose Marie's Avatar
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    I have a Sapphire 830 with a 10 in throat and it helped alot, it also has needle down another big help.
    But as I said before nothing is as good as a long arm so am having a table with a strait stitch delivered this Mon. I am so excited. Still not a long arm but works the same way, just a smaller area to quilt on.

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    I don't really see a long arm in my future, but would like to have another machine. I would like the stitch regulator, the needle down feature, a longer throat and the on off button that can be used instead of pushing the pedal. I think those features would be wonderful for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karenowc
    I would say yes. I was lousy at FMQ on my Bernina. Bought a mid arm and I love that once it's loaded, I have no problems with bunching or puckers. The backs look as good as the fronts. Also, I have the free motion control on the mid arm and it does a really nice even stitch.
    Karen, what mid arm did you buy? And, which stitch controller? I have a Nolting Fun Quilter with Intellistitch and am having problems with poor stitch quality.

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