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Thread: Free Motion Slider

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    Moderator littlehud's Avatar
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    What a great idea. You are so creative.

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    Wow!! Great idea!!! Please be sure to let us know how it is working out for you when you FMQ! Thanks for the info! :)

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    What a great idea. I hope it works as well as the pricey one. Let us know.

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    If this works good for you I'll need to get one also even through my machine sets ontop of my sewing table , hope it would work for like mine to. :-D

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    What a great idea. I have a supreme slider and wish it were a little larger since my machine fits in to my cabinet and the flat sewing surface is larger. Thanks!!

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    Thank you so much! I am thrilled to know this and thanks for the great pics to go with.

    I just want to mention this stuff works fabulous in the oven as well. I work in a commercial kitchen and it sure makes quick work of an oven spill over.

    Laura

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    Thanks for a great suggestion and clever idea!! My Supreme Slider has needed replacing for quite a while and I'm anxious to try this. By following your instructions, I can get a larger and even more slippery surface at half the cost!

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    I wanted a table for my Viking machine to make machine quilting a bit less cumbersome, but the cost of the table through Viking was $200. Then at a quilt guild meeting I saw a home made table, this was made of MDF and painted. I enlisted the help of my hubby, and we purchased a piece of plexi glass, and 5 short table legs. Now I have a large table that fits my machine for under $30.00. It it's a bit rough around the edge that fits against the machine, but it serves the purpose. We quilters are quite resourceful aren't we.

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    Thanks for sharing that idea. I have used the oven sheet as a press cloth when doing fusible applique. Found mine at Menards for about $5.

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    Very clever. Amazing what quilters will discover. thanks for sharing

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