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Thread: Getting ready for my LA!

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    Senior Member Judi in Ohio's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by kimg View Post
    Folks....My Bailey long arm should come sometime this week. I am super excited. I was just wondering if there are some things that I need to get in order to set up and use my new system. Are there any accessories that I will have to have? I purchased the entire 17" package including frame and stitch regulator. I think there will be a DVD to help set it up and I am also supposed to get the muslin leader thing. I have lots of things pieced to practice on. Most of them are UFO's and small projects. Is there a type of batting and backing that works best? I want to have what I need so that I can get going. I know that I need to sew a little with the machine just on a small table first so that I get the feel of it. I appreciate anything you all can tell me that might help me get started. You all are GREAT!
    I've had my long arm one year. The best thing I bought was the red snappers for holding your quilts on. Google Red snappers, Renae has YouTube video's on how to use. I LOVE them!
    Judi in Ohio

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    Senior Member Tashana's Avatar
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    Welcome to the club! I have been staring at the boxes of my Bailey and my Majestic frame for weeks now. I think I have become numb with excitement. First there was Sandy, and than Nor'easter, no power, etc. The power is back, the cleanup is almost done and I will set her up this week even if I don't sleep. Yeeeepeeee for your new Bailey.

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    amh
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    You are going to absolutely love your Bailey's. There will be a learning curve, but you will love it.
    Aileen
    Saskatoon SK Canada

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