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Thread: machine embroidery quilt question

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    Super Member knlsmith's Avatar
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    I will be getting my 9500 this weekend or next weekend. My question is are there any good tutorials or links telling how to use 1 pattern and link it over n over say for like a border?

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    you manual may provide some tips. also check the manufacturer's website for user tips, lessons, or user forums.

    search the internet using google or similar search engine. you will probably find tons of info.

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    Your manual should be the place to start. Did you buy it from a dealer? If so they should be able to help you with any needs you have.

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    yup, got it from a dealer. i can't wait!! *squeal* I already bought a few spools of basic color thread.

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    You should take some machine mastery classes, for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candace
    You should take some machine mastery classes, for sure.
    What's that? Is it embroidery machine specific?

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    Your dealer should offer you classes on learning your machine. IMHO they're critical for learning all the features of your machine. A manual will give you guidance, but you need hands on. Every machine is different.

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    Good choice Templets and the cloth setter you can place anything correctly

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    Super Member knlsmith's Avatar
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    Just called the dealer..... GUESS WHAT I AM DOING AT 9 AM!?!?!?! *A GREAT BIG SQUEEEAAALLL**


    Sorry, just so excited! And no, I am not a 12 year old girl squealing. LOL

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