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Thread: My "Aha" moment

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdavis
    ...or maybe I should say, my "duh" moment!
    I bought my sewing machine before I ever started quilting. Have been quilting now for about 9 years, I guess, and I just discovered I have a 1/4" foot in my tool kit! Argghh!!!!
    This is where I wished we had a "like" button. I did the same. Just discovered my 1/4" foot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdavis
    ...or maybe I should say, my "duh" moment!
    I bought my sewing machine before I ever started quilting. Have been quilting now for about 9 years, I guess, and I just discovered I have a 1/4" foot in my tool kit! Argghh!!!!
    stop it...I just spit my cheeto out......

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    lol..I found the thread cutter my accident. Pulled the square up and "accidently" cut the thread and thought OMG what have I done now. Use it all the time now.

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    Don't feel bad quilters.... I use to give support for one the computer companys and a customer called stating that HE hit the help key and no one showed up.lol :roll:

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    I just checked and believe I have one, never knew what it was for, that would require finding the manual to read it lol

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    I know the feeling about going out and getting a Quilting foot 1/4, them finging out you have. One has a single hole for the needle and the one that came with the machine has a hole fo the double needle set up....gheezzz

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdavis
    ...or maybe I should say, my "duh" moment!
    I bought my sewing machine before I ever started quilting. Have been quilting now for about 9 years, I guess, and I just discovered I have a 1/4" foot in my tool kit! Argghh!!!!
    :lol: Many people assume that the foot that was attached when they first purchased it IS a 1/4 inch. It's only after things don't quite fit right, when they start thinking to test it out or just plain give up the whole plan in frustration.

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    hey, with the money you saved, go buy fabric! (didn't read all posts, hope this isn't just a repeat message)

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    Geez, no worries! There's always that little zipper pouch filled with little gizmo's that no-one knows what to do with! There might even be a can-opener in there!

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    It just takes some folks a smidge longer LOL

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