The Fab-U-Motion I got with my Viking sewing machine. I thought it would improve my FMQ but I do better without it.
Probably my two worst items were the Flynn frame (I eventually sold it - I actually think it must work great for hand-quilting, but I quilt by machine), and the Simplicity Rotary Cutting machine. Oh, I also have the pounce but can't seem to get it to mark correctly... must be "operator error." LOL
I agree with the specialty rulers being a bust of a buy. The quilts in the booths look great but then I get home and can't figure out how to use them.
I do take TONS of pictures and enjoy looking at them for ideas for the future!
I spend more $$ when DH comes along than if I just go with girlfriends!
Oh, where do I start.</SPAN>
The tool to put binding on, by martelli -- never worked as good as at the show.</SPAN>
Ergonomic rotary cutter -- just doesn't fit my hand like it did at the show.</SPAN>
Didn't buy mine at a show, but did see them there after I bought mine. Viking Mega Quilter and frame.</SPAN>
This has been a very interesting thread. I am surprised, though, that so many have not liked their Accuquilt Baby/Go. I love my Go. I got it new at a garage sale, have bought all my dies for very good prices. I do know there was a learning curve for me, I had to learn to starch and press the fabric very well before 'loading' the Go. Otherwise, I have had no problem and love my Accuquilt Go.