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Thread: Users of the Juki machine with grace frame

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    Senior Member janell2009's Avatar
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    I am looking for anyone who is using a juki sewing machine on a grace frame... Just wanting to bounce some things off of you... I am having some trouble with the bobbin tension that I am not sure I have figured out yet...

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    Super Member Quiltforme's Avatar
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    There is a wonderful yahoo group I belong too they Are quick to answer all your questions I have the setup but still learning.

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    Oh Thanks you so much for responding.. I have found the yahoo group but it is a member only group and I am waiting on my approval yet so I cannot see anything in the group as of yet.. I just signed up for it yesterday. I too am just setting it up and working on scrap fabric trying to get it to make beautiful stitches.. still working .. just wanting someone to talk to about it all..

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    Senior Member janell2009's Avatar
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    (!) Your membership is awaiting approval by the group owner
    still getting this message trying to get invited to the group..

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    Senior Member janell2009's Avatar
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    do you know how long it takes to get into the group?

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    Sorry it takes 24 hours approx. Mine was done the next day. It really is worth the wait. I can say that my tension issues were resloved once I figured out the thread. One thine to make sure when quilting is that your stitch length is set to zero and just keep at it. Make sure your foot is down. (dont ask it made for a good laugh though) just go slow and increase speed until you are comfortable. If you are getting eyelashes the top tension needs to be tighter. on top the the bottom. I hope this helps.

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