I am currently working on a quilt for my BIL and family. I have some FMQ and straightline quilting in it. The straight line quilting is stitich in the ditch and outline quilting on the Churn Dash blocks.
I am finding the walking foot "slips" off the shaft when I am pivoting. I have tightened the screws, etc. This is getting very tedious, and I still have many of the Church Dash blocks left to do.
As I pivot I make sure the needle is down, tension lever up, turn, put the tension lever back down, and I can tell by the sound it makes as it goes down whether or not the little lever on the walking foot is going to slip off the foot shaft.
I hope that makes sense!
What am I doing wrong in the pivot? Like I said, sometimes it is fine, and others, it seems like every pivot means I have to readjust the walking foot back on the shaft properly.
Other than that, I'm enjoying quilting the quilt! LOL