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Where to start!
Olfa rotating mat. Still in the package.
Pounce - I have Asthma, it is a powder. My head was elsewhere that day!
Judy Martin's Point Trimmer. I found it, still in the package, behind some...
Magic Bobbin Washers.
June Taylor Shape Cut - I can see myself bleeding if I try to use this.
Small light box - never used.
Accuquilt Go - the machine only. I sold it but kept my dies and bought a Sizzix Big Shot Pro. I love my set up. The Go dies work with the Sizzix, they are made well and are accurate, plus I can find them on sale when I need one I don't have. The Sizzix machine handle is so much easier to turn. The only draw back is it has to be out on a table since it doesn't fold - but it doesn't slide or move either!
Add a 1/4 rulers.
Add a 1/4 double pencil pain in the hind end thing.
Those are what come quickly to mind. I'm sure there are more stuck in drawers and cabinets.
Best purchase has been a Clover refillable chalk liner. I love the little thing.
Last edited by Mitch's mom; 12-23-2012 at 06:20 AM.
marti michelle templates did not work for me.
I bought a Brother SE400, which is a combo sewing/embroidery. I love both aspects of the machine. But, big but here, when I bought it I didn't realize it had only a 4x6 embroidery area. I'm very limited in what I'm capable of doing with the embroidery.
Why do the ones with Pounce not use it. That was somethng I wanted to try?
I have now purchased 2 Brother sewing machines with 80 or more built in stitches. I love the automatic needle threader and the push button on/off so I don't have to use the pedal to sew. My compliant is that the first one had the motor freeze up after 2 years. I took it back to Costco and they replaced it (thankfully!) and now 2 years later my Brother is beginning to make a grinding sound. I just don't think they are made for heavy duty sewing. I can't find anyone that works on them.
I'm replacing it with the $500 Viking that has the same features but fewer stitches. I use very few decorative stitches and I trust the Viking quality.
I love the Accuquilt Go! but I have arthritis and it really helps with cutting.
I don't like Pounce, The Simplicity strip cutter/ or the June Tailor strip template.
My Grace frame for hand quilting was a huge waste of money.
Adapt! Improvise! Overcome!