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Thread: Wish me luck....Please....

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    Diamonds,
    You worked yourself into a tizzy, didn't you? You'll get it right when you relax and just remember that it's enjoyment you are having! You'll do it beautifully, just let the pressure wash away...
    Hugs,
    Sharon

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    Hello Dawn! How did it go?? I know your quilt turned out beautiful!

    Renae :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renae McClain-White
    Hello Dawn! How did it go?? I know your quilt turned out beautiful!

    Renae :D
    I am sorry but it didn't :( I am glad I used an estate sale quilt..

    Mimisharon you are right.. I did work myself up into a tizzy... I even made myself sick over the whole episode...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diamonds
    Well it was a waste of time... I could not get the thread adjusted right on the new machine... I purchased a Singer Simple and I can not find the instruction manuel :( I am so disgusted I could scream...
    Have you looked online for instructions? DH finds tons of instruction manuals online when he needs help with something.

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    DJ I did look online and I could not find any... Even overseas..

    I know they are not totally lost... The problem is I am getting ready to move and some things including my quilting supplies, manuals and equipment are packed... I only kept out the projects I am working on and put the rest into storage..

    I will wait and try again when the move is completed... Put my sewing area back together.. Find the manual and do it with a glass of wine in my hand :lol:

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    Sorry to hear about the troubles you had, Dawn. I found a copy of the manual online, just in case it doesn't turn up after your move. http://www.scribd.com/doc/2384747/Si...Machine-Manual

    If that one's not right, try this one and enter your model number. http://safemanuals.com/user-guide-in...0@@%20107W5-_E

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