hello .... does any one have this machine. If so what are the pros and cons. I am thinking about purchasing this machine Only thing stopping me is the price around $2799. is it worth the price?? I do a LOT of quilting and applique. Am trying my hand at free motion quilting. Need lots and lots of practice in that category, Thanks for any feed back.
I have a Pfaff grand quilter machine. I would like to get a frame that I can use this machine on as well as a stitch regulator. I don't know a lot about frames, but size is important . I will not be quilting king size quilts, but would like something that would accommodate crib size to queen. Any advise would be greatly appreciated. I would like to keep it at around $2 to $2,500. I have been to different sites but am having trouble finding what machines go with what frames. Help!
Can anybody identify this machine, this is the only photo I have
Originally Posted by azwendyg
Note to moderators: I think this qualifies as a tutorial so I'm posting this here, but if not, please move this post appropriately.
I figured out a technique for stippling/meandering that is working better for me, and I thought others who are struggling with this may be interested.
I've been FMQing for awhile now and feel pretty good at feathers and other designs, but stippling has baffled me from the start! Apparently I am so "Left-Brained" that I just couldn't
do you know where i can purchase a pattern for a Beagle?x
I'm new to quilting and went to a few local quilt stores to purchase fabric for a specific project. Even though I knew the person and the décor for the quilt I was making, the store owners/personnel kept telling/pushing me to fabric that they decided I needed. Very frustrating when all I wanted to do was shop the fabrics in the store. I've finally found 1 store that welcomed me to look thru their entire store and even pointed out the sale and clearance areas! I ended up buying several extra pieces
Originally Posted by Tartan
benson1, here is a picture of the block construction. After sewing the 45 *line, fold out the strip to make sure it is perfect before trimming away the extra corner fabric after the 1/4 inch seam.
Quilters cotton top and back/poly batting
Backing pieced with 7" squares
72" x 84"
I have recently acquired a Singer 201K23 to compliment my 401a and 1905 Model 28. All three machines sew like champs, but I do have a few little issues with the 201 & 401.
1) On the new 201 and occasionally the 401a, when I finish a seam, raise the presser foot, and pull the fabric away, the top thread, bottom thread, AND an extra loop of top thread come along with the fabric.
I was wondering if this has to do with tension problems or is something else and more
Originally Posted by AlvaStitcher
Well I put away my cry rag and put on my grown-up panties and went to the show. I wandered at will and just drooled and ooooed over all the beautiful quilts. It is a great show. Didn't spend much time with the venders as I didn't have the $$$ to spend. Registered for the grand prize of an Alaskan quilting cruise in 2017 and to win a Janome machine. Fingers crossed. Show continues thru Saturday. I did see a friend that I play MahJongg with and two ladies from our small guild. Overall....glad I went.