Originally Posted by rryder
Is your walking foot a traditional walking foot with the arm that clamps over the needle bar or is it one of those new fangled ones that Bernina, Brother, etc. are now calling dual feed?
It looks like your walking foot is pushing the top layer of fabric ahead of the bottom layer and batting.
If it's a plain old fashioned walking foot I can think of several things that might cause the problem, either the walking foot is not properly installed, your feed dogs are not up,
Originally Posted by maxnme01
I hope you enjoy these:
http://dsquilts.com/fabric_and_patterns.asp?PageID=1367 freebies at the bottom on the right
I just spent some days in the Port Charlotte Florida area and was terribly interested in this fruit/nut tree at our hotel. It was a solid ball/mass when picked and has opened as it dries. It is about the size of a tennis ball. Can anyone help me identify this ?
I bought this about 4 years ago for around $300. I used it once, but trying to use it today and my Bernina 630 does not recognize it. Help!
Originally Posted by mawluv
Haven't tried this ,but it looks like it would work!
Originally Posted by Up North
Here are some sites with free downloads.
This one has hundreds but you can't see them until
Originally Posted by Digitabulist
A table topper Christmas present. Kit had snowman buttons but I think I'd use small red buttons next time as the snowmen seem to blend into the background fabric.
I just put this hoop on my Bernina 830 and now cannot get it off. I called, and was told I have to have it professionally removed. Anyone else have this problem?
Originally Posted by Jeanne S
This is a great quick pattern for charity or a good beginner pattern for those looking for something easy with no seams to match.
1. Cut all fabrics (except sashing, see below #8) in 4 1/2" strips. This works well for scraps, FQ and yardage.
2. My quilt has 20 blocks, but can easily be made smaller or larger by adjusting the number of the blocks. As shown, this quilt is a generous throw size finishing at 58" x 72".
3. Your center square should be the same as
Christmas Spiderweb Quilt
78" x 78"
Quilters' cotton top and back/poly batting