I got a 15-91 on ebay for $190, it is absolutely in perfect condition, I have the receipt, barely used grease tub, button holer instruction book all like they were barely used. I took it to my local sewing repairman, he was stunned, he said he had NEVER seen an old machine more like new than this one. It stitches perfect. Love it.
Originally Posted by MamaBear61
My daughter made this one and it turned out super cute!
Originally Posted by sew_Tracy
Lots of hand sewing since I quilted each block individually. So many mistakes...ugh!
How much for the green fabric bowl? Tks. GiGi
This is the sherbet colored quilt I am speaking of.
I finished my sherbet multi color quilt top, I plan on machine quilting, mostly stitching in the ditch around squares. I don't know what color thread to use. I had an off white attached for backing. If I use off white it will look less than good (I think) but will be better for the back, if I use one color that matches most of the quilt top, it will look lousy on the back. Should I use off white in the bobbin, and color on top? Should I use one color to quilt the entire top? I have always used
I'm fairly new to this board even though I joined few years ago. It looked a bit complicated so maybe I got lost. I've just finished reading all 120 pages of the last mug swap over the last couple of days. Today I only had to read 20. I feel like I have a few kindred spirits on here ...and Im not going to tell you who you are lol. I'm so glad I have found my way back. I've signed up for a few of the latest swaps and I'm going to tackle them one at a time now I know my way around. OHHH what I have
After too many months of computer & health issues, I'm glad to be back here with my friends. Can't wait to get started in more swaps. I've missed all my friends here.
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Originally Posted by mike'sgirl
Spray the fabric on one side and then press till dry on the other side. This makes sure that the starch gets into the fabric.
Thank You, I will try this.