I own a Janome 6600 sewing machine. Did any other owner of same machine have a problem with the bobbin case? After using the scissors on the machine my bobbin case jumps out. Could it be that the bobbin case has been worn down?
Hi there..I'm looking for some new friends in Australia to chat to and maybe swap some goodies.
Kind of isolated where I am so give me a shout out soon.
Hugs to you all.
Originally Posted by southernmema
I was searching for a pattern for the apron Si "made" on Duck Dynasty for Miss Kay and ran across this. It has a myriad of free patterns plus alot of other info. Check it out. Quilting Inspiration.
I am looking for dimensions for the 5 minute blocks made by Suzanne of design originals. I do know you have to make the middle one 1/4" wider or the v is not the right size when open, she said she uses 10 ", is that when finished or before she cuts. I hope someone has the sizes of the 3 materials.
I am looking for a pattern of a picture I downloaded sometime in the past few months. The quilt was called Jungle Stars and was featured in Quick and Easy Quilting Magazine, June 2002, Vol 24. I have only been quilting for 8 months. Have no clue where I got this. I downloaded it from somewhere. I googled with no success. Anyone with a link, could you share?
My first lap quilt; beginner quilter.
Well almost done with the house, just have one cupboard to have put in and all the doors on them then done for a while. Will be so nice after a year of having contractors in and out to have the house to ourselves.
I have some updates as to my sewing room, I now have 4 lovely 221's,
#1, Zelenka (little green one) she is a shimmering green, 2-27-47
#2 Keaira (little dark one) she is black 6-18-48
#3 Brigit she is a lovely shimmering blue 5-4-53
I am in a quandery. I have a quilt "business". What we do is create quilt kits (fabric choices) out of our extensive inventory of fabric which comes our way by thrift shops, quilt shops, fabric shops on-line, and the majority through quilter's stashes-Buy-outs...I keep costs down in order to expose more people to the hobby.
Up till this point, I have only done quilt shows. Several people wanted me to put my one of a kind kits on-line to purchase.
Originally Posted by TnBecky
Here are some links that have been posted on the "Board. I hope this helps you out.
Originally Posted by azwendyg
I just finished basting a quilt sandwich to get it ready for freemotion quilting on my domestic machine.
Althouth I often spray-baste on smaller quilts, when they are bigger and harder to handle, I prefer to thread-baste so everything stays in place better, and I don't have to worry about the glue coming loose and the sandwich shifting while I'm quilting.
There are a couple of key factors that I LOVE about this method of basting:
1. There is NO crawling around