Originally Posted by flutefish
I have a Bernina 430 with the BSR foot, and I can't seem to get satisfactory results using it. As soon as I start moving the fabric, the machine goes off at a tremendous speed, regardless of the speed at which I'm moving the fabric, resulting in extremely small and generally pretty uneven and unattractive-looking stitches. This seems to happen no matter whether I'm in mode 1 or 2. I'm to the point where I've given up on it and gone back to doing free motion quilting with an old-fashioned foot, and
Originally Posted by Tricky
This is a quilt top I am working on for my daughter's partner.
The pattern is called Indian Hatchet--I found it in an old Patchwork book I found at a used book store. I adapted it to paper piecing and increased the size to a 12 inch block.
Does anyone know if the 2013 Sitges (Spain) Quilting Festival is going ahead this year in March. I am keen to get my flights sorted.
Originally Posted by tymia
God started an elderly ministry in the Ukraine with me. I need to raise money to visit yearly and help buy food and supplies for the senior citizens. I sew, but not great and need to be able to make something I could sell at craft fairs and etc. Does anyone have an idea. Please advise!
What are some of your ideas of where to make your quilt sandwich? I don't have a design wall and my table is not big enough. How do you make your quilt sandwich? I need help.
I am looking for patterns to make a Wizard of Oz quilt. I don't have any fabric yet - want the pattern before I go crazy fabric shopping. Any help?
Originally Posted by jolo
Im in too. It has been too long between the BOMs.
Originally Posted by MamaHen
I don't know about the Vensa, but we have a Toyota Rav4 and we just love it. Gets great fuel mileage around 28-30, comfortable to drive, perfect size. Only complaint we have is that the fuel tank isn't big enough at only a tad over 13 gallons, so we are always filling it up. We live at least 20 miles from any stoI have had a Venus for two and love it.re in any direction so we have put on the miles since we got her in 2009. Not a single problem with it. Toyota's seem to last a lifetime. So check
Originally Posted by Glenn
Cleaning solutions needed:
Solution One--4parts white venegar, 4parts boiled linseed oil, 4parts mineral spirits, 1part denatured alcohol and 3-4 drops of household ammonia.
Solution Two--4parts mineral spirits, 1part boiled linseed oil
Stept 1-- with a course lint free cloth(blue jeans is good) charge the cloth with Solution one and rub in a circular motion, turning a recharging the rag with solution one. Replace rag as it gets dirty. Continue until the whole is
I had been making doll clothes for Christmas and using some old nylon pieces -- thought I had tested them with my iron, but apparently it was just heating up -- instant melt away!!! Couldn't budge the gunk with anything and read on this site that ironing over salt on a plain white paper would work -- and it did -- thanks so much to whoever posted that tip. Saved my almost new Rowenta!!!