I have Bernina 1230 bought for my Grandmother new in 1986 or 87. She used it sporadically for about 2 years. When she passed I got the machine. It's in really pristine condition with about 21 different feet, a bunch of attachments. Everything is original Bernina including a Bernina Pin Buddy. I never used it. I lost my job a year ago and I want to sell it. Can anyone tell me what its worth? I would like to be a little more knowledgeable before I talk to some local dealers.
Any suggestions for a good, but inexpensive machine for traveling?
dixie_fried Donna H-M
Donna H-M dixie_fried
Originally Posted by psumom
This quilt started as 2-inch strips. Then it needed something more, so I added the machine applique flowers.
very nice quilt
This is a small quilt - 26" x 26". It has a 10" center appliqued block and 42 hourglass blocks that surround it.
I quilted this on my longarm machine and learned a valuable lesson about pressing the quilt top first.
I had a lot of difficulty quilting (small meandering) in the area where the hourglass blocks joined each other. If I went over the corner where they all converged, my machine lugged down and the stitches were small. If I went around them,
While at our beach house this past weekend, I went to the local quilt shop in search of some black/white fabrics to finish a project that I wanted to do for the local library. The block I am making is from "Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks, Vol. 4" magazine. I have three made for a wall hanging and need to finish the assembly and do the hand work.
It's always a nice time to visit with the owner who has become a good friend and to do some show and tell.
While I was showing
Mom recently passed away and left behind a quilting stand that my Dad made her. It is about 8 feet in length when put together. I would be willing to give it to someone if the could use it.
I have an item that I am very proud and excited to show off. I have been working on this little Lazy Susan Storage/Sewing Center for a couple of months with a group of quilters online. It all started with a request from a quilting board member to make a simple thread holder for hand quilting.
This is what we created:
A 14" Lazy Susan with 5 magnets. The magnets hold your Thread Caddy, thread spools, notion box, pin cushion and magnetic pin dish. All of these
Updated 04-01-2012 at 05:27 AM by harryb1834
I will be listing Quilting Events in Indiana, Ohio, Michigan for 2012.March 17
22st Annual Gathering of QuiltersKruse Automotive MuseumAuburn, INwww.noblenimblethimbles.com
Updated 03-31-2012 at 08:38 PM by craftybear
Dog Beds Free Patterns and Tutorials
Quilted Dog Bed:
Updated 03-31-2012 at 07:38 PM by craftybear