Originally Posted by jaba
I went to a yard sale and liked this cabinet and want to refinish it. After I got it home looked more closely at what was inside and found that a Viking Husqvarna sewing machine was calling it home. On the machine plate it has 33-10. Serial # 16231-1738 Made in Sweden. Does anyone know any info on this or where to find it? I've googled and searched and can't find a thing. Any help out there would be appreciated. And what do I clean it with? It runs like a dream, nice and quiet and beautiful
Originally Posted by Helen S
Originally Posted by Kitsie
I'm doing Dear Jane, too!
I watched Sharon Shamber video on using "light weight foundation" (Pelon fusible on oneside) to applique and would never have tried without it! It stays on the piece and is easy to sew through.
I'm so glad you found a way to help you! Do you know who your vendor is and if she has anything on-line?
Here's the one I use.
Has anyone used a Q snap frame to hand quilt a quilt? If there is any advice please share it with me. I have a Double Wedding Ring hand pieced and fixing to hand quilt it soon. My 17x17 is smaller than block so I am switching them for a little longer to fit ONE entire block in frame so I can hand stitch one entire block at a time.
Any advise pleas share with me. Thanks!
Originally Posted by pacquilter
I posted this top on the scrappy thread a while back, but now I finally got 'er done.....
Originally Posted by DianneK
I quilted this quilt for one of our fellow board members...I hope she chimes in and takes credit! The top was beautifully pieced...a joy to work on! I used Hobbs polydown and Fil-techs Glide thread, which has a sheen and really works up well. I have a Gammill and it is custom quilted, no computer.
We are finally back from 'vacation' and my life is supposed to be getting back to normal. But ... instead, I am getting ready to hop on a plane with seven other people for a three-day trip to Disneyland! YAHOO!!!
I have a small quilting project - handwork on a wool applique wall hanging - to take with me for quiet times. I am not sure I will get anything done on it, but it will be there just in case.
I had to laugh at myself when I was getting ready - the last time I
Originally Posted by Neesie
Wow! After reading this thread, I'm glad I've never bought any pre-cuts, although I've often considered it! Seems to me, if the cuts are advertised as being a certain size, giving the consumer anything OTHER THAN that size should be considered false advertising. As for accusing others of being "unforgiving," I think that's being extremely unfair. It's not as if the company "made a mistake" by selling an inferior product. On the contrary, the company is aware of the problem
Originally Posted by qpg89
Is anyone else having the same or similer problems with their tin lizzie 18. My mother is practically devistated. She has had her's for almost a year. Absolutley loves it, but the stitch regulator has gone out 4 times, and other minor problems, the company has given her a hard time from the beginning saying it was her house, starting out blaming it on static electricity, to now blaming it on her wiring in the house. She has put humidifiers in the house, a static pad to stand on when she quilts,
Originally Posted by CoCoQuilter
Does anyone know what the comment that straight lines should be straight?? I like to enter quilts in fairs and other contest and have received the comment on different quilts. My most recent quilt came back with the comment in areas to improve "Long lines of lattice need to be straight". The lattice I am taking to mean the sashing of the blocks which are set on point. I cut the sashing on grain but they would sit in the quilt at a diagonal to the edge of quilt. Do they mean that
Originally Posted by Rose L
A while ago there was a thread about how the jelly rolls and some other strip pieces are cut unevenly from the mfg.
I was looking at the Hoffman Fabrics site today and found the following page that explains the reasons why this happens with their fabrics and a suggestion of how to correct it when sewing two strips together. It may answer some questions for you.