Does anyone have an Innova long arm? Can you share what you like / Don't like about it? Would you recommend it?
I am new to this website and have been a quilter for 25 years. I do mostly hand applique and started doing more piecing these past few years. I always seem to have trouble designing and then picking out my colors. I was looking into Electric Quilt 7. Do any of you use it and do you have any information to share on it? Do you think it is a good program for quilters?
Any information shared is very much appreciated. Thank you for letting me join!
I just purchased a 2011 HQFusion w/ ProStitcher software. Suggestions as to where I can find beginner training videos/tutorials vs. attending a class in Utah? Thanks, all!
Originally Posted by Caroline S
I will be doing this one also. My colors have been pulled from stash but I am rather short on pinks and neutrals. Drat! I will have to go to the LQS and pass Lowes on the way.
Love your colors
My DH needed to go to HD to pickup an item to repair our RV. Last minute I said to wait a minute, you can drop me off at Joann's. I haven't been there since early June when I was making a flower girl dress for my youngest DGD for my first DGD's wedding.
So I spruced up and jumped into the car and we drove the 11-12 mile trip. We both have cell phones so I expected him to call me in a half hour or so when he returned to the Joanns parking lot.
I walked around for quite
Can you embroider multiple lines of text on this machine? How difficult would this be?
I found this book on the Quilt Search Engine for 23 + change & shipping .
Originally Posted by redneckwoman
Very pretty but the book is a little costly
Originally Posted by Mariposa
Wow! Fun cabinet for all that lovely thread!!
What a great configuration. I keep my serger thread in two large Christmas wrap type bins under the bottom shelf, which works for me because I seldom use it. I will keep it mind for my quilting cones. Thanks.
Originally Posted by buntcake49
Yes, I have one. I bought it used about 10 years ago and it is still running great. I wasn't sure I was going to like embroidery but I got hooked I make all kinds of gifts with it and it has been traveling with us in our trailer. Basically, where ever I go, my 1+ goes with me. I ended up purchasing a used Designer I about 5 years ago so that I can make larger designs since the 1+ only does 4" by 4" field. You can obtain many free designs off the internet as well as purchasing
Originally Posted by DeneK
Has anyone else watched this video? I watched about 45 minutes yesterday and will probably finish watching it in a few days (I have to be careful how much bandwidth I use -- my internet provider will shut me down to a crawl if I over-extend). I am totally convinced that doing everything she suggests would result in perfect piecing, but I cannot imagine doing it for a whole quilt. Maybe a block or two to test a pattern, but jeez -- too tedious for me.
Does anyone here take that