Originally Posted by nightquilter
Yesterday I posted a question about cloth leaders for quilting frames, and want to say "thank you" to all who answered my post.I have leaders that I made and have been using them for a year or so.They are well made and strong .My question now is are the printed one worth all the money? I thought this would be a good addition to my hobby, maybe help in loading and saving time by getting everything set straight quicker,but after looking and reading all the reviews I am now thinking will
Anyone have a free pattern for a quick and easy table runner, I can make for gifts? Thanks
Originally Posted by annievee
There are so many items that I would like to read again or use a tutorial. Is there an easy I can track this online instead of printing it?
I am a quilter who inherited my mother in laws long arm machine when she passed of cancer. The machine hasn't been used in 8 years and has been stored and protected in my basement. I never was taught the machine before she passed. I now want to start using it as I have a beautiful new sewing room now. I know this machine will need cleaned as well as need maintained too. I do not have a manual on this machine. I believe she bought it in 1995 ish. She wasn't able to quilt the last few years
I've had issues with my machine since I got it. I got so frustrated I wouldn't even look at it for a few month. The Instruction Manual is horrible. There is no support or additional instructions or videos on Juki's website. I regret buying it and it isn't even paid for yet. Can anyone explain how to thread the bobbin winder guide? I can't tell by the picture in the Instruction Manual and refuse to deal with the shop I purchased it from. Thanks
I am wondering what kind of iron do you use?? Which one is best for
all around ironing as well as for quilt piecing?? Not too expensive, as I
am on a very tight budget.. this board is so helpful, thank you !
Originally Posted by mermaid
You can get a new software program at www.bowsandclothes.com that is called 'combine design' for $10 that will give you a start. It allows you to bring in letters from a folder to spell names /words, add small designs....and save back to your folder to stitch out as a single design. It only works with .pes and only 4x4, 5x7, and 7x5, but hopefully more sizes will come later. There is a YouTube video to see how it works. I like it a lot for quick merging of letters for names., and I think it is
Originally Posted by L Pratt
Hi, I am Linda and I sew w/a Bernina 830. I mainly do embroidery, but also do some quilting. I am looking to vent about this "great" machine and see what problems and fixes you might have. Where do I do this ?? Today has been a very frustrating day with my wonderful machine. UGH. Thanks for all of you that are listening
I am looking for hand embroidery patterns for michigan lighthouses they are an older pattern thanks Mavis King
Originally Posted by sandyfullmer
I love my Janome Jem too. It's about 11 lbs. and is a little workhorse.
I want one of these little sewing machines!