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Thread: Video Tutorial - FMQ - Tension and Speed

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    Video Tutorial - FMQ - Tension and Speed

    This video tutorial covers adjusting upper thread tension, hand and foot speed, and quilting on marked lines.

    I am only offering my personal opinion on each topic and giving my personal opinion on the pros and cons of each method. I am not attempting to sell any individual product, nor am I paid to persuade you to use any specific product ( Anyone what would like to offer me large sums of money to do so can contact me thought *wink* )


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    Thank you so much for these tutorials. You have touched upon many things that have been ignored by other tutorials on FMQ. I have just requested to follow your website.
    Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.

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    Thank you for your reply ! I am not a professional by any means, I just have alot of ideas and thoughts LOL. This board has been such a great help to me in learning, I wanted to give back now that I felt I had something to offer in return !
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    I also am self taught and like your videos.
    Like you, I like different colored threads in the top and bottom.
    You have given me things to work on.
    Thank you.

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    no video, what happen? Thank you for your help, michele

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    Quote Originally Posted by emt2004 View Post
    no video, what happen? Thank you for your help, michele
    It might be your browser that is not letting you view it perhaps ? I am using Firefox and can see it fine.
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    Thank you, thank you, thank you! I do believe you've found "what you're supposed to be doing" -- and you do it so well. I love your easy going, natural approach to quilting so very much. I've got you running in the background while I do the sewing I need to do for my business (not quilting) and I feel like I have a wonderful knowledgeable friend visiting with me today.
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    Thanks you so much for taking the time to do this for us! Very well done and easy to understand. What I really appreciate is the fact that you take the time when doing the stitching to make sure we can follow along. I have watched many video tutorials on this and the biggest pet peeve is that the person is zooming along so fast I can't follow the design path.

    This was video 3? Yikes, I need to go find lesson 1 and 2. I can imagine they are both just as great as this one. I will be bookmarking these. Thanks again!

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    Is there sound in your videos? I went to youtube to watch them, but no sound.
    :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by CAS49OR View Post
    Is there sound in your videos? I went to youtube to watch them, but no sound.
    Yes they all have sound with the video, both here and on YouTube. Perhaps your speakers are muted or came unplugged ?
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