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  1. SallyS's Avatar
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    Love that!!! Beautiful color choices!
  2. juliasb's Avatar
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    This is the same problem mine just started having last week. Very frustrating trying to decide who is in control doing the quilting, the machine or me.
  3. dcdoll041's Avatar
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    I know this is an old post. Did you find your answer? There is a Facebook group for Berninas. You might want to check there as well.
  4. dcdoll041's Avatar
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    Are you on Facebook? Is there a selling group for Babylock machines? You might try there as well. Facebook also has a marketplace.
  5. Jacqueg's Avatar
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    I have one too, it was a great aunts. Very good condition, I have not used it so I am sure it needs a good cleaning. Mine has the book and all of the attachments.
  6. wildonetwo's Avatar
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    If you can't figure it out from the site below, you should call him and ask him if his is similar or if he knows what happened to the Jasmine Heirloom Company and if his is similar. People are usually helpful and he will probably help you because you might be a future customer. Nothing ventured; nothing gained.

    I found this site which has directions for a simple frame that cost $170 and he is an accomplished quilter that has been putting them out for many years and says they are great.

    I was looking at his Montana retreat but it is booked. LOL.

    Look under "Multi-Frame..." and Description on this webpage:


    https://www.flynnquilt.com/description.htm
  7. MamaCotto's Avatar
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    Hi New Quilter! You're in for a whirlwind! It's great that you started quilting and have been able to help others as well. Keep up the creativity, one stitch at a time! Happy quilting!
  8. EmmaQuilts's Avatar
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    Have you tried any online quilting calculators? I like http://www.quiltersparadiseesc.com/Calculators.php because it will figure out borders, binding, and batting, including seam allowances, and even how much yardage is needed. I'm math-challenged; this tool lets me get on with the fun of quilting without the frustration and stress of calculating. It's never steered me wrong. There may be other online calculators you'd prefer, though.
  9. GingerElaine's Avatar
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    Hi -

    I'm not retired, but divorced & living alone. I'll be 57 a bit later this year, and can relate to your challenge as to a) cook at all, and if so b) cook what? And, I have to factor in coming home tired from the office, and I also have to deal with Fibromyalgia issues, which keeps me pretty tired and often in pain (I take meds, but they only take the edge off ).

    Just for myself, sometimes I will make a dish or casserole on the weekend when I have more time(something that I really like), and then have the leftovers for dinner the rest of the week. All I have to do is put a salad with it (and I do buy those bagged salads), heat it up, and I'm ready to eat.

    I've also noticed at the grocery that you can now get meal "kits" that contain the right amount uncooked pasta, fresh veggies, seasoning packets, sauce packets, etc. They're supposed to be for 2 servings (I think). Maybe trying some of these would make your task faster & easier when you do feel like you want or need to cook?

    Now, if I could just get my doggies (2 miniature Dachshunds) to let me eat in peace . . .
  10. SallyS's Avatar
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    Beautiful! The string quilt surrounding the horse is perfect -- continues the motion idea with just the right colors.

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