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  1. lucien's Avatar
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    Thanks Debi!
  2. Golitha's Avatar
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    Hi. Did you ever find the pattern for the baby quilt goat applique
  3. Debidoesnt's Avatar
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    I love the Janome for embroidery, especially is that is the machine you are used to. I have tried a husqvarna, but they are expensive and I found I was used to the Janome from my plain sewing.
  4. Debidoesnt's Avatar
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    On the line if you are not doing needle turn applique.
  5. rquiilter's Avatar
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    I just googled Pfaff 7550 and there were numerous videos to select on YouTube. I use to have that machine and it was the best I've ever owned. Sorry I traded it in. It's a real workhorse. Enjoy.
  6. rquiilter's Avatar
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    Great way to learn. Practice, practice, practice is what my mother told me years ago on any new skill. Still applies.
  7. bluesnowdoe's Avatar
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    I like creative grids rulers
  8. sisterziz's Avatar
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    Standard is actually the brand name of a machine. I have one and the attachments are rotary attachments.
  9. sisterziz's Avatar
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    I have one and I love sewing on it. I raised the legs on it because it is a bit low for me, but other than that it is great.
  10. janjanq's Avatar
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    I have a Babylock Ellegante computerized sewing machine that cost me about $5000 11 years ago. A few years ago I also bought a Babylock Sofia II for about $600. Love both machines for sewing and embroidery. The Ellegante certainly has more bells and whistles than the Sofia, but both do a nice job embroidering.
  11. PatriceJ's Avatar
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    if you are using the correct size bobbin you do not need a bobbin washer.
  12. Quilter7x's Avatar
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    You were smart to do lots of practice.
  13. Krisb's Avatar
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    Look at Cathedral Window quilts on the internet. It kind of sounds like some variation. A picture would be very helpful.
    Updated 02-03-2018 at 10:12 AM by Krisb
  14. PatriceJ's Avatar
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    you should consider posting this question as a thread under Main.
    more people will see it.
  15. PatriceJ's Avatar
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    thank you!
    and welcome!
  16. PatriceJ's Avatar
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    are you sure the two machines use different bobbins?

    you should consider posting this question as a thread under Main.
    more people will see it.
  17. Charleen DiSante's Avatar
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    Another idea is coloring books or google coloring pages and narrow it down to the type of animal you want.
  18. AutumnAndrea's Avatar
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    Never tried a Sizzix.... I have a friend who likes hers, that is about all i know about it lol .... I have the accuquilt and love it ! Its a bit more expensive but it works like a dream.[url]https://autumn757.wordpress.com/2018/01/21/top-10-reasons-to-get-an-accuquilt-go/[/url]

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