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Thread: Brother sq 9050 users

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    Jan 2013

    Brother sq 9050 users

    Do any of you that have this machine use it for machine quilting? If so what are your thoughts and tips?

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    Super Member WTxRed's Avatar
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    Feb 2012
    West Texas
    I have one! Bought it in Nov 2011, i don't machine quilt on it but have used it almost daily for piecing tops. I have sewn every type of fabric (including denim) and paper piecing and never had a hint of an issue. Depending upon where you purchase it - you may be able to return it 30-60 days if you're not satisfied with it.

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    Jul 2010
    Richmond, VA.
    I purchased one 3o days ago. The machine works great. I'm still getting use to it. Best part, the thread doesn't break every 3 stitches like the other machine and I'm not getting nests. I think the other machine was beginning to/had tension issues. Whatever, the new machine does great. The down size is the throat requires inventive quilt placement. Another down side for me that I can't explain why or how yet is with the extended table to the left, I have no room on the right. I think that's me and I haven't figured out what I'm doing to cause that.

    I've pieced some blocks and it worked like a charm.
    I've done a double thickness battling twin quilt SID and it done great. I think I could do a double or queen size regular battling not 2 layers like the twin.

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    Super Member Dolphyngyrl's Avatar
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    Jan 2009
    Southern California
    I don't quilt on mine because I have a larger machine, but there is a book out there called machine quilting in sections. I know someone on here did a twin quilt on hers but can't remember who. If it were me I would add the batting in sections with the batting tape so you can get more under the harp. Its doable but like other said you will have to get creative
    Brother (XL-3500i, CV3550, SQ-9050, Dreamweaver XE6200D), Juki MO-2000QVP, Handiquilter Avante

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    Super Member Boston1954's Avatar
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    Jul 2008
    East Oklahoma - pining for Massachusetts
    I have an SQ9000, which is probably one step back. I have used it for machine quilting on small items, wall hangings, placemats and such. I am not brave enough to machine quilt, no matter what the machine is. I am just not that good.
    Life is not a movie. No one is going to yell "CUT" when you make a mistake. - Anne L. Fulton

    I am from the South....39 miles south of Boston.

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    Junior Member trennag's Avatar
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    Nov 2012
    I have the SQ9000. I loved it and still use it from time to time but I have a larger machine now. I did a twin size on it but just did SID with the walking foot. It was a tight squeeze but was doable. I used warm and natural batting.
    Brother SQ9000, Baby Lock Crescendo

    Slowly but surely restoring these lovely machines...
    Singer 66 (1929) Singer 27 treadle (1909) Singer 99 (1925)

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    Super Member Chasing Hawk's Avatar
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    Jan 2010
    Pacific Northwest
    I have the SQ9000, I have quilted 3 twin size quilts with it, had no issues. From what I have seen the only difference between your machine and mine is the number 50.

    Enjoy your machine.
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