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    Super Member Dina's Avatar
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    I just can't figure out what is the problem with my machine. I can't seem to feed the fabric past the edge. It is like there is some sort of obstacle in the way!!

    Doesn't he know this quilt is for him? (It is...)

    This is the first time he has selected this very spot to spend the afternoon in. I hope he doesn't mind me quilting, because I have stalled long enough and this binding must go on now. :)
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    Hahahaha!! Looks like my "problem" in my sewing room!! LOL

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    What a sweetie!!!

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    he he he he

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    Nope, nothing like that in my house even. Just one dog and she doesn't spend anytime on my machine or me. She is one of those "Snippy" if I want I will otherwise forget it. At least I can get work done without the dog on the lap or foot pedal.

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    LOL! As you can see, I have my own problems.
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    Can't figure it out either! You've got that beautiful Pfaff and all!! Hmmmmm. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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    Am I glad I don't don't have a dog who can get up by the sewing machine. It's bad enough most of the time she lays where I can't move freely around my sewing room.

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    I didn't know they made a machine with feed-cats (feed-dogs)....Couldn't resist ;)

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    :lol: :lol: They choose the dardest places to sleep, don't they? He's so pretty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkys_mom
    LOL! As you can see, I have my own problems.
    Sparky is a doll!! I guess we humans just never have enough help. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuv2quilt
    I didn't know they made a machine with feed-cats (feed-dogs)....Couldn't resist ;)
    Too cute!!

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    But what a sweet looking problem! So adorable!
    Quote Originally Posted by sparkys_mom
    LOL! As you can see, I have my own problems.

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    He's just "too" comfortable for words! Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dina
    Quote Originally Posted by sparkys_mom
    LOL! As you can see, I have my own problems.
    Sparky is a doll!! I guess we humans just never have enough help. :)
    He is a sweetie - but he is Jack. Sparky was his predecessor. I would NEVER have been able to sew with Sparky anywhere near. He would run off with the fabric and anything else he could lay his paws on.

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    THANKS for the laugh. I just picked up my Bernina 1530 and the TECH left it in Service mode so until I can find a neighbor to take me to get it fixed, I am stuck !!

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    What a cutie! It amazes me how they KNOW where to lay!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkys_mom
    Quote Originally Posted by Dina
    Quote Originally Posted by sparkys_mom
    LOL! As you can see, I have my own problems.
    Sparky is a doll!! I guess we humans just never have enough help. :)
    He is a sweetie - but he is Jack. Sparky was his predecessor. I would NEVER have been able to sew with Sparky anywhere near. He would run off with the fabric and anything else he could lay his paws on.
    Well, Jack is pretty cute too!! He looks pretty comfortable. He looks a lot like Sparky!

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    I think he's waiting for you to sew his quilt and drape it over him as it's being completed! He's too cute!

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    Love it, love it, love it! Bless his sweet little heart!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dina
    Quote Originally Posted by sparkys_mom
    Quote Originally Posted by Dina
    Quote Originally Posted by sparkys_mom
    LOL! As you can see, I have my own problems.
    Sparky is a doll!! I guess we humans just never have enough help. :)
    He is a sweetie - but he is Jack. Sparky was his predecessor. I would NEVER have been able to sew with Sparky anywhere near. He would run off with the fabric and anything else he could lay his paws on.

    Well, Jack is pretty cute too!! He looks pretty comfortable. He looks a lot like Sparky!
    Same breed. :)

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    At least it is an "inexpensive" problem to fix!

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    Gotta love 'em. Too sweet.

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    How could we ever sew without our pets? He looks quite comfortable.

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    I have a cat that likes to curl up on my keyboard.

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