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    I've ordered several times....their cuts are generous and if it's the end of the bolt, they give the remainder to you. Fabric is high quality.
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    Re: Sewing machine recommendations

    Juki tl2010q....it’s straight stitch only but what a beautiful stitch! Comes with “clunky/noisy” walking foot but it does what it’s supposed to and now you can get a real quarter inch foot if you...
  3. Re: I am sure you are tired of this question Janome 8900qcp

    Janome purple tip needles resolved that problem for me in the 9400.
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    Re: Jordan Fabrics' Iron They Use

    I just purchased the Rowena iron steam station after contacting Donna at Jordan Fabrics--I asked how it held up in their shop and she said they were very dependable .... I LOVE it.....it doesn't...
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    Re: Juki TL-2010Q Foot Pedal Question

    Being a man, my feet are pretty big and this thread cutter was a pain. The new juki 2200 mini comes with a piece that blocks this and it can be purchased separately and works with the tl series foot...
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    Re: backing on quilt

    Leave it as it is. Whenever you see it's 'imperfection' you will be reminded of the love your mom put into it.
  7. Thread: Family Advice?

    by gshalom
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    Re: Family Advice?

    When anyone asks for a quilt (and some get them even if they don't ask!), I go and try to do it. Rarely get thank you's.....but that's ok.....I figure if nothing else, every quilt I make benefits...
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    Re: Janome memory craft 9400

    I did (SITD with the Accufeed--but fmq NOT with the accufeed---) but since I got the 9400 (about a year ago) the 6600 is in it's trolley......it's now my backup.....along with a Juki tl2010.
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    Re: Janome memory craft 9400

    Yes..I just did a queen size on mine..love it but I must say that while the accuflex is good I prefer the Accu-feed on the 6600.
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    Re: Quilt Binding using 2 1/2 inch strips

    I machine bind, sew quarter inch on front then flip over to back, clip with wonder clips and sew stitch in the ditch from front.
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    Re: Bendable Neck Lamp, Today's Special

    i have this, and find that the light is too harsh....after using it for awhile, i have to turn it off...
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    Re: Superior Needles by Superior Thread

    i bought the 90/14 when they were on sale for half price......i really like them . They do last a long time. I use them in the regular machines (Janome 9400, Juki tl2010) and my embroidery machine...
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    Re: Well, I went and did it!

    I have a Janome 500e and like it a lot. The only thing I've found is it doesn't like pre-wound bobbins. It prefers bobbins I wind on it. It might work if I played with the tension but I don't want...
  14. Thread: Don't delay!!!

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    Re: Don't delay!!!

    I'm a male...3 maternal uncles died of colon cancer..have been getting colonoscopies every 3 years for past 22 years...polyps in all but most recent..still on 3 year schedule..preps have gotten...
  15. Re: Does anyone have the Brother NQ-1400E embroidery machine

    I had one for awhile and it is very easy to use.. But when the Janome 500 E came out, my dealer gave me full price i paid toward the Janome and I traded her in for it. The Janome isn't as easy...
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    Re: Janome blue dot bobbin case

    Had the 8900; now have the 9400 and have the blue dot bobbin...but I've never had a problem with tension so I've never used it. My quilting is pretty simple though and a more elaborate design might...
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    Re: Dropping feed dogs?

    I discovered the hard way IF you're using something like supreme slider feed dogs MUST be down.. Otherwise I think it is personal choice. SITD I use feed dogs UP.
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    Re: Rob Appell's new tutorial

    i do it a bit differently (and it works for me). I sew the binding on the FRONT of the quilt and then take it over the back. I use wonder clips since there's a mark on it. I match the edge of the...
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    Re: Jelly Roll Rant

    i have the same feeling and i had layer cakes as well with the same issue.....pieces in the same pack were different sizes---not by much but enough to mess up the measurement....and the pinked edges...
  20. Re: I swear my Boy is going to drive me over the edge

    if this is his first time 'leaving home' i wonder how much this is reflecting that anxiety and just a way to express it? for a child to go to college, as exciting as that is, it is also stepping...
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    Kaleidoscope Quilt yardage information

    Just watched an Eleanor Burns video on making a kaleidoscope quilt and discovered that I have the accuquilt dies for the isosceles triangle and the half square triangle that I need to make this block...
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    NEW Janome 9400 quilting sewing machine

    Just got an email announcing Janome's new quilting sewing machine, the 9400......some nice new features.......available May 28....and no, I'm not a dealer......:-)
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    Re: Completely Wonky layer cake squares

    i have to say i've been disappointed in the accuracy of pre-cuts. all mine were from M*QC so i know they were 'firsts'...but most of the jelly rolls were not all exactly 2.5" and not all the layer...
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    Anyone use Pounce Pad?

    I'm looking into stencil and marking for quilting.....i've seen youtube videos and some use a Pounce Pad for marking......have any of you used this procedure and if so, do you like it? does it come...
  25. Thread: Taiors paddle?

    by gshalom
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    Re: Taiors paddle?

    But they're really expensive for what they are...a piece of wood...friend of mine made one for me out of scrap oak (I think it is oak) he had....cost was perfect....$0.00....he based it on a link I...
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