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Pinning A Long Seam – Here Is A Great Way To Do It Right!

Pinning or basting are essential steps for sewing longer lengths of fabric, whether you’re doing machine quilting or any other type of sewing.

The two layers have to be straight and stitched together as the fabric is passing under the needle so the seam turns out correctly.

You don’t want [...]

June 22nd, 2020|Machine Quilting|

Sewing Machine Thread Problems Raising Your BP? Try This!

As fun and exciting as machine quilting may be, there are times when it makes us all want to just scream in frustration.

Precision quilting machines like the Grace Q'nique 15 Pro Midarm and others can be temperamental sometimes and take some tweaking when setting up to work on a [...]

June 9th, 2020|Machine Quilting|

Don’t Be Afraid of It – Try Doing Quilt As You Go!

If you’re intimidated by the idea of machine quilting a huge project at once for fear of messing it up during the stitching process, you’re not alone.

Giant quilt sandwiches can be unwieldy, especially when wrestling your project to get it all stitched together on a cabinet-mounted machine like the [...]

June 4th, 2020|Machine Quilting|

Amazing Information About Quilting Machine Bobbins!

The one common denominator among all types of quilting machines, whether standard sewing/quilting combination models like the Janome 4120QDC-B or longarm machines, is those pesky lower thread bobbins.

No matter what type of sewing or machine quilting you do, there's going to be a bobbin to deal with, although that’s [...]

May 18th, 2020|Machine Quilting|