So you got a new longarm quilting machine? Congratulations!
Whether you’ve invested in a great Juki Machine with a Grace frame or you’ve decided on another model or brand to do your quilting, exciting days of creativity are on the horizon!
Once you’ve got your machine unpacked, set up on the [...]
When setting up a well-equipped sewing room with a sewing cabinet and chair as well as all the other essential sewing furniture for handling the different steps of your project, don’t forget to include a pressing station.
Pressing is an important part of the sewing process, a task that you [...]
Thread tension problems are the most common issues plaguing those of us who enjoy machine quilting with longarm machines.
When the tension is off, it can turn that beautiful work of quilted art into a mess of too-tight or too-loose stitches that affect the look of the whole piece!
A sewing room designed to handle all your needs while you create with your sewing machine has three essential pieces of sewing furniture: a sewing cabinet with chair, a pressing station, and a cutting surface.
A dedicated cutting surface is an important piece to have in your workspace as it serves [...]
Longarm quilting machines like Q'nique longarm models are exciting to use, as they can give you the freedom to make larger projects and expand your horizons to free motion quilting as well.
Because these machines can be very expensive and you’re thinking of buying one, have you determined if the [...]
Eye strain is a common complaint of many sewists who spend hours seated at their sewing machine working on projects day or night.
To be certain that your projects always turn out as intended and avoid eye strain-causing headaches and other issues, the workspace on your Arrow cabinet should be [...]
If you’ve been sewing or working on machine embroidery for a while, you’ve likely collected quite a number of sewing supplies, parts, and other items that you use from project to project and many of them are likely duplicates.
If all of those items are disorganized and laying around to [...]
An even better way to turn your project into a one-of-a-kind piece is by designing your own stacked [...]