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  1. I have been wanting to try the magnetic prewound bobbins as I have heard they have the best tension. I'm not sure who makes them or where to get them. Do they come in lots of colors? What kind of thread is it? Cotton or Poly? I have a Lenni with the L style bobbins and have been mostly using Superior prewounds with Bottom Line. Thank you Carol Thousand Oaks, CA
  2. Whenever I am quilting from the right side to left side of the machine when I am standing at the front and am doing long horizontal lines of stitching my thread starts shredding. Anyone have this happen to them. It never happens when I am going from the left to right side. I have a Lenni and have been quilting for about 8 months. Thanks Carol
  3. Intelliquilter vs. Quilt Path

    I just got my Lenni about 8 months ago and am loving it. I am considering adding either Quilt Path or Intelliquilter but don't know much about either, and which one might be better with my machine. Do any of you use either one of these, and what would be the advantages/disadvantages of one vs. the other. Its a big investment & I don't want to make a mistake. I do a little quilting for others but it will be mostly be used for my own personal use. I'm looking for something that does more than pantographs. One concern I have is the additional weight that will be added to the machine, as I still plan on doing hand guided and custom work. One of the reasons I chose a Lenni was because it was so light & easy to move. I have quite a bit of arthritis so I don't want to add a lot of weight or drag to the machine. Carol Thousand Oaks, CA
  4. Quilt Path vs. Intelliquilter

    I just got my Lenni about 8 months ago and am loving it. I am considering adding either Quilt Path or Intelliquilter but don't know much about either, and which one might be better with my machine. Do any of you use either one of these, and what would be the advantages/disadvantages of one vs. the other. Its a big investment & I don't want to make a mistake. I do a little quilting for others but it will be mostly be used for my own personal use. I'm looking for something that does more than pantographs. One concern I have is the additional weight that will be added to the machine, as I still plan on doing hand guided and custom work. One of the reasons I chose a Lenni was because it was so light & easy to move. I have quite a bit of arthritis so I don't want to add a lot of weight or drag to the machine. Carol Thousand Oaks, CA
  5. I just got my Lenni about 8 months ago and am loving it. I am considering adding either Quilt Path or Intelliquilter but don't know much about either, and which one might be better with my machine. Do any of you use either one of these, and what would be the advantages/disadvantages of one vs. the other. Its a big investment & I don't want to make a mistake. I do a little quilting for others but it will be mostly be used for my own personal use. I'm looking for something that does more than pantographs. One concern I have is the additional weight that will be added to the machine, as I still plan on doing hand guided and custom work. One of the reasons I chose a Lenni was because it was so light & easy to move. I have quite a bit of arthritis so I don't want to add a lot of weight or drag to the machine. Carol Thousand Oaks, CA
  6. I am a fairly new owner of a Lenni (about 6 months). I have the L style bobbin and have been using Superior prewound bobbins with Bottom Line thread for awhile with no problems. Today I had two bobbins in a row shred and they were hardly used. Its the cardboard side that is on the inside of the bobbin case. Its like its catching or rubbing on something and pieces of cardboard are being torn off. Has this happened to anyowne? I would appreciate any help/advice. Carol
  7. New Lenni

    I am very happy to report that I received my new Lenni a few weeks ago and am loving it. I have quilted three quilts so far, have done my first panto and was very happy at how it turned out. Love the stitch quality and am very excited to be able to get all these quilt tops done and out of my hair before the holidays.
  8. New Lenni

    I've had my new Lenni for less than a month now and I love it. I can't believe how fast I can get these quilts done. I have done 1 baby quilt and two large quilts so far and am starting another lap quilt. I did my first panto and was very happy with it. The machine does beautiful stitches and is simple and easy to use. Would love to get rid of the chirping and quiet it down a bit. Has anyone tried to insulate it? My husband calls it screechy. Very happy overall.
  9. My new Lenni is shipping. Cant wait to get it. Im so excited but nervous too. Its my first longarm. Im sure I will have lots of questions
  10. I just got notification that my new Lenni is shipping in the day or two. I can't wait so excited so I just had to let everyone know. I am a bit nervous to as this is my first longarm. I will probably have lots of questions. Carol
  11. New Lenni

    I just ordered my Lenni yesterday after almost a year of looking and several months of deliberation between the Lenni and a Handiquilter. Its my first longarm and Im nervous as I have read some horror stories on tension etc. I am very excited too, cant wait to get my machine and get started learning. Any advice for a newbie? Carol
  12. Up and Running

    What is the brake? I am getting a Lenni and never heard of it
  13. Did you get the M or L bobbin. I can't decide
  14. Did you get your tension issues resolved. I am going to buy a Lenin and you ate the first one I've heard that has had problems.
  15. I am going to be buying a Lenni and I can't decide what bobbin case to buy the L or M. What does everyone have? This is my first machine everything else out there is M but I was told I would get better stitches with the L. I am just going to be using the machine for myself not business. I would love some feedback and opinions of the advantages and disadvantages of both. Thanks carol