frogteacher

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  1. Help! Have a Lenni and the rubber grippy parts on the bottom of the knobs that hold the rollers tight have worn out. They never gripped really well, but now having to stick velcro on the roller under the knob. Really should take pictures so you can see what this is all about. Has anyone else had this trouble? MIne is one of the first Lenni's. Can't quilt unless the fabric stays tight between the rollers. All suggestions welcome!
  2. The rubber grippy parts on the bottom of the handles that secure the Lenni rollers have stopped holding the rollers in place. I have all sorts of improvisations, but need to know what to do that will really work. Right now I have two layers of sticky velcro, but it's not holding firmly..... If you have had this happen, please let me know your solutions! Thanks, Nancy
  3. Claudia, This quilt is so awesome. Your work is amazing. Please tell us all the reactions that you get. I would love to see their faces when they see this beautiful piece of art. Nancy
  4. Thank you so much! I will definitely talk to Amy in the morning. I understand about the exorcist for sure. Will let you know what happens. Nancy
  5. Hi Sue, It may stitch 6-8 times and sometimes more. I will try the needle positioner method and see what happens. I did a search for similar problems and found a few that seem to point to a blue button #8 adjustment. I don't think that Lenni was around when those questions were asked, so don't know if Lenni has a blue button. If your solution doesn't work I will call tech support tomorrow. Thank you, Nancy Lubbock, Texas
  6. Lenni keeps on stitching when turned off with white or green button. Does this in regulated or manual mode. Tried all the obvious cleaning,etc. What to do?? Has anyone ever had this?
  7. Help! My Lenni keeps on stitching for several times when it has been turned off with the green or white button. This happens in regulated or manual mode. Any ideas???
  8. My new baby is due to arrive in two days, Friday the 13th??? Her name will be Nellie, almost an anagram of Lenni, after my grandmother who bought me my first Singer Featherweight and first Bernina 830. That was about 30 years ago, and grandmother is long gone. (the machines are still runnning!) But. she would have loved everything about this quilting adventure. Have been anticipating this since ordering in March. Have a basket of tops ready to go, but how much practice does it take before I put a real quilt top in? I know it will be different for everyone, but would love to hear your experiences. This one will have the fold up table, since the guest room is also the sewing room. Must save a space for the first grandson who is also due this month. But, Lenni - grandson-Lenni-grandson- ??? We may have lots of questions on Saturday morning. But, from reading your messages, it sounds pretty easy to set up. It will be the actual sewing that will be interesting. I have been using a Brother 1500 for the last 4 years. It works great, but so tired of pinning and pushing the quilt through the machine. This will be fun, fun, fun! Must go finish the room prep. Take care, Nancy in Texas
  9. Hi Sherry, Am interested in the HQ and would like to ask you more questions about the machine. Can you send your phone number to my email? Thank you, Nancy ntwoods@sbcglobal.net
  10. Does anyone living near Amarillo or Lubbock, Texas own a Lenni? Would really like to see one in action before making this leap. Comparing various brands. Thanks.