Northern Girl

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About Northern Girl

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  • Birthday 12/07/1953

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Nothern BC, Canada
  • Interests
    Quilting, competative shooting, fishing, hunting

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  1. Can anyone here advise what to check, to determine why the meter on the front of my Liberty just went dark?. I have checked connections, and all appear good. The meter on the back of the machine is working fine, and there is power to sew. Is there a fuse somewhere that I should be checking. I only get internet at work, so may take a day or so to get back to anyone. Any and all suggestions would be greatly appreciated!, Thanks ladies Northern Girl
  2. Hi Ladies I had read somewhere on here ( memory is the first to go, LOL) that there was awesome storage for the templates from IKEA. Can anyone give me a picture or a number to look up. My boards are taking over my space, and would like to get organized. thanks All
  3. Snowflake There is an AWESOME quilt shop in Skagway called Rushin Tailor that specializes in Alaskan fabric and patterns. They also have a sister shop a couple of doors down that does wool, needlepoint etc. If you type the name Rusin Tailor in google, they have a really great online store, and you can get an idea of what they have. The staff is very friendly and helpful. I have not been on a cruise, but have driven there from Whitehorse. Well worth the drive Vicki A.K.A. Northern Girl
  4. Thanks for all the great info Back up and running, Amy advised the main fuse for the Liberty is a 3.15 amp, 250 volt, slow blow fuse, which I was able to purchase at the Source. (replaced the one in the neat little drawer behinde the blown one). I am back up and running and Happy, Happy, Happy. Vicki
  5. I Love TYhis Forum Thanks Everyone, replaced the blown fuse last night and am back up and running. Amazing that I was able to buy the right type of fuse in town, without ordering to replace the one in the neat little drawer behind the blown one. After talking to Amy, the Main Fuse for the Liberty is a 3.15 amp, 250 volt slow blow fuse. Dawn and Amy are totally awesome, I am again a happy camper, and back stitiching up a storm. Vicki
  6. Thanks Linda I hope that is all it is. I guess that the fuse would be the higher amp of 6.3. Will have to wait until tonight after work, as I only get internet at work, not at home. Thanks for your reply, will let you know what I find Vicki
  7. I was stitching along in full Christmas rush mode and I hit a pin, breaking the needle. Of course not fast enough to stop, so broken needle continued sewing, machine appeared to jam for a second, then machine quit, and all went dark. No power, lights, nothing. A heart stopping moment for me. I removed the broken needle, and found all pieces. I am hopeful that it is just a blown fuse. My question is where do I look to find the fuse(s) for replacement on a Liberty?. The pages I got with my Liberty are not that detailed, so can one of you wonderful ladies tell me where to start please. I have 2 types of fuses that came with my machine 6.3 amp and 2 amp. Any help greatly appreciated. My machine is on a large surge protector, so hope it is not something more serious. I am going to send an email to service, but also wanted to check here first. Is there somewhere to go to download a more complete manual. thanks Vicki
  8. Hi Ladies I was stitching along in full Christmas rush mode and I hit a pin, breaking the needle. Of course not fast enough to stop, so broken needle continued sewing, machine appeared to jam for a second, then machine quit, and all went dark. No power, lights, nothing. A heart stopping moment for me. I removed the broken needle, and found all pieces. I am hopeful that it is just a blown fuse. My question is where do I look to find the fuse(s) for replacement on a Liberty?. The pages I got with my Liberty are not that detailed, so can one of you wonderful ladies tell me where to start please. I have 2 types of fuses that came with my machine 6.3 amp and 2 amp. Any help greatly appreciated. My machine is on a large surge protector, so hope it is not something more serious. I am going to send an email to service, but wanted to check here first. Thanks ladies
  9. Hitomi I love the quilt pattern itself. Did you design, or can you share the name of the pattern. I am with you, if it's for me, and problem is down, it stays!! LOL thanks Vicki
  10. I hope that this link works, the quilts are amazing http://www.flickr.com//photos/22514067@N00/sets/72157629114055341/show/with/6797992921/
  11. Hi Ladies You can purchase this book at Connecting Threads for $14.99 (40% off) Vicki
  12. :cool: :cool: :cool: I couldn't agree more Sylvia! ThanK you all from up in Northern Canada!
  13. Thanks for the encouragement. I am really loving my circle lord, and getting to know my Liberty better everyday. I don't know when I will quilt for others, but right now I am getting alot of enjoyment and satifaction of being able to say I have pieced, quilted, and finished this quilt, just for the person I am making it for Vicki