Bliss Quilter

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  1. I have 2 offers If either of the offers fall through I will contact you.
  2. Yes, I would be willing to sell seperately. The cost of the QP only; which is on a 10' standard bliss table. Is your table bliss ready? Call me to discuss. 832-724-6335
  3. Linda, I read this on your post years ago and have used it ever since - works wonder on batiks.
  4. Pamela, You are so giving. I am sure the pieces was so pleased.
  5. PamelaG, $500 plus travels/lodging (you arrange) Sorry for the delay - shows and Grand Opening and catch up has had me away from the computer for a while. Hope to hear from you soon.
  6. Hello Quilt Path Owners, Here is your chance to take the Quilt Path Boot Camp with Angela Hugli Clark. Come take this class, then go to Quilt Festival in Houston November 6 -11th. WIN/WIN This is a 3 day - hands on training; Day 1 - Basic and Pantograph Day 2 - Blocks and custom Day 3 - Quilt Cad DATE: November 5 - 7, 2018 LOCATION: Sealy, Texas (just west of Houston) Contact Judith@blissquilter.com or call 832-724-6335 for more information or to register. Hurry we have only have 8 spaces and filling fast. Blissful Quilting until next time.... Judith Washburn
  7. Hello Quilt Path Owners, Here is your chance to take the Quilt Path Boot Camp with Angela Hugli Clark. Come take this class, then go to Quilt Festival in Houston November 6 -11th. WIN/WIN This is a 3 day - hands on training; Day 1 - Basic and Pantograph Day 2 - Blocks and custom Day 3 - Quilt Cad DATE: November 5 - 7, 2018 LOCATION: Bliss Quilter LLC - Sealy, Texas (just west of Houston) Contact Judith@blissquilter.com or call 832-724-6335 for more information or to register. Hurry we have only have 8 spaces and filling fast. Blissful Quilting until next time.... Judith Washburn
  8. APQS Quilt Path Boot Camp with Angela Hugli Clark International & Quilt Path Video On Demand Educator November 5 – 7, 2018 @ Bliss Quilter LLC – Sealy, Texas LIMITED SEATING – Schedule Today! for Class Information, Registration, Pricing and Lodging Recommendation Contact: Judith@BlissQuilter.com – 832-724-6335
  9. What do you have left and what would you take for the remaining lot. You can email me direct @blissquilter@gmail.com
  10. Pamela, Now that you have had you Millie for some time now, are you having fun! I have had mine 3 years and I fall Deeper in Love every day. Except the cleaning part - but it must be done to keep her singing and not grawling
  11. Cagney, Thank You for bringing the below statement from my website to my attention. I will review the website and make revisions as nescessary. Also, thank you for all the research you posted, it is great information. Now back to the real question. How can batting damage our machines? I am reluctant to mention the actual blog post, but I think it is fair a Bliss Quilter is regular poster here, and more importantly a APQS dealer. As a dealer, I believe one's statements carry a little more weight, and may be construed as fact verses personal opinion. Bliss Quilter will only accept Hobbs Heirloom, Quilters Dream (blends, cotton or wool), Warm & White (not Warm & Natural). Bliss Quilter offers these batting at reasonable prices (see Quilt Pricing page). Battings not accepted – Mountain Mist, Fairfield or Bamboo; Warm and Natural (No Exceptions) These battings result in poor quilting finishes and can damage my equipment. All, The website statement above was done years before I had my APQS machine and before I became a Dealer. However the statement "can damage my equipment" was derived from a real experience I had on another machine. I stitched on a seed while quilting with W&N and the needle deflected scratching the needle plate, bobbin assembly and shuttle and broke the needle in the down position. I was very fortunate that the timing was not affected. Therefore, I choose not to accept or use Warm and Natural batting. As Linda Rech stated W&N is much cleaner now. I would assume that with less debre in the batting one would not have the same experience I had. I just choose not to use or accept W&N. I do accept Warm and White and all others mentioned above. I appreciate the outcome of the quilting. To maintain the best workmanship of the machine, do the recommended regular maintenance found in the manual. This includes ALL machines, not just APQS. I hope this post clears up of any misconceptions about W&N batting. If anyone has any comments, please contact me directly.
  12. Sharon, If you do FB there is a group "Longarm & Accessories 4 Sale, Also, if you do Instagram post it there. Good Luck. You will love Millie!
  13. Judy, Sent you a PM with my phone number. Give me a call and I will explain what I see.
  14. Gator, thanks for asking the question and Heidi thanks for the education. Terry - nice work. I will have to remember this one.
  15. Heidi, you nailed it. I love the whole thing, You are such an inspiration. I am working on one myself, and hope to have it done as a UFO this year and put it in our 2019 QGShow. Thank you for sharing. It is beautiful.
  16. What type and wt. of Thread are you using in bobbin and top? What batting is being used? I have this most with Warm and White when I use 2 different colors and wts of thread. Can you send pictures of how the top is threaded thought all the loops. I had that happen and it was the way the thread was looped through the loops for the brand of thread I was using. What is the bobbin size L or M?
  17. Julian, check your messages, I sent you a PM.
  18. Genie, Which Machine do you have? Linda Rech has a ruler that fits most APQS machines. http://topperquilttools.com/index.html. Linda, can you help Genie.