LinneaMarie

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    Chagrin Falls, OH

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  1. Sharon, your blog is wonderful! Very pretty quilts! And your DH is a complete HOOT!!
  2. I think Lora is right Connie! You are too young! And thank you for your service! Many times over!
  3. LinneaMarie

    Renaissance Wax Polish

    I thought we weren't supposed to wax?? Just wipe with a soft cloth. I think that is what Dawn said. I have a 2009 Millie and once in a great while I'll clean with some rubbing alcohol; the other kind I drink! hahaha
  4. I had the same problem. Was sewing beautifully; turned off for the night, next day LOOPS ON BOTTOM from top thread. I put a new needle in, checked thread path, checked timing. Nothing!! Then I tried a different bobbin case. Problem FIXED! I threw the other one out. I don't know what happened to make it go bad. Hangin with the wrong crowd maybe! hahahahaha
  5. I called APQS and spoke to Dawn. She is sending a fix to me! YIPPEE!!! That's exactly why I LOVE them!! MARY BETH!!! GATOR!!! Good to see yoy both too! You're right Mary Beth, it is like old home week. Now where is Shana Clay, and Heidi, and all the rest??
  6. LinneaMarie

    Why I love my APQS machine

    Hi NanaFuller, Superior Threads has a guide on their website that cross references colors from one thread line to another. Say from King Tut to So Fine; or Bottom Line to So Fine. Check it out here http://www.superiorthreads.com/reference-guides/ Hope this helps,
  7. Ok, I have not been on the Forum for a long time. I'mmmmmmmmm baaaack! hahahaha Having a problem with my needle jumping down all alone; no one by the machine. I have a 2009 Millie. The needle just bangs down real loud and comes part way back up. Is it loose wires? I've checked all connections and everything looks and feels fine. It's scary it might happen while I'm trying to change the needle or put a new bobbin in. Anyone have any ideas?? Thanks?
  8. LinneaMarie

    VT Quilt show

    Big congrats my friend!
  9. Big congrats! Have fun and most of all............breathe!!
  10. LinneaMarie

    Progress on my bedroom quilt

    Ditto what everyone said! You ALWAYS do amazing work!!
  11. LinneaMarie

    Loading a Quilt with Double Batting

    I've been working on one for about 3 years that has Hobbs 80/20 on bottom and Quilters Dream wool on top. It quilts beautifully. Good thing I have zippers; because everytime I get a customer quilt I can zip it off and then zip it back on. Can you tell I have not had ANY time to work on it?? hahahahaha
  12. LinneaMarie

    Rippety Doo Dah!

    Also, I use packing tape to pull out the cut threads! I'm going to try the spatula or erasers if I have to do it again. Hopefully not an entire quilt! One row is bad enough!!
  13. LinneaMarie

    Rippety Doo Dah!

    I had to skin a whole quilt once. Thankfully, not a big one. I had the backing on completely upside down! Didn't realize it until I was finished! It was and A-B-C pattern. Took it off the frame after I skinned it; which took a day or more, then sprayed it with water and light starch; ironed it to within in an inch of it's life and you could not find the holes! Yippee! I used a scalpel from Famore. Make sure you have extra blades because they go dull pretty fast. And if you have to push too hard; well, the slice won't be pretty! I originally took it off the frame, but soon learned it was easier to skin ON the frame. My customer said she could not find any original holes either and gave me a nice tip!
  14. When I get loops it is because the top tension is too loose. Also, have you seen Jamie Wallen's tutorial/video on bobbin tension. Worked for me! Hope it is all fixed by now. I'm late to this party!!! hahahaha
  15. Thanks to Lyn i got it filled! Yippee! There was a tire tube thing that unscrewed.