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  1. Hi, I just finished my first big panto with my new Quilt Cam and I loved the entire process after my friend Becky and I figured a couple of things out. I thought I would post what we learned so that when everyone buys their camera it may help. I haved learned tons from this forum but haven't posted much. The camera monitor is only 7 inches and so on a regular panto you may have 10 to 12 inches of design. When you position your panto on the table after you have loaded the quilt make sure that your new camera is centered on the panto. I alway draw a center line on my panto along with a top and
  2. I bought this at Barb Mayfield's Quilt Retreat this last weekend and my friend Becky came over this morning and we downloaded the instructions and had it up and working in 45 minutes. Thanks Roger for the great instructions and I know that I am going to love it! Barb Nilles/Millie owner in Deer Park, Washington.
  3. Hi, Thanks for the great pictures. I am thinking about buying one of these but I am curious. Why is the monitor set back so far from the front of the machine? I saw the manquilter on youtube and the lady that was running the machine looked like she was having a difficult time seeing the monitor. Could it be moved farther forward? Thanks- Barbara Nilles
  4. Hi Janette, I have never posted on this forum but have learned tons from all of you. I have had my machine (Millie) for a little over a year now and I love it. I just want to give you my input on embroidered labels. I have a Janome 300E which is a machine embroidered only. I love it and make tons of labels for all of my charity quilts and for my own quilts. I subscribed to Artistic and for as little as $19.95 every 3 months I have access to tons of designs. Sometimes, I just use a design with my label but most times (because I am in a hurry) I use the software that came with my mac