Sheila S.

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  1. Thank you all. I will certainly get it.
  2. Thank you, Nigel. I will certainly try the thread locker. I just looked it up and there are several different ones. Is the one that I attached the one you are referring to.
  3. I am having trouble with the roller brakes not staying tight. I have tightened them several times but it only last for a little while. Does anyone have any ideas as to how I can get this fixed?
  4. Thank you Betsy and Sue. It just seems easier to order the batting by the roll. I am going to check this out.
  5. Welcome to the APQS family. I am new here also and bought my Lenni in October 2015, and I just love it. I still have lots to learn and need lots of practice but I think I am doing okay. You will enjoy your new Lenni.
  6. I do not have a tax ID because I only do a very few peoples quilts and my own. Don't you have to have a business to have the tax ID?
  7. After seen Nig so many remarks from people that love quilters dream wool I just had to try it. I must say I love it, and think I will be using it a lot from now on. My question is, can you purchase it in a big roll like you can with warm and natural? If so where?
  8. A new needle fixed the problem. Thanks everyone.
  9. When I start quilting this morning I will put in a new needle and see if that helps. My machine is fairly new, bought it in October 2015, but did not use it during December and January because of a trip to Florida. Thank you for your comments.
  10. Thank you , I will watch the video and hopefully will be able to fix this problem.
  11. Why would my machine sew fine and then skip stitches and go back to sewing fine. Also my top thread broke about three times and it looked like it shredded. Not sure what that is about. Any help would be appreciated.
  12. Congratulations, the quilt is beautiful.
  13. I have a Lenni with the 12 foot table and love it. If I had known they were going to change the handles on it I would have waited to buy it. But I think you would be alright doing the 110 quilt on this machine. You will love your new Lenni. Sheila
  14. The quilt is beautiful and I agree with the other comments that your granddaughter is beautiful.
  15. The quilt pattern is in a magazine "Quilt" November 2006. There is no mention of a kit.
  16. Yes it does look like an easy one to draft. It is a pretty and easy quilt to do.
  17. Does anyone know the name of this quilt pattern and where I can purchase it? I need to make a quilt for my granddaughter and this is the one she wants. Thank you.
  18. Lynn, I did not design it but saw one like it on this page. Libby quilted it for a customer and she did a fabulous job on it. I really liked the pattern and had to make it. The quilt starts out in a circle which is in the book "Quilts Without Corners" and after that is the spikey part and the background fabric. I expect one day that there will be a pattern printed for this pattern though.
  19. Terry, I do not know why you can not see the picture, it shows up on my end. I just sent it again so hope you can see it now.
  20. This started out as a round Bargello but it is now a rectangle and will be given to my grandson in June. I would love to have the talent that most of you on this site but I am only doing Pantographs. This thread I used is glide military gold.
  21. Thank you all for the information about drying the quilts using wool. I am definitely going to try the wool.
  22. I have read on this forum that a lot of you love the wool batting. I want to try it because I am making a quilt for my grandson that lives in the south and want a lighter quilt. My question is how do you dry your quilt after washing it. I looked at the batting for sale and they say to lay flat to dry. Is that how you all dry yours.