Donna TKO

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  1. I can quilt your quilt for you - I do Edge to Edge, I have several patterns to choose from.
  2. I'm also interested in a list of what you have and prices...THANKS!
  3. Thank you all for your advice, I can't tell you how much I appreciate the members and this site! It is so wonderful to have all this information anytime you need help, inspiration or advice. I'm really glad I chose to be part of the APQS family! Thanks Again! Donna
  4. Sharon, thank you so much for taking the time to answer my questions! The article had great information, thank you for that also. I purchased a used Lennie and this was pretty much my first quilt on it, except for practice pieces. The front looked great and I while I looked at the back, obviously I didn't look at it close enough and I about fainted when I noticed those spots. Since this was the back of the quilt, I will try tightening the top tension a little. I used Superior Omni Thread, 40 wt on the front and back. I used a Panto; not near ready to try free motion! The panto is from Urban Elementz and it's called Vintage. I attached a couple more pictures, my first try at flying geese - they were really fun to make! Thanks again Sharon, it means a lot just to hear someone say "it's okay"! Donna
  5. Hello Create Donna TKO APQS Website Browse Forums Online Users Activity Leaderboard Unread Content Mark site read Home Welcome to the APQS Forums! Troubleshooting & Tips APQS Help Tension Troubleshooting Flatlining Following 1 Flatlining By Donna TKO, Monday at 01:36 PM in Tension Troubleshooting tension × questions × Reply to this topic Start new topic Donna TKO Member Member 3 12 posts Report post Posted Monday at 01:36 PM Hello! I'm a newbie and am seeing the "flatlining" issue. It's short little bursts of flatlining, and I didn't notice until I took the quilt off the machine. I'm so thankful for all the information on this site, I plan to use all of it until my problem is fixed. The question I have though, is this: What about this quilt I just finished? Is it ruined, will the back stitching fall out the first time I wash it? I kind of planned to give it as a gift, I'm sure the person receiving the quilt won't notice, but I'm afraid it will pull apart when it's washed and I'll look like a fool...I am examining it too closely? Thank you for any and all advice! Quote Edit Quote this Reply to this topic... Go To Topic Listing Tension Troubleshooting Next unread topic tension problems Unread Content Mark site read Home Welcome to the APQS Forums! Troubleshooting & Tips APQS Help Tension Troubleshooting Flatlining Theme Privacy Policy Contact Us © 2016 APQS. All rights reserved. Powered by Invision Community
  6. Hello Create Donna TKO APQS Website Browse Forums Online Users Activity Leaderboard Unread Content Mark site read Home Welcome to the APQS Forums! Troubleshooting & Tips APQS Help Tension Troubleshooting Flatlining Following 1 Flatlining By Donna TKO, Monday at 01:36 PM in Tension Troubleshooting tension × questions × Reply to this topic Start new topic Donna TKO Member Member 3 12 posts Report post Posted Monday at 01:36 PM Hello! I'm a newbie and am seeing the "flatlining" issue. It's short little bursts of flatlining, and I didn't notice until I took the quilt off the machine. I'm so thankful for all the information on this site, I plan to use all of it until my problem is fixed. The question I have though, is this: What about this quilt I just finished? Is it ruined, will the back stitching fall out the first time I wash it? I kind of planned to give it as a gift, I'm sure the person receiving the quilt won't notice, but I'm afraid it will pull apart when it's washed and I'll look like a fool...I am examining it too closely? Thank you for any and all advice! Quote Edit Quote this Reply to this topic... Go To Topic Listing Tension Troubleshooting Next unread topic tension problems Unread Content Mark site read Home Welcome to the APQS Forums! Troubleshooting & Tips APQS Help Tension Troubleshooting Flatlining Theme Privacy Policy Contact Us © 2016 APQS. All rights reserved. Powered by Invision Community
  7. Hello! I'm a newbie and am seeing the "flatlining" issue. It's short little bursts of flatlining, and I didn't notice until I took the quilt off the machine. I'm so thankful for all the information on this site, I plan to use all of it until my problem is fixed. The question I have though, is this: What about this quilt I just finished? Is it ruined, will the back stitching fall out the first time I wash it? I kind of planned to give it as a gift, I'm sure the person receiving the quilt won't notice, but I'm afraid it will pull apart when it's washed and I'll look like a fool...I am examining it too closely?
  8. Hello! I'm a newbie and am seeing the same "flatlining" issue. It's short little bursts of flatlining, and I didn't notice until I took the quilt off the machine. I'm so thankful for all this information, I plan to use all of it until my problem is fixed. The question I have though, is this: What about this quilt I just finished? Is it ruined, will the back stitching fall out the first time I wash it? I kind of planned to give it as a gift, I'm sure the person receiving the quilt won't notice, but I'm afraid it will pull apart when it's washed and I'll look like a fool...I am examining it too closely? Thanks!
  9. Thanks Melinda - Can you email me your phone number so I could call you next week and speak with you? torkmd@me.com
  10. Hi again, I have more questions. Can you post a couple of pictures, does this table have the channel locks and can you tell me why you are selling? Thanks!
  11. Do you know what it would cost to ship? I think this is a wonderful deal, unfortunately, I'm in MN.
  12. Can you tell me what is the longest piece of the table? When taken apart, would the longest part be 10'?
  13. Thank you. I cannot look at the machine until the end of May - hopefully, it will still be available at that time. Thanks!
  14. This is exactly what I have been searching for, have you sold it?