Darlene Epp Posted March 7, 2006 Report Share Posted March 7, 2006 Hi Kerri, PLEASE let APQS know about your concerns. They really DO listen to their customers, but if they don't hear from you, they don't know. They don't spend all day on the machines like some of us do, so aren't aware of some of the things that are important to us. Honestly, moving the light bar back gives you a good 6" more visibility! If your wrists bother you, do what I do. Cup the handles on the SIDES, instead of on the front. You may even find that you're more accurate with your freehand quilting. I have a problem with my wrists too. If you do try out the "P" machine, try it at all speeds. One other gal was going to switch brands because of a very bad neck and the visibility issue. She was SO happy to keep her Millie after trying the "P", and all I did was have her move the light bar back behind the needle bar. Such a simple fix! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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