ramona-quilter Posted July 2, 2007 Report Share Posted July 2, 2007 I remember when I started quilting on a longarm there were so many little things that stumped me. I usually found (and still do find) the answers here. So I thought it might be nice for all of us veterans to contribute little tips. The thing is, even vets can learn new things. So here is mine. Are your curves looking square? When that happens to me, I always look at the wheels. All it takes is one thread wrapped around one wheel to keep the machine from making a smooth curve. It's always the right front table wheel for me. This is what to look for. I usually have to use tweezers to unwind it the thread out of there. All I saw was a tiny piece of thread sticking out. This is what was wound around the axle. I can't wait to hear the other tips from you all. What's your favorite marking tool and why? What removes pencil marks? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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