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  • Re: Long Arm Sewing machines

    OK everyone, I DID IT, I BOUGHT A LONG ARM AND IT WAS SET UP TODAY ----- Congratulations! You will love it once you get used to everything and those quilts will be finished in no time. Keep practicing as that way you will get to know your machine and any quirks, tension fixes and just the feel of how it moves. Work with both manual and stitch regulation
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by BelleF on Thu, Aug 11 2011
  • Re: Long Arm Sewing machines

    [quote user="Vivian "] [quote user="BelleF"]A dealer will do the set up for you and give you a start on how to use it.[/quote] yes, they will unless you live two hours away and you don't want to pay them. They'll train you if you come into the shop. the service and maint is good however. the rest I can learn and i put the
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by BelleF on Thu, Aug 4 2011
  • Re: Long Arm Sewing machines

    I have a Handi Quilter Avante and I love it. I went to several shows and tried all the ones available and kept coming back to the Avante (18"). It is well made, has good support from the company and has a sturdy durable frame, good tracks and little maintenance - all the things I was looking for. A dealer will do the set up for you and give you
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by BelleF on Thu, Aug 4 2011
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