• Re: Longarmers Share #2

    No. My husband bought it on line from When my husband called and talked to them, they promised they would come out and set it up if we had any problems. They wouldn't even answer our calls. I finally did start talking directly to Tin Lizzie, but they are just as slow and their customer service stinks. I have told friends
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Susan on Fri, Apr 26 2013
  • Re: Longarmers Share #2

    Sounds like Tin Lizzie. I've had nothing but problems with mine. When I first purchased it, the encoding feet were not working, which I did not know for 2 years. I just thought it was me and having to learn the machine. I finally broke down and took it to the authorized dealer and discovered it was the encoders. It took 3 months to get the part
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Susan on Wed, Apr 24 2013
  • Re: Longarmers Share #2

    Christine, I have a Tin Lizzie, and all I needed to start using rulers was an extended table, which my husband bought on line for approximately $85 or $95. I use my regular hopping foot. Susan
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Susan on Sat, Mar 30 2013
  • Re: Sad news from Barbara

    I'm so sorry for your loss. My prayers go with you as you travel to Indiana. Susan
    Posted to Off Topic (Forum) by Susan on Tue, Nov 27 2012
  • Re: Longarmers Share #2

    I'm new to the forum, but I have been doing longarm quilting since my husband bought me my Queen Quilter in 2009 (give or take a year). I was quilting on my domestic sewing machine (Bernina) until I got tired of wrestling with the masses. I've quilted about 20 or so quilts on the long arm. I made each of my grandsons and grand daughter a quilt
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Susan on Mon, Nov 12 2012
  • Re: The Cutting Edge Ruler

    I also use the type you rotate back and forth, I put a dab of sewing machine oil and twist about 3-4 times. I seem to get a decent cut. I have a container that I keep my dull blades, and as I run out of the sharp blades, I sharpen all the dull blades at one time, putting them in the sharp blade container. That way, I never need to stop cutting, especially
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by Susan on Mon, Nov 12 2012
  • new to the message board

    I have been sewing since I was 10. My mother signed my sister and I up when my dad went to Viet Nam and she was working. I guess to keep us out of trouble. In 2000, my grandson, then 4-1/2, wanted a dinosaur bedroom. I decided to go and pick up a bolt of dinosaur fabric by Cranston. I was just going to make curtains & comforter; however, my friend
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Susan on Mon, Nov 12 2012
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