- BTW, this is a Baby Lock Coronet Long Arm Quilting machine.
- This was not an easy decision for me. I was totally bonded with the other machine but while quilting the Stackers quilt (that you can see not finished on the back of my chair) all that wrestling and moving the fabric took it's toll on my poor joints. My hands, elbows and shoulders were very painful and the swelling took days to come down. So, if I am going to keep quilting, which I am, I needed an alternative. This was it.
- In some ways the transition is relatively smooth, my issues are specific to controlling the speed of the machine. It can do 1500 spm I think. That is ridiculous. Who sews that fast? I have backed the speed down so we will see.
Monday, July 17, 2017
Under My Needle Now
Hardware...front door handle. Not much interesting here in that category.
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