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  • Re: Which Free Motion/Darning Foot?

    Debbie and Quilnan - Thank you both so much for your insights. After looking around online even more, I've decided to get the Big Foot. I'm still torn in a way - for less than just the price of the Big Foot (around $25), I could get a free motion foot and a couching foot elsewhere...but since I'm so new to the process, I'm going to take
    Posted to Stitching (Forum) by QueenKatherine on 19 Mar 2010
  • Re: Which Free Motion/Darning Foot?

    Actually, you've been a big help, Beverley. I've been driving myself crazy over what I need to get - and all I really want to do is free motion. That's it. I don't want a test on feet or the sewing machine or...maybe I'm going about this the wrong way, but that's how I seem to approach all art. I jump in and ask questions later
    Posted to Stitching (Forum) by QueenKatherine on 18 Mar 2010
  • Which Free Motion/Darning Foot?

    Hi - I need some help. My sewing machine is pretty old - a Sears Kenmore 1516. I've actually "storrowed" it from my mom and am slowly getting acclimated to it. ("Storrowed" = I borrowed it about a year ago...and have pretty much stolen it at this point.) I want to get a free motion/darning foot for it - dropping the feed dogs
    Posted to Stitching (Forum) by QueenKatherine on 18 Mar 2010
  • Re: Cracked Paper Quilts questions

    Peggy - Great job! I really like what you did and wish I had been around prior to you finishing it up. Congratulations on your manuscript being accepted!! You go with your bad self - it's going to be a great book and I can't wait to read it. Yay, you! I just started playing with my encaustics - and I used them on the front of a journal cover
    Posted to Cloth Paper Scissors (Forum) by QueenKatherine on 4 Mar 2010
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