This is just a sample of the quilting I did. Of course, I have to show you the good stuff.
I did learn that.......when the machine pulls and makes ugly stitches (yes....it is the machine), that it is off track. Duhhhhhh....
Learned that the prewound bobbins last longer.
That before I start stitching I need to check to see how much room I have to quilt....this is a mid arm....not much room and sometimes I would get square head circles.
I learned that all I have to do is click the poles, I was trying to use the button to release the poles but you just move the pole clockwise and it will release (wish I had figured this out sooner).
I also have an on and off switch (which they call a speed regulator). This gal has a need for speed and this little guzimo was not cutting it. So I used the foot pedal and had to move it every time I hit the middle. Minor inconvenience.
I also learned that my left foot is heavier than my right.....
I am guessing that I spent about 4 to 5 hours if that much quilting. I only worked on it intermittently through the week. It took longer to learn how to mount it.
I did do a king size quilt on my Bernina....even with the frustration of the Honeymoon, it was wonderful being able to just sail away.
I was thinking that Jeanette was right, I should have went smaller but.....now that it is done, it will go on my bed. Won't matter what my husband does to it....or will it???? HUMMMM
I just had to show you this fun scissor holder a friend sent for my birthday!!!
Isn't that the cat's meow???? Matches my fuzzy slippers!