Thursday, March 19, 2015

BAILEY HOME QUILTER

I finally found time to play with my Bailey Home Quilter.  

Took a lot of frogging (rip it! rip it!!) trying to adjust the tension.  Thread breakage,
bobbin messing up, tension slipping...  I guess you can tell I had a time with it but

with every new baby, you have to learn how to make it purr.


MEOW!!


Even with the issues I had learning the machine it still took less time quilting this than on my domestic machine.


Looks so wonderful in my dinning room.   I am so thrilled.



16 comments:

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Is your machine on a frame?

Wacky Woman said...

It sure does look wonderful in your dining room! Excellent!

Needled Mom said...

Oh yeah. It looks wonderful too. I'm glad that you got it figured out.

Jean said...

Great job.I'm excited for you! It took me awhile to get comfortable with mine.

Scrappy quilter said...

Wonderful job and great table.

hetty said...

Glad you got it figured out. The quilt looks great on your table.

Dana Gaffney said...

I'm so glad you made friends with your new toy, the table topper looks great, I love those colors.

Lesley said...

Beautiful...and I laughed at your froggie comment!

West Michigan Quilter said...

Glad you are liking your new machine. Is it on the same frame as your other machine? How much throat room do you have? Bet you are having fun!

Gene Black said...

That was the first I have heard of the Bailey. I hope you really enjoy it.

Barbara said...

Beautiful, but the quilting makes me dizzy! Lol.

Meg in Tennessee said...

I never heard of the Bailey either. Glad you are enjoying it. Cheerful table for spring.

Karen L. Bates said...

Beautiful...love the colors! Never heard of this new toy...sounds like you will have a blast with it.

Susan In Texas said...

Lovely quilt, Barb. Do you have your new Bailey on a frame or is it a sit down setup? I looked at, played with (and drooled over) the Handi-Quilter Avante 18 at the Dallas Quilt Celebration. I have down-selected to my favorite model and chosen a distributor, too bad I'm not ready to spend the $$$$.

Happy belated quilting day,
Susan in Texas

Jacque said...

Looks like you are having fun! Love the fabrics, too.

Missy Shay said...

I love your table topper, it turned out great!