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May 21st and 22nd—Beginner Freehand | Beginner Quilt Magician | Feather
May 22nd—Trunk Show | Pre-Ownership
May 24th and 25th—Beginner Freehand | Beginner Quilt Magician | Feather
Cost: $200 per day. Includes quilt kits, lunch and all supplies needed
Location: 10223 Prospect Avenue | Santee, CA 92071
Class sizes are limited and fill up fast! Reserve your space today!
Contact Sabrina: 608-449-3908 or email@example.com
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Don’t Miss out on our TLC!!!
We are excited that we have our new TLC ( TinLizzie18 Chronicles) available for download! http://tinlizzie18.com/newsletters/
We strive to give educational information to help our TinLizzie18 community, Written by Quilters for Quilters.
Do you have a topic you would like to see in our upcoming TLC? We want to hear from you.
Does Size Matter?
What is the difference between the TinLizzie18DLS and the Ansley26DLS?
This is one question I hear often while attending events and quilt shows. The TinLizzie18DLS and the Ansley26DLS are very similar in many ways. Such as having the famous Lizzie Stitch regulator, 5-year warranty, oil reservoir, built-in bobbin winder, largest capacity bobbin, flexible lamp, needle up/down, laser light, pantographs, and ergonomic handles. The only difference between both great quilters is the throat space. The throat space and the actual quilting space are different with all long-arm quilting machine’s. The actual quilting space of our TinLizzie18DLS is 15 1/2 inches and with the Ansley26DLS is 22 1/2 inches. Both of our Quilters are capable of accomplishing a show winning quilt. So what makes the big difference? Simple you can get your quilt done quicker with the Ansley26DLS when you have the larger quilting area. Therefore you have a real time saver and as we all know time is valuable as quilters there is never enough time to get to the next project!
What a wonderful way to end the Show Season for 2010 with the Houston Quilt Festival. It was so nice to reconnect with our TinLizzie18 friends and make new TinLizzie18 friends. The Quilts that are placed at Quilt Festival are always phenomenal and inspiring. What a great time of the year to get inspired. We look forward to seeing our friends and making new friends during the 2011 show season.
Adjusting the Bobbin Winder
The bobbin does wind and fill, but uneven, filled full at bottom more than top, so not as much thread gets put on the bobbin. What can I do to fix this problem?
I have the solution for the problem you identified. The bobbin winder tension assembly is not positioned correctly. The tension assembly is attached to the rear post that the square tubing is screwed into. On the back side of that post is a set screw which holds the tension assembly in place. There is two thread guides that the thread goes through that keeps the thread in the two metal disc that applies tension to the thread as it winds onto the bobbin. Rotate those two thread guides counter-clockwise (left) 1/8 of an inch, tighten the set screw and wind a bobbin. The TinLizzie18 Team