Calling all TinLizzie18 fans!
We’re excited to announce that we’re adding Webinars to our 2014 learning lineup! TinLizzie18 is committed to our customers and to bringing our world-class learning opportunities to online users everywhere!
Our February Webinars are open for registration via our website and Facebook. You can also CLICK HERE for registration information.
Best Practices for quilting- Feb 10 3:00pm
Understanding your stitch regulator- Feb 17 3:00pm
Watch for announcements and registration information for future Webinars. All Webinars will be recorded and posted on our website to share with our TinLizzie18 users who are unable to join us live.
Frame basics- March 4 (tentative)
Learn the basic techniques and the how to of frame quilting. Loading, threading, bobbin and sew much more. Denise will show you some of her favorite tricks at the frame.
Ten tips for good Tension March 10th (tentative)
Seeing and understanding how tension on your thread works will help you to have better stitching. Learn how to find the best tension for your machine, fabric and thread. Take the worries out of thread tension.
Freedom with Free Motion quilting April 21 (tentative)
Free motion quilting can be very scary and it should not be. Denise takes free motion and teaches you to have some freedom when quilting. She will show you how to relax while moving.
Best Practice when using the Quilt Magician (date not set)
Learn the best practices for the Quilt Magician such as how does the SD card and USB stitch work. Marking your quilting area see why your foot placement is very important for each design placement. Scaling and saving designs when is this needed. Learn this and more.
Getting the most with the Quilt Magician March 31 (tentative)
Start loading your frame, setting designs, scaling designs and sew much more with the Quilt Magician. Don’t miss the special class that teaches ways to use the X and Y line to keep things straight.
When, where, how and why… record with the Quilt Magician? April 8 (tentative)
Recording is the a feature that is under used. Did you know that you can record pantographs, Golden Threads paper, designs in magazines and many more items. Taking this class and we will teach you why the record feature is so important when making your quilts special.