Limited Space Signup today Training in GA!

Posted by on November 18, 2013


We are so thrilled that the training class and open house are just around the corner.  The TinLizzie18 Team is hard at work, preparing the newest location. Call today to sign up for your hands on training.

Hands on training everyone deserves their own machine, Join us for a fun filled training course. We will learn everything from proper care of your machine, numerous freehand designs, pinning on, threading, and have open discussion to answer all those questions you may have. This class is designed around our TinLizzie18 Product but we welcome all Longarm quilters to join us.  

Class Includes: Quilt Kit to learn all the different quilting techniques and Lunch Catered

Contact Trudie Patterson today class size is limited: 1-423-309-2487 or email

Address:  TinLizzie18 Retail and Learning Cater

1351 Dividend Drive Suite E

Marietta, GA 30067

Class Time: 9:00am-3:00pm

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Rip, Rip, Rip all the way Home!

Posted by on November 17, 2011

Of course we never want to admit that we have had to un-quilt in the past, present and I am sure to come in the future!   But in case that it does happen to you, here are 2 tips that might help.

 1.Ripping out stitches has a method that works if you follow it and have normal sized stitches.

First pull the thread tail from the underneath stitching. Pull until you pucker up or gather the thread as far as you can go before it breaks. Second, scratch at the stitching on the top in the area that you just pulled from and grab the loose tail of the top thread. Pull the top thread  until you gather the thread as far as you can go until that top thread breaks. Then go back to the underneath thread and repeat. If you alternate back and forth from top to bottom you can pull that stitching out in just a short time and have eliminated the use of a seam ripper and the chance of cutting your quilt.

2. After the stitches have been pulled out you might see the stitching holes where the sewing was. You can eliminate those holes by brushing with a wet toothbrush.

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