Does anyone know what this is? I found it in my ton of stuff and have no clue whether it goes with an embroidery machine or regular machine. The metal part is a hoop and it looks like the arm goes in a hole somewhere.
I want to have a stuffie party. We have a new Fire Station being built to replace the old. I read a post about giving stuffies to fire and police services to give to little children. So I want to have a stuffie party with my friends to make a bunch to giv
I have a satin stitch frame design that doesn't stitchout the way it looks in my software. In the software, the width of the stitching is the same everywhere. When I stitch it out on my machine the top to bottom sides are the right width, but the left to
I could swear that some stabilizers shrink, but then I think maybe it's something else that I do wrong. Do stabilizers shrink? I seem to have a shrinking problem with tearaways, but not the iron-on ones.
I just need to vent. I got a Babylock Journey 1 1/2 years ago. It worked perfectly for one year. Then it had an awful thread nest. since then, I keep getting nests, breaking needles, poor tension control, shredding thread, and terrible results. I c
I've noticed that when I stitchout a design that my fabric shrinks the WOF but not length. Not a lot, but enough to throw a frame off. I do use a basting stitch, but does not help. I've tried different kinds of stabilizers but so far none fixes the prob
I'm making my first tote...and I swear this project is jinxed. The worst thing I did was grab my rotary cutter instead of the marking pen. Anyhow, I want to put somethink in the bottom of the tote to make it firm. I was thinking cardboard, but that'll g
I'm looking for suggestion as to what fsl can be used for. I have a ton of them that I haven't stitched out, but when I give them to people my suggestions are limited...bookmarks, insert in a card, stitch on clothing...I was thinking about gluing onto a
I had bought some tearaway/washaway stabilizer a few years ago. I had used it in a project but it did not tearaway cleanly, so I didn't use it again. When I asked around about it, I found out that the paper did washaway but left fibers underneath the sti
I want to try to do multiple hooping to make a quilt. It seem that when I do embroidery with batting in it, even with a cutaway stabilizer, the embroidery takes up space and shrinks the fabric a little. I'm concerned about getting the merged parts to lin