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Patterns and Instructions / Re: Craftsy Online Classes 2
« Last post by Sergerqueen on Today at 05:13:04 PM »
Looks like it worked for me too! Thanks to Sewvt for the link.
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Chatter / Re: The Summer Gazebo (S. Hemis. The Winter Fireside)
« Last post by SuziQz on Today at 04:27:00 PM »
It's going to be only 99 here today.   It isn't really hot until we get to triple digits, right?   ;)

Laurie, she sounds like a teacher I would have loved to have, too. 

My fingers are crossed that you DH gets good results.

Linda, so, not avocado shag, right?  (That's what was in my house when I bought it.  Over oak floors.   ::)  I wonder if that is still made.  If so, why.) 
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Introductions / Re: Hi i'm new from Philidelphia
« Last post by Saashka on Today at 04:11:03 PM »
Hello HVCapetillo and welcome to Stitcher's Guild!
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Like Becky, I've been sewing like I've been posting - a little bit here and there. I have made two new skirts, one in a dark gray rayon ponte and one in black Sophia doubleknit. Today I have cut out a yellow top and plan to sew it up after lunch. The fabric is the 11 oz. rayon jersey from Emmaonesock. I've really enjoyed wearing my other tops in that fabric. I have another yellow in a lighter weight, from Michael Levine, and I think I'll sew that tomorrow or the next day. And then make some jewelry to go with the tops.
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Introductions / Re: Hi i'm new from Philidelphia
« Last post by andib on Today at 04:00:40 PM »
Hi, and Welcome!  Where in Philly are you?  I used to have an office in Norristown and King of Prussia.  I hope you like it here!
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Saashka, how does the 1034D go around corners.  Is the foot pretty fat  or is it narrow?

I find it does a great job around curves, even fairly tight ones. Actual corners I do differently - inside corner becomes an almost straight line, and outside corner is done in two separate passes. Karen R provided a good explanation about the foot width.
One other thing I'll say is that I have the Bernina 1300 serger/coverstitch, but ever since I tried the Brother 1034D serger, the Bernina has not serged a stitch.
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Patterns and Instructions / Re: Craftsy Online Classes 2
« Last post by Sewshopper on Today at 03:07:11 PM »
Thanks for the heads up, got one that was on my wish list.

Just finished watching Nancy Nix Rice's wardrobe one, it had good info.

Karleene
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Site News and Announcements / Re: Sandbox V
« Last post by HappyGene on Today at 03:05:59 PM »
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Whew...finally!!

Here's the syntax for linking from a private Pinterest board:

img width=250]https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/2b/18/d5/2b18d5e47da06299189469197c8f5bf3.jpg[/img

**  BE SURE to add the beginning and ending []'s.

I got this by dragging a semi-large pic onto a "board" in my Pinterest account and then clicking that pic to make it full size, and then right clicking that new larger pic and choosing "Copy link address."

Then, I pasted it between the resulting "[ img][ /img]" of the image insertion icon on the legend above and added the width to make it appear smaller when scrolling this thread.

:) Gene
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Patterns and Instructions / Re: Craftsy Online Classes 2
« Last post by touva7 on Today at 02:56:23 PM »
Linda Lee has a new class on Craftsy about taming difficult fabrics... what a nice element of timing to get this one free...
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I agree with Elephun--it would be sad to set up your lovely, multi-functional Evolution just to do coverstitch.

A separate coverstitch machine is wonderful, as long as you have the room for one. I heart the Janome 1000CP, which I've used for years. It's simple to use and it always does a good job.

Kathryn
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