A Quick note on How to leave your family for a week and enjoy the Houston International Quilt Festival.
For me I cook. Making sure they are well fed makes me feel no guilt to be feeding my own appetite for Quilting.
Smoked brisket, marinate for 2 days. 10 hrs in the smoker, slice and enjoy.
That should hold them for the week.
Dates remaining for 2106 Consumer Training
Oct 5,6,7 Weatherford TX (2 seats left) Sewing world of Weatherford
Oct 20,21,22 Glendale AZ (Full) – MulQueens
Nov 16,17,18 Morris IL – Fabric Center
Nov 30, Dec 1,2 Advanced Training Miami FL – Juki Headquarters
Please Contact Yelinda@juki.com for Information
What a treasure the MO-103. Patrice shared her faithful sidekick, they have created Lycra bathing suits, alpaca golf sweaters, velour robes, countless T-shirts, and a million miles of cotton quilt fabric edges for unfrayed washed edges!
My treasure, well…The MO-2000. Can’t beat easy air threading and an LCD screen that quickly shows me settings for 15 different stitches.
Are you READY for Phoenix Arizona?
Mulqueens will be sponsoring a Juki Longarm Consumer Training in the Phoenix Area
Oct 20,21,22nd 2016
Please Contact Yelinda@juki.com for an application
Check out this fun Design Leah Day has created with her Juki HZLF600.
I love to try all Leah’s Designs they are Great Inspiration. Sit down Quilting, Longarm Try them all. She also has a design a day.
New Dates and Locations for Upcoming Consumer Longarm Training.
Training is for Owners of the Juki Longarm with Frame
Buffalo NY @ Sew On – Sew Forth 6152 Transit Rd, Depew, NY 14043 July 18-20
Lansing MI @ Country Stitches 2200 Coolidge Rd East Lansing MI 48823 July 28,29,30
Brighton CO @ B Right On 965 Platte River Blvd Brighton, CO 80601 Aug 31-Sept 1,2
Weatherford TX @ Sewing World of Weatherford 2201 Ft. Worth Hwy. Weatherford TX 76086Oct 5-7
Contact Yelinda@Juki.com for more information
We still have openings for Consumer Training
June 7,8,9 2016 Norfolk, VA
Contact Yelinda@juki.com for information.
And the Winner is …
…I used the one on the left. ( at least for me) I first thought I would use the one in the center but I quilted a Mermaid design with Robotics over each star.
The one on the Right I felt was too dark, It would have taken away from the star design by showing up in the background area too strongly.
The light grey in the center was just the opposite. It looked great in the background areas But in the dark areas it looked almost white in places which was not what I wanted or liked.
The one on the left was a light variegated. It blended well over both the dark and the light not standing out anywhere so it did not detract from the star design.
What I did do… was put a very dark variegated in the bobbin. The Quilt has a light mottled backing and I wanted the Quilt Design to show up for everyone to see.
I had to balance that tension perfectly.
Stay tuned for my border designs and finished pics of the Quilt.