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Old 06-26-2013, 01:21 PM   #766
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Way back forever ago, I posted my woes with my newish embroidery machine... finally have some resolution today.

(Quick recap: it's been broken now a MONTH. I have had it in 3 times. It is a 3-hour round trip. Also, they were mean to me. )

Met today with the owner of the store, who had called me after getting the Better Business Bureau inquiry. She was in Italy. So couldn't do anything for 2 more weeks while she enjoyed her vacation. (not clear why no one in the store could help me, but whatever.) So I met with her today and flat out said I was NOT interested in hearing all the reasons I was the problem... The tech took it back and found 2 more burrs on the throat plate that he did not find the previous 3 times... And I sat w/ them and tested it. FINALLY got through an entire project. They still think my thread (all threadart, and all works totally fine with my PE770 for the FIFTY shirts I did this month with the little machine.) and my bobbins and my stabilizer. I literally just ordered medium-weight cut-away, which is what I prefer for t-shirts, 200 yards of it thru thread art, but haven't even opened it until today since my machine was down... they were $40/100 yards. The stabilizer they insisted I need to buy was $275/100 yards. GASP!
Anyway, I was finally able to use, successfully, and with my own stabilizer and threads, my machine for the first time in a month and finished 4 shirts for orders. I am in a crunch to get all my orders done before we leave for Colorado on Sunday. And I stupidly agreed to make a full-sized quilt top before I go, which has 24 appliques that take 20-30 minutes each. Because I am clearly dumb.
So that's the skinny. They finally fixed it right and so far so good. But I still feel like it should not take a month, 8 trips, a letter to the owner, BBB and Brother Corp to get that sort of resolution.
Maybe when we get back I can start making stuff for my kids for our trip, since time is flying!
Hurrah! I am so glad to hear your machine is finally working! I hope it continues to "behave". And - sorry - I have to agree that it is stupid agreeing to make a quilt top! What were you thinking??? I hope your machine continues to work and I hope you get everything finished... Good luck!
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Spoke too soon evidently. I was able to get 4 shirts done yesterday. Age today I worked for 5 hours and got zero because its back to breaking thread every few stitches. I'm so upset. It's even doing it with "their" thread since they've insisted mine is all bad. It's not the design since its the same design I did 3 of last night. I'm
So ready for this to be done. The amount of time away from my family, accomplishing nothing, the stress and the tears are just not worth the meager $ I've made.
I think it definitely has a tension issue at the heart of the problem. The shirts I did finish were solid color on the back, not the white in the middle if that makes sense. I tried to adjust the tension up on the top thread as the manual suggested (both on the one design and universally) but it didn't make a difference with the breakage or the ratio of bobbin-to-top thread on the back. The manual says too little tension on top causes breakage and loops which I have both. I also have where it "skips" a stitch, mostly in the tack down steps and its like the bottom thread didn't catch that one stitch and then it sort of recovers and keeps going. I can hear a click sound when the thread breaks or it skips. I have to sit and watch every single stitch.

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I am so sorry you are still having problems with this machine. I have one suggestion, and its probably something you've already tried. My machine was also making a clicking noise and the thread would break every couple of stitches. I finally realized that my needle was not seated all the way in the needle holder. I pushed it up firmly and the problems went away. I also discovered that on my 770, the needle holder is tight and the needle does need an extra push to get it in place.

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Well, I haven't been posting 'cause I was at Disney World! I may not have been the most magical of vacations (more on that later when I have the time), but now it's over.

However, right before I left, a guy I used to work for asked me if I could do some puppet costumes by the end of June. I said, "sure, I'll be gone most of June, but I can do it the last week when I get back" Three puppet costumes in a week - no problem. Oh, you need two hunters? Four puppet costumes in a week, ok. Now let's throw in a quick trip to Omaha (2 hours each way) to the bank to fix my screw-up (this will be further explained in the later not-so-magical post) and to help my son pick out an engagement ring , add in a dentist appointment for my aunt and a doctor appointment for my mother. Oh, and did I mention that my groupon for my photobooks expires today.

Whew! What am I doing on the computer? I'm supposed to be looking up pictures of the grandfather for Peter and the Wolf. Guess I'll get back to that, but I'll leave you with the Peter costume which I finished a few minutes ago. (Well, I want to make him a hat, but the main part is finished.)

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Way back forever ago, I posted my woes with my newish embroidery machine... finally have some resolution today.

(Quick recap: it's been broken now a MONTH. I have had it in 3 times. It is a 3-hour round trip. Also, they were mean to me. )

Met today with the owner of the store, who had called me after getting the Better Business Bureau inquiry. She was in Italy. So couldn't do anything for 2 more weeks while she enjoyed her vacation. (not clear why no one in the store could help me, but whatever.) So I met with her today and flat out said I was NOT interested in hearing all the reasons I was the problem... The tech took it back and found 2 more burrs on the throat plate that he did not find the previous 3 times... And I sat w/ them and tested it. FINALLY got through an entire project. They still think my thread (all threadart, and all works totally fine with my PE770 for the FIFTY shirts I did this month with the little machine.) and my bobbins and my stabilizer. I literally just ordered medium-weight cut-away, which is what I prefer for t-shirts, 200 yards of it thru thread art, but haven't even opened it until today since my machine was down... they were $40/100 yards. The stabilizer they insisted I need to buy was $275/100 yards. GASP!
Anyway, I was finally able to use, successfully, and with my own stabilizer and threads, my machine for the first time in a month and finished 4 shirts for orders. I am in a crunch to get all my orders done before we leave for Colorado on Sunday. And I stupidly agreed to make a full-sized quilt top before I go, which has 24 appliques that take 20-30 minutes each. Because I am clearly dumb.
So that's the skinny. They finally fixed it right and so far so good. But I still feel like it should not take a month, 8 trips, a letter to the owner, BBB and Brother Corp to get that sort of resolution.
Maybe when we get back I can start making stuff for my kids for our trip, since time is flying!
Glad to hear that some progress has been made on that front. I am sure it has been a very frustrating experience for you.

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Some of you know me on FB and have seen this already, but I just had to share...I made my FIRST Disney Custom EVER yesterday!

DD7 was thrilled. I said "Your Disney AK outfit is done!" She said "Great. Let's go now." LOL

I have one more identical outfit to make for dd3, and then I'm going to attempt some hand appliqued shirts.

I'm kicking myself because the fabric was on clearance and I didn't buy more. Such a fun fabric.
I was really "cutting it close" on getting the two outfits out of it.
I plan on using some pieces left over to make Mickey heads for the rest of us girls.





The outfit is super cute! What a smart idea to make Mickey heads to tie the whole thing together!

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Spoke too soon evidently. I was able to get 4 shirts done yesterday. Age today I worked for 5 hours and got zero because its back to breaking thread every few stitches. I'm so upset. It's even doing it with "their" thread since they've insisted mine is all bad. It's not the design since its the same design I did 3 of last night. I'm
So ready for this to be done. The amount of time away from my family, accomplishing nothing, the stress and the tears are just not worth the meager $ I've made.
I think it definitely has a tension issue at the heart of the problem. The shirts I did finish were solid color on the back, not the white in the middle if that makes sense. I tried to adjust the tension up on the top thread as the manual suggested (both on the one design and universally) but it didn't make a difference with the breakage or the ratio of bobbin-to-top thread on the back. The manual says too little tension on top causes breakage and loops which I have both. I also have where it "skips" a stitch, mostly in the tack down steps and its like the bottom thread didn't catch that one stitch and then it sort of recovers and keeps going. I can hear a click sound when the thread breaks or it skips. I have to sit and watch every single stitch.

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Oh no! I am so sorry to hear that!

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Well, I haven't been posting 'cause I was at Disney World! I may not have been the most magical of vacations (more on that later when I have the time), but now it's over.

However, right before I left, a guy I used to work for asked me if I could do some puppet costumes by the end of June. I said, "sure, I'll be gone most of June, but I can do it the last week when I get back" Three puppet costumes in a week - no problem. Oh, you need two hunters? Four puppet costumes in a week, ok. Now let's throw in a quick trip to Omaha (2 hours each way) to the bank to fix my screw-up (this will be further explained in the later not-so-magical post) and to help my son pick out an engagement ring , add in a dentist appointment for my aunt and a doctor appointment for my mother. Oh, and did I mention that my groupon for my photobooks expires today.

Whew! What am I doing on the computer? I'm supposed to be looking up pictures of the grandfather for Peter and the Wolf. Guess I'll get back to that, but I'll leave you with the Peter costume which I finished a few minutes ago. (Well, I want to make him a hat, but the main part is finished.)

Welcome back! Sounds like you have quite a story to tell. Congratulations on your son's upcoming proposal! I am sure the ring is lovely. The costume looks great! Can't wait to see the rest of them.
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Spoke too soon evidently. I was able to get 4 shirts done yesterday. Age today I worked for 5 hours and got zero because its back to breaking thread every few stitches. I'm so upset. It's even doing it with "their" thread since they've insisted mine is all bad. It's not the design since its the same design I did 3 of last night. I'm
So ready for this to be done. The amount of time away from my family, accomplishing nothing, the stress and the tears are just not worth the meager $ I've made.
I think it definitely has a tension issue at the heart of the problem. The shirts I did finish were solid color on the back, not the white in the middle if that makes sense. I tried to adjust the tension up on the top thread as the manual suggested (both on the one design and universally) but it didn't make a difference with the breakage or the ratio of bobbin-to-top thread on the back. The manual says too little tension on top causes breakage and loops which I have both. I also have where it "skips" a stitch, mostly in the tack down steps and its like the bottom thread didn't catch that one stitch and then it sort of recovers and keeps going. I can hear a click sound when the thread breaks or it skips. I have to sit and watch every single stitch.

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I would demand a new machine. That is just completely unacceptable. Sounds like you got a lemon.
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@DisneyMom5 Love the new AK outfit. So appropriate and adorable.
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@smittette Oh my goodness. That is a lot to get done in a short amount of time.
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@DisneyMom5 Love the new AK outfit. So appropriate and adorable.
Thanks everyone! Is it mean of me that I won't let her wear it till WDW? LOL
They are very good at trashing outfits...If they trash it at WDW...well, at least we're already there!
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Spoke too soon evidently. I was able to get 4 shirts done yesterday. Age today I worked for 5 hours and got zero because its back to breaking thread every few stitches. I'm so upset. It's even doing it with "their" thread since they've insisted mine is all bad. It's not the design since its the same design I did 3 of last night. I'm
So ready for this to be done. The amount of time away from my family, accomplishing nothing, the stress and the tears are just not worth the meager $ I've made.
I think it definitely has a tension issue at the heart of the problem. The shirts I did finish were solid color on the back, not the white in the middle if that makes sense. I tried to adjust the tension up on the top thread as the manual suggested (both on the one design and universally) but it didn't make a difference with the breakage or the ratio of bobbin-to-top thread on the back. The manual says too little tension on top causes breakage and loops which I have both. I also have where it "skips" a stitch, mostly in the tack down steps and its like the bottom thread didn't catch that one stitch and then it sort of recovers and keeps going. I can hear a click sound when the thread breaks or it skips. I have to sit and watch every single stitch.

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I am so sorry to read that your machine is acting up. I would be in tears too!

I was almost in tears because my tension was messed up last night and I couldn't figure it out so I dragged out my manual and read though and lo and behold I had both a dull needle and my needle was in backward (flat toward the front not the back of the machine.) fixed now but caused much frustration!

So my question the dress I am making has a lot of ruffles (for me, a newbie still) and the pattern says to do double rows for gathering which I find I dislike immensely as I prefer a single row to gather. Is there a reason I must do a double row to gather?

Please and thanks!

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I am so sorry to read that your machine is acting up. I would be in tears too!

I was almost in tears because my tension was messed up last night and I couldn't figure it out so I dragged out my manual and read though and lo and behold I had both a dull needle and my needle was in backward (flat toward the front not the back of the machine.) fixed now but caused much frustration!

So my question the dress I am making has a lot of ruffles (for me, a newbie still) and the pattern says to do double rows for gathering which I find I dislike immensely as I prefer a single row to gather. Is there a reason I must do a double row to gather?

Please and thanks!

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Main reason for double row is insurance. If one row breaks, you have another ready to go. If you pull both of the rows you will get a smoother ruffle.


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I'm terribly behind, but I didn't want you to think I fell off the map.

We are currently seriously debating putting our house up for sale and moving about an hour south. IF we can afford to do so, we'd like to build our next house. So, I'm in the midst of decluttering, purging and deep cleaning this house to be ready to show, checking into financing and a builder on the other end, etc. We've had two agents in to give us their spiel. We've got a few things to get repaired, etc. Complete craziness at the moment.

We'll also be away all next week for "Family Camp" with my parents and all my sibs and their kids.

Stress!!

So, all that to say, you may not see me for a bit, but I will be back as soon as I can! I'd miss my sewing support group way too much!

Hope you all are well, and upcoming trips are tons of fun!

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Sorry someone asked if you're pregnant. People should learn that question is never ok. Unfortunately due to extra pounds and some very stretched out "twin skin" in the belly I always fear I look pregnant. (Except when I actually WAS pregnant I was the size of a small car!) I like yhe Dana top because its sort of flowy around the middle where shirts are usually tight. But Carrie said hers looked maternity-Ike so maybe it's a better fit for us bigger folk.

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Jen - I meant to get back to your comments about the Dana. I'm in no way a svelte body either! 3 pregnancies in 4 years doesn't leave one with a great tummy area. I usually wear a L in shirts, so the way that top fits is just bizarre! I haven't had time to go back and re-work mine yet and sadly probably won't until next summer the way things look.

I love both of your Dana's, Jen! They really do look nice and flattering! Don't sell yourself short!

I think, Flora, if you did buy it, you'd want to make the XS or S or it will be too blousy on you!

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Just popping in with a very quick hello I have not been sewing. I initially had elbow pain about three months ago and then it progressed to my shoulder. After an MRI it turns out I have a high grade rotator cuff tear. I'm being treated initially with steroid injections. The first one didn't work but I just got a second in a different location and it's feeling better. I will start PT once we return from our vacation if I don't get full range of motion back (I am no where near close to full range). I also have adhesive capsulitis which translated means "frozen shoulder" so I'm very limited in movement of my dominant arm. I did do one shirt on my embroidery machine the other day though, so I'm making slow progress. Hopefully this summer I'll get caught up on this thread and will go back and drool over everyone's fabulous work. I do miss you all but some days being on the computer too long hurts my arm.

Oh no, Andrea! I'm so sorry to hear this! Prayers for speedy healing! Did you get your house sold??

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Welcome home! How did your family do with the fire?

How exciting about your nephew! What a neat thing for him to get to do!

I hope your drive goes well. I will shout a "hello" to you from Littleton!
We need to meet up sometime, I'm in Littleton too!!

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My family was fine this time around. Last year my mom was evacuated, she lives in the foothills northwest CS, her house was fine but the church 50 yards outside her backdoor had a spot fire and suffered damage. My brother lives about a mile south of the evac area for this most recent fire. It's heartbreaking to see so much devastation in my hometown. I do miss the mountains and my husband, even though he is from Chicago, occasionally discusses moving back there. His family no longer lives here, they retired elsewhere, and it would be nice for my kids to grow up near their cousin. Looking forward to being in Colorado, not as much looking forward to the drive out and back! Our road trip to florida a few months ago to visit my husband's Dad was terrible, my kids were awful and I think we stopped 200 times to potty. Sigh.
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