Friday, April 20, 2007

Back to Hawaiian Quilt

I squared up the 20 twelve-inch blocks. I had to do this because I'd forget to move my needle one click over when I'd turn it back on. Grr I have an Elna and it has been a fine machine except for this. Do all machines go back to a set stitch length and needle position when the machine is turned off? I arranged the blocks on my spare bed and will look at them again tomorrow. I have a couple ideas for finishing them.

Finally getting sunshine and warm weather here. I have my windows open. Yay!
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Leah S said...

I don't know about all machines, but my Bernina goes back to it's default setting after being turned off. So I'm always having to tell it yes, I want the needle down! The needle is also centered, but that's fine, it gives me a quarter-inch with no problems. :)

joyce said...

My Pfaff and my Husqvarna both go back to the default setting when they are turned off. I imagine most machines do. Your quilt is looking beautiful.

Dawn said...

They are gorgeous. I can't wait to see how you finish it off.

YankeeQuilter said...

It may not be sunny outside but that quilt will certainly brighten things up! My DH who loves wearing his wild beach shirts on Fridays, would appreciate this quilt!