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December 11, 2014
NEW Number from machinequilter


Guess what? We're moving! 
Just across the county nearer to Boston 
to be closer to my husband's work.

So our contact details will be changing. 
Meanwhile you can reach us at this number:
01526 378551 

or by email:
 [email protected]

If I miss your call
please email me with your number 
and I'll ring you back as soon as possible.


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December 3, 2014
SuperQuilter Spares from machinequilter


my schoolhouse quilt on the SuperQuilter frame
The SuperQuilter was my very first machine quilting frame. My mom gave it to me for a Christmas present in 2002 and I began selling them here in the UK in the summer of 2003. So when I found the old box of spare parts I felt all nostalgic remembering quilting my schoolhouse quilt 


Martha at the 2004 Festival of Quilts
and the early shows at the Festival of Quilts

little Emily machine quilting her first quilt!
and  Emily's first try quilting her Daizez quilt. 

Here are some photos of the SuperQuilter ...

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October 30, 2014
Quilt Forum in St Petersburg from machinequilter

JUKI QVP2200 all set up and ready to go
Our first job was to get the JUKI 2200QVP set up and ready to roll. The bright variegated Fantastico thread looks like firebird feathers against the black.

pretty feathers and swirls by Emily Milne
 Everything was working beautifully and we were all ready for the Quilt Forum University class later in the day.

Quilt forum University - first try on the JUKI QVP2200
 It is so fun to bring quilters together to try great tools! This was the first time that most of these ladies had ever tried a long arm quilting ...

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September 18, 2014
How to assemble the frame from machinequilter


Here's a little video clip that shows just how easy it is to set up our New English Quilter frames. I'm posting it especially for you gals who are having your frames delivered in the next couple of weeks. It really is this easy! You'll have it out of the box and ready to go in less than 5 minutes.

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