The longarm machine matters
Almost 2 years ago I wrote an article on my old blog describing my experience shopping for a new longarm and showing why I selected Innova. But more than my opinion, the article has a list of things to test drive when you are shopping for a longarm.
I bought my Innova because of the stitch quality and control that I have to place every single stitch exactly where I want it. A Birds of a Feather this weekend I found out that people are still going to the old blog to read that article. So now I've moved it over and it's with the Longarm Tutorials. If you want to read it you can find it here.
Meanwhile back at home, I took yesterday seriously as a Sunday and basically only did laundry. I had my physical this morning and plan to work on my applique this afternoon.
2/16/2017 12:04:31 pm
I know! aren't people just exhausting! Great progress on the applique quilt.
2/19/2017 12:36:36 pm
When I talked to the guy from longarm network last year at the MAQF and asked him why I should buy an Innova rather than any other machine out there and he said "We have 24 hour tech support, so if you have a problem with your machine at 3 in the morning you can get help".
I'm sorry that you took that comment as implying that the machine actually NEEDS that kind of support. It doesn't. I've never needed anything more that a little guidance from TLN to help me with a problem or 2 that has always been user error. Their point is that no matter your issue, even if it's something simple, you can always talk to someone. I've talked to lots of Innova owners and have yet to hear of a maching breaking. The quality of the machine can't be beat.
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.