In my previous post, I said there will be another post for the PSQ I'm working on and here it is
... it is ready to be quilted.
I took this photo before it was pinned properly and thread basted
I don't think it had happened if not 'Dear Nina' had decided 'it is no fun to sew'!
Not sure what the problem is. Had the same problem back in December and the tech guy didn't find anything wrong after running test programs etc. I took her home and it has worked perfectly since then, for now to act up again! It could be dust on a sensor and I also believe the high humidity here has an impact.... cotton dust + high humidity = cotton 'glue'?
Well, here she is in her 'sulking' (carrying) bag ready for the tech guy on Tuesday.
An empty sewing table! It's scary empty!!!
This had NOT happened if 'Dear Nina' had behaved!
What else to do when you can't sew? Quilt top, batting and backing ready!
It is made of 2.5 inch squares and all the squares are from swaps.
I counted the squares some time ago but have forgotten how many there are...
I did this post as a draft some days ago and here's an update on 'Dear Nina'.
The tech guy had to connect with Switzerland for support on 'Dear Nina's illness'. He called back yesterday and could tell it is the power supply and that the L-board (power supply) has to be changed. Fortunate he has one in stock, he said, and hopefully 'Dear Nina' will be home today or tomorrow! :)