SC: No More Tension Headaches! 03/23/19

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SC: Saturday, March 23 from 10am - 1pm


We all have had those dreaded tension headaches when quilting with our longarm machines. In this class, Michelle will lead you through a practical step-by-step approach to perfect tension by helping you understand the fundamentals and the steps to achieve that perfect stitch.
Understanding how machine tension functions and how the stitch is made is essential. You will learn the when, why, and how to make tension adjustments as well as the cause and effects of each adjustment made.

You will leave this class with the knowledge and confidence to achieve that perfect stitch. Handouts included.


Supply List: Bring paper and pencil to take notes


Attention all Network Innovians!  Students registering for this class who purchased their longarm from The Longarm Network (our Network Innovians!) will receive a 10% rebate on their class fee in the form of a TLN Gift Card to be picked up at class.

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$60.00

SC: Saturday, March 23 from 10am - 1pm

We all have had those dreaded tension headaches when quilting with our longarm machines. In this class, Michelle will lead you through a practical step-by-step approach to perfect tension by helping you understand the fundamentals and the steps to achieve that perfect stitch. Understanding how machine tension functions and how the stitch is made is essential. You will learn the when, why, and how to make tension adjustments as well as the cause and effects of each adjustment made.

You will leave this class with the knowledge and confidence to achieve that perfect stitch. Handouts included.

Supply List: Bring paper and pencil to take notes

Attention all Network Innovians!  Students registering for this class who purchased their longarm from The Longarm Network (our Network Innovians!) will receive a 10% rebate on their class fee in the form of a TLN Gift Card to be picked up at class.

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