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Threading your Block Rockit Properly
Threading your Block Rockit Properly
Category: Articles
Posted: Monday, November 16, 2015 02:00 PM
Views: 3338
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Properly threading your machine is essential to having a good stitch.

Improperly threading your machine can cause loops in the stitch, break the thread, or tangle the thread into a ‘bird’s nest’, causing your machine to seize up. 

In this post you'll see why we always talk about correct threading:

Quilting Smoothly – Keeping Wheels and Tracks Clean
Quilting Smoothly – Keeping Wheels and Tracks Clean
Category: Articles
Posted: Monday, October 26, 2015 12:02 PM
Views: 2637
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Clean tracks and wheels will not only lengthen a machine's and frame's lifespan, but will also contribute in producing a nice stitch for your quilts. 

Click to read more about our cleaning suggestions and products we like to use.

Quilting Modes of the Block Rockit’s Stitch Regulator
Quilting Modes of the Block Rockit’s Stitch Regulator
Category: Articles
Posted: Monday, September 21, 2015 11:33 AM
Views: 2375
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The Block Rockit has a built in stitch regulator that has four different quilting modes: regulated precise, regulated cruise, manual, and baste.

What do they do? And when do you use them?

We discuss the modes here in this blog post: 

Beginning with Free Motion Quilting
Beginning with Free Motion Quilting
Category: Articles
Posted: Monday, November 2, 2015 01:08 PM
Views: 2174
Synopsis:

There are techniques that are vital in helping a quilter better learn the feel for their machine. One of these: free-motion quilting.

We talk about the importance of why you should be starting out with Free Motion Quilting before anything else

 

 

Adjusting the Hopping Foot for your Block Rockit
Adjusting the Hopping Foot for your Block Rockit
Category: Articles
Posted: Sunday, August 2, 2015 09:14 PM
Views: 2073
Synopsis:

What is the hopping foot?

And, when or why would you need to adjust it?

We answer these questions in the following post.