I had a portion of a panel and matching prints, that have sat idle / marinating a long time. Sew....I did. I needed some quickies to quilt when I had the Bliss rail system installed on Lenni.(he was named Lenni, long before APQS made a Lenni, this Lenni is an APQS Millennium.)
As always, upgrades have a learning curve. The system makes a big difference, the machine moves with much less effort. My shoulders thank me. The however is....circles are wobbly and loops have a squiggle in them, and straight lines run away from me, and so far the channel locks don't want to work, another tech call in my future. Aww...life is tuff.
While I was at it...learning I mean, I tried a fold over binding. I trimmed the backing to 2 inches all around, folded and clipped it down ( I really like those clips.) and machined it. Quick and easy as advertized. It is for me not, great quality. I don't care for the waves, and I sure don't know why it waves. Reminds me of that saying.... two of three is what you will get....no money involved in this two of three ⇝ Back to my regular binding program.