Are you struggling to free motion quilt on your
home sewing machine?
You don't need a newer, bigger, or more expensive sewing machine, you just need better tools to make this craft easier to master.
Supreme Slider - This Teflon sheet gives you an ultra smooth surface to slide your quilt over. By reducing all the friction between the machine and the quilt, you will now be able to move the quilt much easier, and with far less strain on your arms, shoulders, and back.
Machingers Quilting Gloves - Get a grip! Machingers are lightweight nylon gloves with rubber tips that grip the surface of the quilt, allowing you to move it exactly where you want it to go. Students trying these gloves in class have often reported instantly feeling "in control" over their quilts. Click here for a sizing chart.
Little Genie Magic Bobbin Washers - Are you tired of your thread breaking constantly? These little Teflon washers pop inside your bobbin case (both top and side loading) and help the bobbin spin more evenly. Using these washers will help reduce minor tension issues, backlash, and birds nests from forming as you quilt.
Watch this video to learn more about the Ultimate Quilting Kit:
This super sizes slider is perfect for quilters with larger machines that have at least 7 inches between the needle and the right side of the machine. The larger size covers more surface area on your table and will make quilting larger, heavier quilts much easier.
Do the Little Genie Magic Bobbin Washers work in top loading bobbins or side loading bobbin cases?
Yes! The washers work for all home sewing machines, no matter if your bobbin is top loading or side loading.
To use the washers just place them in your bobbin case, or drop them into the bobbin well, then place your bobbin on top and thread it just like normal.
My bobbin case has a spring in it. Can I use the bobbin washers?
Yes. Just place the washer on top of the spring, place your bobbin on top, and wind the case like normal.
What size gloves should I buy?
Check out our handy size chart right here. Print this page and line up your hand with the diagram to find your correct size. Make sure to select "print actual size" with no scaling or fitting to ensure the page prints to the correct size.