Good morning, afternoon, evening
Many of you know that I just bought the brother PS 1500 machine for doing quilting. This is a new adventure for me as I have been doing quilting on my longarm. Call it age or gravity, whatever, I have found that I can't handle standing for long periods of time after I get home from the day job. I have been playing around a bit with the free motion quilting on this brother machine and I do like it except, (you knew that there had to be and exception) the left and right hands don't want to work together! I blame that on the day job, the right hand doesn't care about the left hand and vise-versa. I have figured that some how at work I will have to make the two of them work together. My question here is what do those of you who use a domestic sewing machine for quilting use on your hands? I've tried the gloves and I just don't care for them. I've been looking at different things such as the halo or rubber fingers used in standard offices supplies. I was looking on Amazon and found jelly thimbles. I wanted to know if anyone has tried these and whether you like them or not.
Any help getting the hands to move the quilt around the machine would be helpful.