Question about Baby Lock Ellure
You have to chose a shape first and then look through all of them. Some will say applique on them and some will not. Also, you can look in your quick reference manual and the designs that have a picture of scissors next to them are the applique designs. You could also download designs.
Posted on Jul 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Babylock ellure safety device
I have the same problem, I have done what the book says but no luck yet. Have you figured out what happened? And do the experts really check the questions? Cause I asked a question awhile ago, and no answers. Help!
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
I keep getting the error message..."this embroidery card cannot be used on this machine"....it's the same card I've used for a couple of years. What is the problem? Would appreciate any feedback.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
SOURCE: Hi! I am planning to buy
Looking at the babylock.com website the Ellure Plus has more stitches although they are both machine embroidery machines. The Ellure Plus has a larger embroidery field than the Sofia though so this may well clinch it, 4" x 4" versus 5" x 7", I know I would go for the larger embroidery field so I didn't need to reset the hoop.
I guess though it comes down to price and will you use all the extra features of the Ellure Plus. If you are mainly doing clothing and home dec then you really don't need the embroidery features at all, its a personal preference though.
Have you been in for a demonstration and used both machines yourself? Sometimes the little things will crystilise the decision for you. Look at ease of threading up, lighting in the sewing area, size of the free arm and how easy it is to program and set up the embroidery functions. Then decide if the extra cost is worth it, sometimes its better to spend more now and not outgrow the machine's functions, but you know what your sewing needs are so its something you have to weigh up.
Posted on Sep 13, 2011
I am having the same problem with a Brother XR37!!! So frustrating. Were you able to remove the casing to replace the spool pin? If so, I would also love to know how!! Thanks :)
Posted on Oct 22, 2011
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