..yes! I'm looking forward to manhandle a Sigma 340!
A good way to do it is to plan out your stitching and sort of rotate the work so that it can be unrotated as you stitch. It helps keep all of the rest of the fabric from causing a pain in the ass as you try to move it around the table.
Also, use some packing weights to hold the material that's on the table but not getting sewn. Much easier to sew if you're not having the material being pulled away from the machine and off the table.
(This post was edited by theonlyski on Jan 23, 2013, 11:17 AM)
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