Here's a wonderful thing that I want to share. I found this idea on Y Tube under quilting.
My sewing machine is not level with my table. So, when I freemotion quilt, there are times when the quilt drags no matter how much I manulipate it.
The idea is to bring everything up to the same level. I bought styrophone pieces. I couldn't find thick ones, so I just taped 5 pieces together. That's what I needed to be level with my machine. I then measured the distance from the front to the desired depth of my machine and cut a hole. See the red lines on the middle picture? It cuts really easy with a seriated knife. I then slid it into the proper place, and added another piece of styrofoam to the back to cover more than my table. See the final photo ?
Then I took very heavy plastic ( I found it at Walmart in the sewing dept) and covered the whole thing and tucked it underneath. I then cut out the plastic around the face plate.
It works great and the quilt just slides like butter. I think it cost me somewhere around $18.00.