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pantographs directions

Tips, Suggestions, and General Discussions about quilting by machine.
gardenquilter
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Re: pantographs directions

Post by gardenquilter » Sat Jul 28, 2007 3:31 am

long arm university is a great site and she is fantastic will travel and give classes if enough in your area are willing you may want to call her she is a wealth of information

cindyg
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Re: pantographs directions

Post by cindyg » Sat Jul 28, 2007 1:54 pm

Nadine = I got it. You thought I was quilting on my regular sewing machine. I have a quilting frame and (what I call) a fake long arm, a Juki. Little throat and I can only quilt a 5" swath at a time. That's pretty limiting. Anyway, I finally clicked about "all those safety pins" - LOL. Thank God I don't have to do all that pinning or basting with my frame. That's the best thing about it.

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