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    Re: How Would You Quilt This Top?

    That is a great quilt. An all over design would certainly work. If you have mainly done stitch in the ditch I would not start with custom quilting on a quilt this big. Start custom quilting on a...
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    Re: WIP Dec 7-12, 2019

    I purchased this Kaleidoscope Dreams as a BOM kit from Ebay. All the documentation was dated 2008-2009. I was thrilled when it came because it had color print outs of the fabric and said where the...
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    Re: New Juki tl2010q user needs help

    Here are two other things to check. Make sure you have installed the needle with the flat on the needle in the correct orientation. Make sure the needle has been slide all the way up in the shaft. If...
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    WIP Dec 7-12, 2019

    Wasn't easy but I managed to squeeze in some quilting time this week. Finished all the log cabin blocks for the border. Now I just need to assemble all the blocks together.
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    Whats on your...
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    Re: Traveling help needed

    Wichita Falls, Tx has probably the worst air quality in all of Texas. The manufacturing plants there spew out. If you have trouble breathing you don't have to move very far outside of the city to...
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    Re: Castles "Castellers"

    So cool. As a retired engineer I was fascinated to see the people using their bodies to form engineering principles like flying buttresses.
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    Re: House Selling Angst

    Here is something to think about. I assume you are paying the standard 6% commission to the real estate agent, half of which will go to her and half of which will go the buyers agent. Your real...
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    Re: House Selling Angst

    Selling your house is one of the seven most stressful things in life. Be glad they did not wait until the last day of the back out period ( do they have back out periods on contracts in California?)...
  9. Modern Triangle Foundation piecers BOM $1 trial

    If you like modern quilts, if you like foundation piecing, if you like triangles, if you want to try it before you buy it, this Cyber Monday deal is for you

    Cyber Monday Special

    For Cyber...
  10. Free jelly roll pattern Sweet Caroline Kisses

    Very cleverly set on point to make it look like a much more complicated design, but it is really all from straight blocks with pieces cut from jelly rolls
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    Re: Sad Commentary

    To ktdid: Bless your heart.

    To all other forum readers: I choose not to allow negativity into my life. If you also wish to exclude negativity you can left click on a consistently negative persons...
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    WIP Nov 29 - Dec 5

    Still working on Kaleidoscope Dreams. I finished all the flying geese units and started on the log cabin blocks. Only 35 more log cabin blocks to go and I'll be done.
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    Re: Challenge Quilt

    Very creative. Such vision to go from the fabric to the finished quilt.
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    Re: M* on line classes

    The description pages are very vague. At a minimum I would like to know how long the class is. Are we talking 30 minutes, 1 hour, or two hours?

    Because I have taken other classes from Patsy...
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    Re: M* on line classes

    https://www.missouriquiltco.com/promo/black-friday-sale-2019?m_i=pAsPrTrxQ8478jBx8GR5SaFpeds2jx95ZQHq3VP7hOoFLikoaQ8nqxIifPmVe3Em4B8bEKstlEDwOg419njWvAqhPH8X7_&utm_campaign=Promo_11272019_BFWeekWed&ut...
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    M* on line classes

    I love to learn about quilting and am intrigued by M* on line class sale. I do not see any reviews and can't even tell how long the class is. I was thinking of taking Beginning Free Motion Quilting...
  17. Thread: R.I.P.

    by DeniseSm
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    Re: R.I.P.

    I'm sorry for your loss. It is so hard to say good bye.
  18. Re: Inspirational Whole Cloth Quilt is Finished! :)

    Your FMQ is fantastic. Some day I hope I can FMQ like that.
  19. Thread: WIP Nov 22-28

    by DeniseSm
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    Re: WIP Nov 22-28

    At the very bottom of the last scrap bin I found a piece of the first batik I ever purchased back in 2005. It was just big enough to get one geese unit out of it. It brought back such memories. I...
  20. Thread: WIP Nov 22-28

    by DeniseSm
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    WIP Nov 22-28

    Thanksgiving is next week. I am so thankful for quilting and this forum where I can interact with my fellow quilters on line.

    This week I finished the last three mariners comp[ass blocks that go...
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    Re: Laura Heine Collage Quilt Question

    Steam or dry iron, repeat which ever method you used originally to attach the adhesive. Just don't go longer than 8 seconds. You are just temporarily softening up the adhesive.
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    Re: Singer Walking Foot Problem

    It sounds like you have already tried the most probable solution of lowering the presser foot tension and lengthening the stitches. What basting method did you use? If pin basted, maybe pin closer...
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    Re: Laura Heine Collage Quilt Question

    For 50 wt thread if I was using my walking foot I would use an 80/12 sharp or top stitch needle. If you are FMQ I would use a 90/14 with a top stitch (not a sharp or a universal) needle. If you are...
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    Re: WIP Nov 15-21, 2019

    Anticipation:D Couldn't resist this mystery sale on Tula Pink. I LOVE her fabric. I ordered two bundles
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    Re: Quilting and home decor

    It totally depends on which heat and bond you used. If you used Heat and Bond lite you really do need to sew it down. If you used heat and bond regular you don't have to sew it down, but you can if...
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