Thursday, March 6, 2008

It's a miracle!

Sections free-motion quilted: 3
Needles broken: 0

(Knock on wood)

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8 comments:

  1. I really need to practice that free motion quilting. I have yet to get the tension just right. It always looks to loose on one side or the other. I have had the new sewing machine less than a year so there is time to try out the quilting methods. I have not even taken the walking foot out of the packaging yet.

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  2. Aren't needles breaking the freakiest thing? Glad it isn't happening.

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  3. Wow! It looks great! I haven't been able to get the hang of free motion quilting- I think I need lots more practice- but it looks as though you've got it! Good for you :)

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  4. woo hoo!

    It's fun once you get a rhythm going.

    I broke 3 needles in aobut 20 minutes time the other night, but now I know - FAST foot, SLOWER hands...

    can't wait to see teh finished product!

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  5. Yummy yummy. Tomorrow I have my machine-quilting class, straight lines and quilt-as-you-go. The blocks and backing will be quilted and then put together. I’m curious... I am invited by the quiltshop to follow a free-motion class for free... next month... hurray!
    (daily posts on two blogs... you are amazing!)

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  6. It's amazing what you can do! Great job! I so want to give this a try. btw the quilt looks great too.

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  7. Isn't it a great feeling!!!

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