are you asking for instructions for the quilt in the photo?
Watch Muv's videos and read Muv's blog.
http://www.quiltingboard.com/vintage...v-t167789.html to find her blog look for her signature and you will see a link to her blog.
For serious refurbishing and read all of Glenn's information :
http://www.quiltingboard.com/vintage...r-t235747.html then read anything else Glenn has written - you will see links.
I also have quilt artist2. What can I help you with. The longarm educator Vanessa Dyson is very helpful. I have contacted her and have learned quite a bit from her. Please feel free to contact me personally.
I'm so happy I stumbled across this site. I've been struggling with how to quilt the OBW and your ideas have helped me get past the mental block.
There is a certain freedom when you have finished that last task on your "to do" list. Then it's sewing time! Tater Patch Quilts in Merrill, OR is the best!
Log Cabin Lens With A Twist is the name of the quilt.
I give up was trying to edit this last comment to add the link to the site,
I found the site online -- and in English a forward/afterword that sums up why many of us do not share our photos and or patterns of our personal creations. I believe it is a Russian site, I will have to go back and set a translation program to work on the pattern so I will have my copy from the artist. I think she handles the situation with a certain class and flair that I would be hard put to do myself in a similar situation.
I would do a search online for images of "spool quilts" then check out the links. Bing has several. Have fun. The simple block becomes a masterpiece in the right hands.
Thank you very much..I will do my best to get in touch with her...and I am glad your machine is up and running great.
the last I knew this lady KARTINA HELMKAMP, was the CEO of pfaff. I would try and get in contract with her. I have a pfaff creative vision and I had so much trouble with it .
But I finely found a dealer that is the sweetheart of all times and he has fixed it for me.