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  1. jaynegary's Avatar
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    Look for a batting rated for micro waving or heat resistant.. Often the scrim used on batting is polyester ,,,fancy word for plastic..
  2. jaynegary's Avatar
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    No..
    Find batting rated for micro waving .. The plastic will melt in the scrim.
  3. cmilton's Avatar
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    what kind of backing did you use so they won't slide/ What a great idea!
  4. msmo's Avatar
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    If by stutters, you mean it vibrates, it could be due to the sag in the rails that hold the quilt. My GMQ Pro does that with my Bailey a bit.
  5. Swannie's Avatar
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    I love them. How do you keep them from slipping when stepped on?
  6. cherylmae's Avatar
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    No answer yet huh? I think you can if the design is that, or you may have to save each word as separate files and then emb. where you want them.
  7. Danny's Avatar
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    The same thing happened to me, only I have an HQ16...what I did was to put a marker (pin) on that spot and continued my quilting. When I was done I took it to my domestic machine and redid that part with my walking foot, in the end you could not tell
    I think the problem lies in the fact that some of the squares are a plastic like
    fabric and the machine does not like it.
  8. sewing along's Avatar
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    I have a lenni an it started doing that ..I had to order a carriage encoder...mine went bad ....call apqs that are real helpfull
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    I was told that singer went out of business as of this march...brother took over ....an you cant get parts....my singer machine wont display anything on the screen anymore ...so I called repair guy ...an that's what I was told
  10. Rose S.'s Avatar
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    When I have the trouble of skipped stitches and broken upper thread, the solution is always to go to a bigger needle. Usually a Jeans size 110/18. I know I don't quilt a super lot of quilts but that has been the answer at least 3 or 4 times in the past year.I hear others swear by a topstitch needle, but have not had success with that. However, that may be an alternative to try.
  11. Quiltergirl's Avatar
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    it was backed, but I don't believe it was fusible backing. With that being said there's nothing I can do about the backing because I didn't make the quilt I'm just quilting it for a customer who already made the top. I'm wondering if perhaps the issue my be combination of the stretchiness of the t shirt fabric and the bulk of the backing, batting and back combined.
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    When I have made T-Shirt quilts - After cutting out the portion of the T-Shirt { front , back or whichever } that I want to put in the quilt square I adhere some fusable interfacing to the back of the square. I then cut the square to the dimention I want and then when I sew them together they do not stretch . Do you think this would solve your problem?
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  14. silverandsilk's Avatar
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    Hi mooyoomsu. If you still are looking for this pattern, let me know. I'm listing it on eBay and it will have a Best Offer option so we can work out a reasonable price. Linda -- Silver-and-Silk
  15. judy363905's Avatar
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    Wow, you could not have purchased such beautiful runners. Very professional work.

    Judy in Ohx, AZ
  16. RosaSharon's Avatar
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    These are amazing!!!
  17. bobbiejean313's Avatar
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    What a great idea. I am in need of floor runners and have a ton of fabric in my stash. Gotta get sewing. :-)
  18. Lauralee Green's Avatar
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    I like this creative solution using quilts to cover floor space. Beautiful.
  19. cut n sew's Avatar
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    for linen Cindy Needham dose wonderful work with linen
  20. JeanLowe's Avatar
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    Dunster, where can we get your pattern?
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