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  1. Embroidery Machines Lets Chat & Have Fun

    by , 01-06-2013 at 01:36 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Lindacan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lindacan View Post
    Just recently purchased a Designer SE from a friend who had used it less than 100 hours. Learning has been fun. Made pillowcases for all the grandchildren with their names monogrammed on the cuff. Used the pillowcase pattern than has all seams enclosed. Lots of fun and "ooohs"
    Here are two of the pillow cases that I did for the GKsAttachment 386268with my Husqvarna Desiner SE.
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  2. Wedding Quilt

    by , 01-06-2013 at 08:22 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by TMK View Post
    Here is a picture my wonderful step-daughters wedding quilt. I pieced it and a LA quilted it. Daughter and her partner just loved it. They were married in Vermont on 12/22 OUTSIDE! Thankfully the reception, etc was all inside. Beautiful wedding though. Thanks for looking.
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  3. HST method

    by , 01-06-2013 at 08:21 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by ontheriver View Post
    I am sure this has already been addressed many times but I can not seem to find it ----------I want to make hst using the method where you sew all four sides of square the cut on diagonals. I need them 4.5 in unfinished. Can anyone give the correct size of square to use. I need to make lots and this seems the fastest. I can't use my triangulations right now as no printer ink and no $$ to get any. Thank you for any help. Happy quilting.
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  4. Attempted Long-arm quilting with a template

    by , 01-06-2013 at 06:23 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Julie R View Post
    So today I tried template work on my long arm machine. It's pretty tough - I thought. Maybe I just lack the hand coordination (holding with one, moving the machine with the other). Maybe my template was too big (tried HandiQuilter's clamshell). I know "practice, practice, practice". It's a charity quilt for the children's hospital, so I'm sure it's ok. Had a few shells look a bit wonky. I liked it though because I didn't have to roll the quilt as much as I do with pantographs.
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