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Thread: Flower Swirl Long Arm Quilting Tutorial

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    Junior Member greenfairy's Avatar
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    So - here's my video - don't laugh at me. I am not the best on a camera, but I hope you get a chance to try out my flower swirl quilting pattern. It's really fun. And - I don't have a studio yet, so just don't pay attention to the background!

    http://greenfairyquilts.blogspot.com...-tutorial.html

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    VERY nice indeed, and you have such a sweet fluid motion and real eye for design!
    I love it.
    Will use it,
    and thanks so very mcuh.

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    Duuuuuuuude!!! That is so awesome!

    Now I want a longarm....my Juki is just not beefy enough to do this. I *do* love to do swirls though, so this is right up my alley!

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    You did great on the video! Thanks for sharing!

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    Thanks for sharing the video! Great job!

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    Cool--will have to try something like that on a project.

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    Senior Member sewgray's Avatar
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    I sent it to my friend who has a long arm. She just recently got it.

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    Judi,
    Your quilting lovely! I used to rent a Gammill from a friend, she passed away in 2007; so I don't have access to a LA. I'm doing most of my quilting on a Viking Sapphire 875, haven't tried the queen size top I've finished.
    Sharon

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    Help! I couldn't view the tutorial. There have been several that I haven't been able to view. I have the Windows Media Player, and I thought I also had Quick Time. Do you know what I need to do so I can view it? Thanks!

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    Thank you. It is inspiring me to get back to using my LA. I feel like I will never get good at machine quilting but I think I can do these.
    Denise

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