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    interesting quilting techniques

    thought this was a good demo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SGIHviZnXdE
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Upnorthcrafter

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    What brand are the templets she is using called?

    Wow..what a wonderful idea!! What are those clear templets called?? I am new to machine quilting and I am wondering I could use them with my machine even tho it isn't a long arm? Does anyone know how it would work out and what the brand name is for the templets? I'd love to look them up online. Thank you!!
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    http://www.rgadesignquilts.com/index.php this is her store-I did not see the templates there.
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Upnorthcrafter

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    That was fun to watch, she glides her machine so gracefully!

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    interesting .. would use if I had a long arm for sure .. also wondering if they can be used with a regular sewing machine or just a long arm.
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    ​Very neat!

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    I couldn't find them on that site, either, but did find some sites that sell similar templates...
    http://www.quiltersrule.com/
    http://www.thegadgetgirls.com/compon...lates&type=tag
    http://www.thegadgetgirls.com/compon...lates&type=tag
    way too expensive , I think...unless you are going to quilt all of your quilts with the same motif...and even then..that
    s a chunk of money..lol

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    I found those templates at www.patbarryquilts.com
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    I don't think you can use these templates with your regular machine becauser you are moving your fabric with your conventional machine, with a long arm, you are moving the "machine" around the template. If you used these on your regular sewing machine, you would have to have the template practically glued to your fabric and then move your fabric under the machine following the template shape. Bottom line.....these are for those wonderful longarms.
    D in TX

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    Wow, so neat!
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