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Thread: Interesting technique for basting without pins

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    Super Member coopah's Avatar
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    Some long arm quilters will baste everything together for a fee, of course! LOL But better than hands and knees getting sore...this method looks way smart. I'll try it on a small.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helen6869 View Post
    It may be my computer but I cannot hear her talking. Would love to see this but can't understand what it's all about. thanks though!
    Tese Videos are also on YouTube. Just do a search for her name.

    I've been using this method for quite a while and get fantastic results and it is so easy. For bigger quilts I do them a section at a time and then put it all together at the end and just quilt over the joins.
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    I was just telling my DD today how hard it was pin basting my last large quilt on the floor that I may never make a large one again, maybe this will have me eat my words...

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    This looks similar to what I do but without the boards. I think it would be more accurate than just working with the top on the sewing board. Thanks for sharing it.

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