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Thread: quilting with your walking foot

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    Senior Member key4unc's Avatar
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    quilting with your walking foot

    This is a great site for learning how to quilt with your walking foot. Even if you're already comfortable with the walking foot, you might find some new and interesting techniques.

    http://blog.petitdesignco.com/2012/1...-quilting.html

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    Thank you for the link! I am very challenged when it come to FMQ and this looks like a great alternative for me.
    Sherri

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    Thank you so much. Just finishing up one and couldn't decide how to do the border. Now I know how I'm going to do it.

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    WOW! Thanks so much for this link!! I have read 3 of her tutes already & love how clearly she explains things. This will be a big help for me expanding my skills.

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    Always looking for new information to help improve my quilting skills. Thanks for posting the link!
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    I got a walking foot with my new machine a few weeks ago. I used it to sandwich/top stitch a baby quilt and was very happy with how it worked.

    Thanks so much for the link. I will use it to learn more about the walking foot. I look up lots of things on the Internet but I hadn't thought to look for walking foot ideas/uses.

    connie

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    very useful tips. Thanks for the link

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    If you need a walking foot for your special little Featherweight, visit novamotgomery.com. She has these and lots of other items for our Featherweights.

    (I am not related to, nor involved with, nor get compensation from this website. I just know that she is a fantastic support for Featherweight owners.)


    Linda

    Sew little time and sew many ideas

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    thanks for the link
    Just passing through!

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