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Thread: Does Everyone in this group.....

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    Super Member rexie's Avatar
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    own a longarm machine or are you doing all of that beautiful quilting on your regular sewing machine? My machine is old enough that is doesn't let down the feed-dogs for free motion anything, so I was just wondering if you all have longarms.

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    Super Member Maride's Avatar
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    Domestic machine for me.

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    No longarm yet, but I am saving for it.

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    Domestic for me too :D:D:D

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    I have a Sapphire 870 for free motion quilting. There is a quilt shop not too far from where I work that allows you to put a long arm in layaway and pay on it until it's paid off. I've only got a little left on my sapphire so I may look into doing this is another year or so. But for now I'm happy and blessed with my Sapphire!

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    I got my longarm a couple of months ago, but prior to that made several dozen quilts on my domestic machine. So I've done both. :)

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    also, lots of quilters send their tops to professional longarm quilters to be finished.

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    No long arm for me - just use my Juki to machine quilt.

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    If you are using a regular machine, how do you scrunch a whole quilt up under it?

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