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Thread: Domestic quilting videos

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    jacquemoe's Avatar
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    I found this site and thought I'd share. Very informative videos on domestic quilting. I wasn't sure how to set the link so you'll have to copy and paste to your browser.

    http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=-KxGzmtakrg&NR=1


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    Super Member sondray's Avatar
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    Thanks, that was great. Now if only I could do that! :lol: :lol:

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    I went cross eyed trying to keep up with her. Im so jealous.

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    THANK YOU Jackie!! I'm not on here much...but tonight was perfect as I found this post! I have saved it to my fav's to go back.

    I have done two quilts so far with free motion...boy does she make it look sooo easy...of course I had a QUEEN size quilt under my domestic machine!

    Great tip..thanks so much.

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    :( Too bad Youtube and dial-up don't get along.

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    Boy, that made me dizzy it was going so fast. But amazing work.

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    I'm with DebJ, dialup sucks :x

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    She made it look so easy, but I think the hardest part is keeping your quilting from getting smaller and smaller or larger and larger and lopsided. She, as well as Karen McTavish, and people like them are so, so talented.

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    :mrgreen:

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    Wow! I'm surprised there isn't smoke coming off her needle!! Is she really going that fast or is it speeded up for the video?

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