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Thread: first quilt follow up

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    Super Member lpsewing's Avatar
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    Today I went to the quilt shop to dicuss what I need to do prior to taking my long arm quilting class.
    The lady is so very helpful & great w/suggesstions.
    I need to buy some more backing fabric,what I purchased will be too small but was told piecing the backing fabris is ok.
    I did purchased my battening @ her shop.
    Since my boarder fabric is a deep burgandy red,I did decide to prewash.

    I got my first hands on peak of the long arm I will be working on...HUGE !!
    What an amazing machine,I am looking forward to my class Monday.

    I would enjoy hearing from others about your first long arm class.
    Did you continue to go back & then rent the long arm to do more quilts ?
    I just can not imagine having one in my home,I'd have to built an addition !!

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    Enjoy your class.

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    Sounds exciting.

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    Power Poster cjomomma's Avatar
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    Having a long arm and a frame is a dream for me that will never happen. I will probably not even ever touch one either. Have fun learning how to use it.

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    Power Poster dkabasketlady's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    Having a long arm and a frame is a dream for me that will never happen. I will probably not even ever touch one either. Have fun learning how to use it.
    Ditto for me too! I do admire those that have one and the talent they have to create some beautiful quilts!

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