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Thread: Halo for FMQ'ing

  1. #11
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    Love the Matt idea! Instead of supreme slider I went to walmart and bought an oven liner u punch a hole where your needle goes!!

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    I think with anything you have to get used to new equipment

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    Quote Originally Posted by jitkaau View Post
    Those small rubber mats that you get in the cheap shops to stop bowls and glasses from moving are more useful to me. They lie flat under my hand and are easily re-positioned and I don't have to keep taking off gloves etc. to thread needles. If they get a bit tatty, they are cheap to replace. The finger things fall off my fingers and sometimes get sewn into the quilt...The gloves make my hands peel.
    This sounds like this will work for me. Thanks for the idea! I have used gloves, bare hands, finger cots and still looking for the right thing for me. I guess it is an individual thing.

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    Recent discussions about the quilt halos that are available:

    Quilt halo's

    QUILT HALO

    quilting halo

    Do you have a Halo?

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    I haven't used the halo, but have used the rounds with an opening on one portion. I didn't like it, you have to reposition, starting and stopping too many times.

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