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Thread: how many quilt

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    how many quilt all of their quilts? I bought a Mega quilter several years ago, was never able to quilt with it, I got so frustrated with it, I sold it. Do most of you have long arm quilting machines or quilt with your regular machines?

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    I free motion quilt with my regular machine. I have even done a king size quilt this way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kateyb
    I free motion quilt with my regular machine. I have even done a king size quilt this way.
    You are my hero to be able to do this.

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    I quilt most of my quilts at home on my Brother 4500.

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    I quilt my own on my brother that only has a 6in. arm. I did an over sized king on it last week but it was just straight fancy stitches. If I could afford a long arm with a frame I would buy it in a heart beat.

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    I have a Mega Quilter but haven't used it. Owned it for 3 or 4 years. I prefer QAYG or Fun and Done. However, I'm going to have to learn to use it. I have 30 or so quilt top waiting to be quilted. They're past the QAYG or F&D stage so .....

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    I have a Mega Quilter but haven't used it. Owned it for 3 or 4 years. I prefer QAYG or Fun and Done. However, I'm going to have to learn to use it. I have 30 or so quilt top waiting to be quilted. They're past the QAYG or F&D stage so .....

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    I envy all of you. I have tried quilting on my regular machine but my quilting doesn't look smooth & even stitches. any advise?

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    I do most of mine on my regular machine, but I don't know how to do anything too fancy. I have a friend who longarms the larger ones for me, unless it's going to be a simple stitch in the ditch. That I can manage (O:

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    I quilt all my own quilts on my regular machine. Everything from mini's to King size.

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