Don't have a long arm machine for quilting, but make lots of throw size (40x60). HELP ME THINK THIS THROUGH, PLEASE.
Position machine on table (like long arm or Flynn) and quilt back and forth across the quilt, rather than feeding thru the machine. My machine is sunken so I have a large flat surface. As each area is quilted, roll it back (under the throat plate area) and go on to the next area, OR
Roll the quilt to the halfway point and quilt from the center to the end, unrolling as you go - then turn and repeat the process for the second half.
I think I've got it clear in my head, but not sure how it reads here. I have that heavy Janome 1600P and before I lift that puppy and turn it around, I'd like some feedback. Does any of this make sense? Opinions, pros, cons, OR "have another piece of chocolate and forget this hairbrained scheme"