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Thread: Longarm stitching patterns

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    Super Member nena's Avatar
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    I am sooo excited !! they are coming to set up my new Tin Lizzie tomorrow and I was wondering where everyone gets their patterns for the stitching on the quilts? When I try to look it up I just get quilt patterns.
    Also where is the best place to buy thread and bobbins.
    Thanks for any help.
    Nena

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    Check out www.patternman.com
    They have great panto's.

    Or put pantograph patterns in your web search.

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    Googe 'quilting designs' or 'quilting motifs' and you'll get what you're looking for.

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    Everbody keeps saying connectingthreads.com is the place to buy thread. You can also look up superiorthreads.com.

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    Super Member nena's Avatar
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    Thanks !!! Can always depend on you gals & guys to have the answers.

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    Check out the following sights. www.columbiariverquilting.com andwww.quiltscomplete.com.

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    Also for thread: www.redrockthreads.com

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    Congrats!! I'm envious!!

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    Check at your libary they might have some there.I got some at the libary were I use to live.I knew I wouldn't be able to just drop by any time when I left there so I had went looking for patternsof quilts that wern't new an were older ones an i found two books of quilting patterns that were thirty or fourty year old books an you could tell they had been well used .Had a permision ti use in the front of it so i hand copied the quilting patterns out of them on tissue paper an stuck them in a notebook
    an almost forgot about them till one day when I got that notebook out to get something else out of it.

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    The majority of my pantographs are Deb Geissler's. They are very nice and smooth to follow. Check out her website at DebraGeissler.com

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