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Thread: Machine quilting patterns?

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    Senior Member Dreaming's Avatar
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    Machine quilting patterns?

    I just recently attempted machine quilting. I have a cute wall hanging of frogs, mushrooms and flowers. I was able to get the center quilted, but I don't have a clue how to quilt the borders. They are all different widths and there are also sashings. Does anyone know a website that could maybe give me some ideas. This trying to figure out how to quilt your quilt is really hard. HELP!!!!

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    Here are a couple of links to browse thru. You can also google for quilting stencils, pantographs, digital quilting designs, etc.

    http://www.stensource.com/#catalog.p...6linktrail%3D1

    http://stores.digitechpatterns.com/-...ders-n-Corners

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    If you post pictures, you may get some suggestions

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    He is a link to a website for machine quilting designs with frogs. This website has great patterns in all categories. http://stores.digitechpatterns.com/Categories.bok
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    Quote Originally Posted by katier825 View Post
    Here are a couple of links to browse thru. You can also google for quilting stencils, pantographs, digital quilting designs, etc.

    http://www.stensource.com/#catalog.p...6linktrail%3D1

    http://stores.digitechpatterns.com/-...ders-n-Corners
    both of these are great, but i like the search for design element feature on the first one. thanks for the links
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    Handi Quilter had a wonderful product: a preview paper, which is a clear plastic on a roll, that you can literally lay over a portion of your quilt and draw different quilting designs. You can see what you want to do before doing it.

    http://www.handiquilter.com/product/...-preview-paper/
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