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Thread: 2in1 FMQ info help and Kitchen table insert made into sewing table insert

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    2in1 FMQ info help and Kitchen table insert made into sewing table insert

    My Amazing Daddy-in-law turned the insert from the dining table that I use as a sewing table into a drop in sewing machine insert!!!
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    finishing up the cut for the machine
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    finishing up every part of it
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    insert and machine in and plugged up!


    I am so excited! I can't wait to have a chance to play with it. Everything has been busy around here so no sewing time yet. I think on of those supreme sliders is going to be a must when I get to begin practicing FMQ more.

    What do you like to use for FMQ? What is your favorite way to prepare a top? What notions or gadgets are a must? Do you free-hand or mark? All help is welcome and encouraged!!!
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    How cool is that?!

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    You are so lucky to have such a great daddy in law! What a sweetheart he is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyfireo4 View Post
    My Amazing Daddy-in-law turned the insert from the dining table that I use as a sewing table into a drop in sewing machine insert!!!
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    finishing up the cut for the machine
    Name:  mike5202012.jpg
Views: 2264
Size:  11.7 KB
    finishing up every part of it
    Name:  DSC02569.JPG
Views: 2448
Size:  833.0 KB
    insert and machine in and plugged up!


    I am so excited! I can't wait to have a chance to play with it. Everything has been busy around here so no sewing time yet. I think on of those supreme sliders is going to be a must when I get to begin practicing FMQ more.

    What do you like to use for FMQ? What is your favorite way to prepare a top? What notions or gadgets are a must? Do you free-hand or mark? All help is welcome and encouraged!!!
    I don't have any favorites. I am a beginner still trying to figure it out. I love your table. Thanks for sharing.

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    Awesome!! That will certainly give you some space for quilting!!! Lucky you!

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    How nice! Have fun!
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    What a great idea!!!

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    Tell your father-in-law to prepare to be swamped with orders!

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    My dining room table is looking at me now....LOL Great table thanks for sharing!

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    I would love that set up. I read somewhere on here that you can use a heavy clear plastic on your table instead of the supreme slider. You can buy it by the yard at walmart for about 2 dollars a yard. I bought some but never did get my table done. That's another project for me.

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