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Thread: My First FMQ child's "Spider Web with Accesseries" using Janome 7700 1/2 binder foot

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    This quilt was a guinea pig for learning how to fmq. I plan to donate it to our local sewing circle. It has been fun learning how to fmq, applique, and ue the 1/2 inch binder foot. The foot worked like a charm ONCE I learned how to use it. (It helped to starch the binding material.)

    Practice makes perfect?
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    Well, it isn't perfect.....
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    Spider with smorgasboard
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    Close up FMQ
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    Binder foot in action
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    close up of binder
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    Results of binder foot
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    I think it's wonderful!

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    Such a darling quilt. Your quilting is very good. Thanks for the inspiration :)

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    You did a great job :!: Way to go to use your toy to make such a unique quilt :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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    You did a great job! That quilt should boost your confidence in doing FMQ. I really like your binding gadget. I've never seen one before. Are they available for most machines?

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    love the colors..great job

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    This foot is compatible with Janome MC 6500P, 6600P, 7700QCP, 1100, 1100 Special Edition.

    There are smaller versions of this foot that make 1/4 inch binding that you can get for other kinds of machines. I have one of these smaller versions that work on my deceased mother's Singer 501 machine.

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    I had misread your "It isn't perfect" as "isn't it perfect!!!!" which it is and I love it you did a great job!!

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    Fabulous quilt! You did a great job! I'm a gadget nut & really like that binding foot! Wondering if I can get one for my Kenmore?! Hmmmm!
    Maureen

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    Oh just noticed you said what it was and I cannot wait till April to get mine@!!!!! Oh and I do know who to come to for help :)

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