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Thread: Star Boquet Quilt

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    Member Truckin Mary's Avatar
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    Star Boquet Quilt

    This is My very first Quilt I quilted on a long arm quilting machine. Not perfect by a long shot but hope to get better as time moves on. The instructers tell me practice, practice, practice. I had a great time working with the machine. I rented time and am trying to decide if I wiant to purchase one in the near future. Thanks for looking.
    Last edited by Truckin Mary; 05-30-2012 at 03:40 PM. Reason: No photo
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    Picture please? Pretty please?
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    whew! i thought it was just me! i cannot see the pic either
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    Yes, I'd love to see a picture. I got to operate a long arm for a few minutes during this trip to the US. It would be neat to be able to use one consistently.

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    Yes had to go to Chat room ck out the other one I just posted it worked Sorry
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    Even though I can't see a photo, I can tell you your quilting will improve and improve and improve. And you will get faster and faster. Do a lot of drawing your pattern on paper so that it is in your mind and you only have to think about moving the machine. And with every stitch, you will build your muscle memory
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    I'll look for the other one!

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