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    Super Member katiebear1's Avatar
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    I do all my own quilting and I am getting fairly good at FMQ. I see a lot of LA quilters using the term pantograff What is that?

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    Super Member dakotamaid's Avatar
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    Pantagraph is an all over quilt pattern either done from a pattern strip or pattern board. It is a distinct pattern not FMQ. I'll find an example.

    Browse here for starter:

    http://www.quiltscomplete.com/

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    Hello, I am a longarmer. A pantograph is a long paper, 14" wide by 14 feet long with a continuous line pattern that is followed by a laser light. You work from the back of the table and the light follows the lines while the machine is stitching the pattern into the quilt. It is also called an E2E which stands for edge to edge pattern.
    Michelle G.

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    When you say edge to edge does that include the border on the quilt or just to the borders

    Ruby the Quilter

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