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Thread: Paths to Better Stippling/Meandering

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    To conquer FMQ and actually finish something I gave myself permission to cross lines if it became necessary so now I loop the loop all over my quilts. I shall definitely try your brilliant method on my next quilt - I need to extend my repertoire. I'm also feather challenged even on paper!
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    I can not thank you enough for showing how you figured this out!!! I drew it on paper then used a disappearing ink marker to put it on a baby quilt, wow! That's all I can say!! I only did an 18x18 piece and then free handed from there! I am addicted! I have whipped thru 4 quilts that were stacking up with me dreading how I was going to top stitch them! Thank you , thank you, THANK YOU!!!!!!

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    I'm going to try this method of meandering (don't you just love that word?? :-))). Makes a lot more sense to me now.
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    Awesome, brilliant. Thank you for sharing. I'm a little left-brained (sometimes no-brained) myself. I'm so excited, I have been procrastinating on a project for the very reason you mentioned. Storm forward, I say, and don't look back.

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    This is one of those "slap my forehead and wonder why I didn't think of this" moments! Brilliant! I'm going to give this a try and I just happen to currently be working on a very large quilt that is getting an all over meander. Thanks so much!!

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    looks like you came up with a winner! Thanks

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    WOW-you are incredible! What a fabulous idea. I can't wait to practice. I love your technique. Thanks so much for sharing!
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    Thank You!!!

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    I certainly will try this method...thank you.

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    Dear Wendy, I am just getting into free motion quilting,often get stuck in a corner etc. this idea is great. Tomorrow I will use your advice and give it another go.Once again a board member is there with god advice.Thank you. Letty

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