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Thread: Quilts made using vintage machines!

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    Super Member vintagemotif's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JLMoore3rd View Post
    My first quilt, finished just before New Years Eve, was for my dog Bix... I helped sew most of the blocks for our king size bed quilt and while my wife was piecing it together she couldn't keep Bix off of the quilt, so he needed his own. I sewed all of the blocks with my LBOW 301A, but switched to my Pfaff 1171 for the piecing- it's going to take me a while to get used to the 301 for longer pieces. Here's a pic of the final quilt & also the 301.
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    Welcome John! I like the quilt you made for Bix. He looks content with his own quilt. Thanks for sharing!
    Monica

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    Aww, he looks like he enjoys his new quilt. Good job.

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    AWWWW That's cute.
    Quilting with a friend keeps me in stitches.

    Trish

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    Precious pooch and really nice quilt. He looks quite pleased
    Alyce

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    Welcome and what a sweet picture of the dog and his quilt. Love my 301 and use it almost exclusively despite having several vintage machines.
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    Awesome costume. I wish we had gatherings up here more often, if they do they are Voyageur themed and people dress like trappers, Voyageurs and first nations sometimes.
    1939 Singer 221, 1926 Singer 15-88 treadle, 1980 Singer Starlet 496, 1947 Singer 201-3, 1916 Singer 99k Handcrank

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    Awesome costume. I wish we had gatherings up here in Alberta more often, if they do they are Voyageur canoe themed and people dress like trappers, Voyageurs and first nations sometimes. They are usually called rendevouz events and part of Canoe brigade trips.
    1939 Singer 221, 1926 Singer 15-88 treadle, 1980 Singer Starlet 496, 1947 Singer 201-3, 1916 Singer 99k Handcrank

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    I just finished a toddler size "Bento Box" quilt using 3 machines. The piecing was done with either a Pfaff 60 or White Rotary treadle, the quilting was done by a Bernina 930 and finally the 1917 White Rotary did the binding.
    Here's the video of me sewing the binding. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4kVaamCRnc

    Sharon W.
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    Sharon, Nicely done! I like your youtube video too. You seem to be enjoying your White.

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    Oh Sharon, what a wonderful quilt.... and all on your vintage machines?? I really need to get working on my treadle.... just need to adjust the belt because it slips. It must be warm enough in Texas to display your quilt outside. I'm jealous. It's been the most frigid, snowy winter this year in Michigan... don't know when I'll see the ground again. The pile of snow in front of my house is as tall as I am...... the guy that plows says he's going to have to start piling it in another place.
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