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Thread: How do you do stippling?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borntohandquilt
    Just to mention it - you can also do stippling by hand. The rows of handquilting are done very close to each other and it looks like that:
    You're terrifficcccc---I can't hand quilt that close together--my bet is that you've been doing it awile, right? Great job

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    Now, that is an idea that I had not heard about. I am just learning and I started with some large stippling on a baby quilt and it turned out very nice. I then meandered one of my old hand embroidered quilts that just really needed something else. I did not do as well on it, but it was good practice and still looked more completed than it did before. I will try the writing practice and tell my friend who is wanting to try it,as well. Thank you for the input.

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    www.keepsakequilting.com
    Has a pre printed paper with adhesive strips on the back the roll is 9 1/2in x26 feet. You cut it to fit where you are quilting and quilt over the design and then when finished tear the paper away (like stitch N Tear) They have small stipples, Large stipples, Waves, Loops, Roses, Stars and leaves. The also have borders,they are 15.99 a roll Borders are 14.99 - 15.99.

    I have mine on the way!!!!CHECK THEM OUT and I believe it's called stippling made easy or quilting made easy.

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    It is basically free motion quilting using your regular quilting machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annz
    It is basically free motion quilting using your regular quilting machine.
    I think you can just sew regularly on top of the paper. I hope so!!!:)

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    [quote=Berta48]
    Quote Originally Posted by Annz
    It is basically free motion quilting using your regular quilting machine.
    I think you can just sew regularly on top of the paper. I was going to order them a few minutes ago then bought 2 jelly rolls for 27.53 that included the shipping and didn't.So I will wait on the quilting paper to make sure it is where you can just sew across the patterns without FMQ.Have you used it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by donnajean
    A picture is worth a thousand words.

    http://www.ohfransson.com/oh_fransso...-quilting.html

    Type quilt stippling tutorial in Google search & you will find more tutorials or videos

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    http://daystyledesigns.com/365project2.htm
    I love this site. She takes you through every type of machine quilting possible. I am sure you will find a video of stipling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michlowe
    http://daystyledesigns.com/365project2.htm
    I love this site. She takes you through every type of machine quilting possible. I am sure you will find a video of stipling.
    Yes that is Leah Day.She has a LOT of designs she makes a new one every day. 365 days a year.I just have to practice, practice, practice!

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