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Old 12-05-2007, 09:06 PM
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Well, you all know how blue I was with the results of the quilting on the RedHat Lap. Well, I encountered something I hadn't before. :shock: This was that when I used my walking foot on the straight parts of the quilting I would often have to lift and reset the foot (not move it just lower again) at the seams. Have any of you ever had to do that with a "walking" foot. Maybe it needs a walker :lol: but it isn't OLD so it shouldn't. :roll: I used a freemotion foot for the curves and of course freemotion quilting. :?
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Old 12-06-2007, 04:20 AM
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sometimes the seams make a hump and I need to lift my foot just a dab to help it over

and by the way, what did you do with the quilt? did you take it out and try again? I hope you found something that worked for you.
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