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Thread: I know Stitch in the Ditch is hard. Is you LA'er able to stay in the ditch very well

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    Power Poster BellaBoo's Avatar
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    I have seen many 'freehand' quilting done by longarmers and I will take the computer designs anytime. I always choose designs that are done by computer machine stitching. I learned my lesson that free hand to the local LAs here mean miss spaced and uneven quilting.
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    If you limit yourself to only computer generated quilting, you can be losing out on alot of good quilters. You need to communicate well with your LAer so you are both on the same page. I have seen good and bad free motion quilting...and at the same time good and bad computer generated quilting. Communications is the KEY! My customers know I"m human and will let me know if they want/need something I am not doing.

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