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Thread: Lesson I learned about pebble quilting

  1. #26
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    Apr 2010
    I have never heard of Pebble quilting, what is it?

  2. #27
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    Jan 2010
    Hartsburg, Mo
    Quote Originally Posted by auntpiggylpn View Post
    I have never heard of this before! Sounds like a good plan! I recently made a QAYG strip quilt that had me sewing long strips of black together and I used black thread and black batting and it was a nightmare. I had to put my small Ott lite on my cutting table directly above the pieces I was pinning and then it still wasn't always clear.
    The new Viking machine comes with a black light bulb. I saw a demo of it - it's WONDERFUL for black on black or white on white. Sure hope I can still buy a regular base bulb that is black light (the new Viking machine has a very sexy light under the handles so it always shines right on the needle).

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    I sent an e-mail to Superior thread and the answer back is that they will check out the possibility of this type of thread

    today I think I will experiment with coloring some thread with a iron out dissapearing marker....thinking of taping the marker to machine case so the thread has to run over it...and doing pebbles......on a sample square, obviosly..lol

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