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Thread: Long Arm Quilting DVD / recommendations

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    Senior Member Janet My's Avatar
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    Long Arm Quilting DVD / recommendations

    What are your recommendations for long arm quilting lessons on DVD. I'm a visual person and all the books in the world are not cutting it for me. I have a HQ Avante with a 10' Studio frame.

    I know that HQ has the set of DVD's but if someone can give me a review on them or suggest something else I would really appreciate it.


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    Super Member Mad Mimm's Avatar
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    I am curious what people say here. I took a class for the same reason. I recently saw a series of Sharon Schamber DVDs at a quilt expo - they looked really good and I am curious to see if anyone recommends them. She does gorgeous FMQ. I would also think Diane Gaudynski does good DVD instruction, but not sure about that. I will watch this thread with interest, thanks for asking!!
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    Power Poster Sadiemae's Avatar
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    Did you watch the HQ free videos? There is a lot of information that is beneficial. Also, I find a lot of great youtube videos on longarm quilting.

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    The ones that I really love are on QNN - the longarm quilting show. It's especially handy for HQ owners, because those are the machines they use for all the demos.

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    Super Member hperttula123's Avatar
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    try watching some videos on youtube. That won't cost anything and you can see so much there. I am a visual learner also. I watched the pajama quilter's dvd(she is good) and Adam Chenevert's dvd. I got his off etsy, his shop is called pinktext. He does detailed feathers and he breaks them all down and makes it alot easier. Hope this helps a little bit.
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