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Thread: Machine Quilting

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    Power Poster Jingle's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by sidmona
    I use my Juki domestic machine to quilt and have made up to a king without using a frame. It just takes patience and a lot of practice. I scrunch the quilt into the throat, I don't roll it and it seems to work fine for me. I find the quilting very relaxing.

    Ditto, what she said. Exactly what I do and on the same machine.

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    Awsome I sure would like to try that after I try the Kaleidoscope
    first. Those flower quilts are absolutely beautiful. Great Job!

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    hey don't stop now. pratice makes it better. I took out my quilts dozens of times because I had a grand mother and a teacher who maked me do it. I hateded it then but am glad now. I still have to take out sometimes but you learn each time you do.

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    I tried the link you put up and she has some fantastic work

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    Joeyoz - Beautiful work!!! I really don't think that I could be that precise enevn with practice. I guess I lose interest or concentraion after awhile.

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    I am far from an experienced quilter, but just finished making a variation of the log cabin pattern into a King Size quilt for my daughter. I did what they call SITD and
    made it on my little Brother sewing machine which only has about a 7" throat. It wasn't a simple task, and it took about 6 months to quilt since I also work. Scrunching was the way I worked it into my machine. It really can be done.

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