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Thread: UGGHH tried machine quilting my quilt.

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    UGGHH tried machine quilting my quilt.

    I purchased a quilting frame from Kenneth Lund. I was so excited...but my downfall was for my first ever quilt I quilted I used JoAnn's minky..HEHEHEHE not the thing to do for my first ever quilted quilt.

    I had trouble getting all the fabric rolled on the rollers. It was just a mess from beginning to end..hehehe I won't name them all..

    So now I am going to try an all cotton quilt and see if I get better results. I sure hope so because I am pretty discouraged. Good thing this is a camping quilt because I don't care how it looks..

    And I am going to start saving money and get a longer arm machine.

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    I commend your attitude. Go forward. We learn as we go.
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    wow i understand the first time i did minky on back of a quilt i said never again. some
    one on this board said to put the minky on top when fmq so i am going to try that
    next time.

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    Good luck in your quilting - I'm still at the practice, practice, practice stage on the DSM.

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    Junior Member Karenowc's Avatar
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    yes to practice, practice.

    I do not like using minky. I put it on the back of crib bumper pads and said, never gain. It moved so much.
    Karen in CA
    Babylock Ellisimo, Babylock Enlighten Serger, Janome 6600, Janome 760 for travel

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