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Thread: Quilted with Sashiko Machine

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    Quilting looks nice.
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    Very nice!

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    I have never heard of one of those machines....but after seeing what you have done, I WANT one! I'm gonna check it out right now!! Great work!

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    What thread is in the bobbin? Would you please show what the back side of the quilt looks like. Very interesting thread!!

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    Beautiful. Looks like hand quilting. Is this an expensive machine, may I ask?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sewbizgirl View Post
    Beautiful. Looks like hand quilting. Is this an expensive machine, may I ask?
    Oops, sorry. Should have read on a little further!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Suz View Post
    What thread is in the bobbin? Would you please show what the back side of the quilt looks like. Very interesting thread!!
    See the 3rd picture to see what the underside looks like. (I wish I had tightened the tension). The bobbin has the 30wt thread wound on it. There is no top thread. The needle mechanism pulls the bobbin thread up, a metal hook kicks the thread aside to skip a stitch, then lays one stitch down. It does not goes backward, it locks each stitch. It is indeed strange, but I love it.

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    We refer to those type pieces of fabric as "Convenience" fabric...sounds nicer than cheater. Great job.

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