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Thread: Using pantograph

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    Using pantograph

    I am real new to using pantographs like how this turned out If there are any longarmers looking at this let me know what you think did I do okay or nay
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    I haven't tried the pantographs but I think it looks great. I'm going to try it out after seeing how well your quilt turned out.
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    I have been wanting to try pantographs, thanks for the courage. Nice job.
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    It looks good to me.
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    Very nice quilt and quilting.

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    Looks good to me. Is that pattern Ebb and Flow? I have used that one on several small quilts.

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    the pattern was peacock

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    Looks great...nice pattern...I have used Ebb and Flow too...love it...

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    nicely done
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    Looks good! Pantographs are super to use ...it makes keeping an all over pattern spaced evenly easier. Glad you gave them a try... keep up the good work!!

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    I haven't worked with a pantograph yet but I like what you did.

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    As a longarm quilter for several years, all I can say is "wow!" You did a beautiful job! Wish my first attempt would have been as nice as yours.

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    Looks good to me, too

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    very nice!!!
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    Nice work on this!
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    It looks good. I love pantographs. There are so many designs and the results are such even quilting throughout. The more you do them, the easier it gets. At the beginning it is hard to stay on the lines, but after 3 years, I rarely have any problems with this.

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    I want to think you all for your comments I am encouraged to do more pantos

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    Wow that looks great
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    Quote Originally Posted by newbee3 View Post
    the pattern was peacock
    Where would I be able to find that panto?

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    Beautifully done! Looks great!

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