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Jeanine replied on Tue, Jun 12 2012 6:45 PM | Locked

TJ:

I've been happy with the pantographs from www.urbanelementz.com.  They're having a sale now and the nice thing is, they have sizes for all machine sizes.

That's the other one!  Thanks.  They do have sales that save you some.

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Jeanine replied on Tue, Jun 12 2012 6:47 PM | Locked

$15-16 is normal for a panto. I have paid $19 for some and love it when I find a sale.

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TJ replied on Tue, Jun 12 2012 10:59 PM | Locked

I just received a newsletter from my local sewing machine store.  They talked about the new Pfaff Power Quilter P3 long arm, but no where does it state the throat size.  I looked on the Pfaff website as well, and it doesn't state it either. 

Does anyone know what it might be?

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Jeanine replied on Tue, Jun 12 2012 11:22 PM | Locked

I think it is 18".

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Ramona replied on Wed, Jun 13 2012 2:35 PM | Locked

Vivian,

The quilting on your charity quilt is fantastic! I love the use of varigated thread.  Some lucky person will be happy to cuddle up with this quilt.

 

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Ramona replied on Wed, Jun 13 2012 2:42 PM | Locked

Jeanine,

Great pattern for the jelly roll quilt. Looks smooth to me! Great job

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Elizabeth replied on Fri, Jun 15 2012 9:42 PM | Locked

Here is the third quilt I have done using hoooked on feathers.  The middle of the quilt is a free motion spril.  First quilt using only frre motion, not stencils or patterns :)  I call it" Summer Sunshine"

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Elizabeth replied on Fri, Jun 15 2012 9:43 PM | Locked

Granny M:
Did you use the basic feathers or have you mastered all those fancy curly things that she has in the book.

 

I just do the basic feathers.  Not drawn to the fancy ones.  Just posted a picture in this thread take a look

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Jeanine replied on Fri, Jun 15 2012 9:50 PM | Locked

Very nice quilting!  I love the quilt, too.  Definitely summeriish.

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Jeanine replied on Fri, Jun 15 2012 9:56 PM | Locked

I have been doing binding on charity quilts today.  We leave in the morning for KC for my grandsons first birthday party.  Found out just now that my husbands ex and youngest son will be there.  This is not good!  Trent lived with us for a couple years but has problems with lying, responsibility and other issues.  Long story but he ended up running back to mommy and I haven't spoken to him for a few years.  He owese us at the very least an apology!  I told my husband that He was his son but I couldn't do any more for him.  Yuck!!!  Not going to be fun but will need to make the best of it for my DIL.  

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Ramona replied on Sat, Jun 16 2012 2:43 PM | Locked

This is the little baby quilt I was making for one of our daughter's friends. Got it finished and in the mail last week. Here are a couple of pictures. As you can probably tell it's for a little girl. Her room is done in pastels. I also sent a matching crib sheet.

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Ramona replied on Sat, Jun 16 2012 3:03 PM | Locked

Jeanine,

I feel for you. We, too, have ex's to deal with. DH and I have the mind set that all is good. If they have issues, that's for them to deal with. They are the ones who made changes in the relationships, which we are glad they did.  We just go with the flow and hug their necks and are happy. We have moved on and are better for it.  Remember that Trent was just young and didn't make good decisions. Maybe he was trying to keep the pot stirred up between the parents. That was a way for attention for him. As he matures hopefully he'll change for the good. You will be more at ease and happier if you put it behind you and move on, no matter how they behave.  Letting those issues bother you now is only hurting you.  Try and forgive and move on.  Throw away all the negative.  It hard to do but it does take a load off.  Big hugs and prayers for you! Hope all goes smooth.

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Ramona replied on Sat, Jun 16 2012 3:05 PM | Locked

Elizabeth,

What a wonderful job! You're doing great with the Hooked on Feathers. Wish I had a quilt on I could pratice with the feathers.

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Marilyn Webb replied on Sat, Jun 16 2012 3:43 PM | Locked

Do you have anyone close by you can ask about tax issues?  Or a friend that has a business?  Know a local artist that may have answers?  A Chamber officce should have some answers for you. 

I sold my gammill machine when we moved from Ks to MO a few years ago.  But I loved the machine and the fact that they serviced and traned me to use it.  I did both pantographs and free motion quilting.  And my machine had a tension control and speed/stitch regulator on it.

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Marilyn Webb replied on Sat, Jun 16 2012 3:43 PM | Locked

Do you have anyone close by you can ask about tax issues?  Or a friend that has a business?  Know a local artist that may have answers?  A Chamber officce should have some answers for you. 

I sold my gammill machine when we moved from Ks to MO a few years ago.  But I loved the machine and the fact that they serviced and traned me to use it.  I did both pantographs and free motion quilting.  And my machine had a tension control and speed/stitch regulator on it.

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