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I am referring to the quilt that you had to match paint swatches to fabric colors.  I love it and would like to get the pattern.

 

 

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Jeanine replied on Fri, Oct 26 2012 9:23 AM

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I am referring to the quilt that you had to match paint swatches to fabric colors.  I love it and would like to get the pattern.

 

 

http://www.robertkaufman.com/quilting/quilts_patterns/silent_beauty/

free pattern from Robert Kaufman.

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Ramona replied on Sun, Oct 28 2012 2:57 PM

Jeanine,

Your paint chip quilt is absolutely perfect! What a darling quilt.

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Ramona replied on Sun, Oct 28 2012 3:00 PM

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Am finally feeling better and got these two quilts done this week.  This pinwheel was made by my sister Susan

 

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Both of your quilts are wonderful! I'm sure your sister is going to love hers.

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Ramona replied on Sun, Oct 28 2012 3:02 PM

Jeanine,

The Batman quilt is great! He is going to absolutely love it!

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Jeanine replied on Mon, Nov 5 2012 7:42 PM

Here is a customer quilt made from her Mom's shirts.  She made it for her twin brother.  I used a panto called Hearts Gone Wild.  

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ls2116 replied on Mon, Nov 5 2012 8:21 PM

beautiful quilting!  I'm still wondering if I can do something like that on my midarm I definitely need a class or two.

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Jeanine replied on Mon, Nov 5 2012 9:42 PM

While I had the panto set up, I threw on a charity quilt.

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Jeanine replied on Mon, Nov 5 2012 9:45 PM

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beautiful quilting!  I'm still wondering if I can do something like that on my midarm I definitely need a class or two.

This panto requires 15" I think.  You will need to choose pantos that fit your "quilt able space" available.  For a mid arm, I would think you need to have narrower design.  But other than that, you should be able to do any panto.

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Ramona replied on Wed, Nov 7 2012 8:49 AM

Jeanine,

Beautiful panto! You really do great work!

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Vivian replied on Wed, Nov 7 2012 11:58 AM

I do to but being alone for a day before the classes start is a bit lonely.  You can only read so much and with no vehicle, walk so much.  I made the best connections I could to arrive in somewhat awake fashion so that means time alone.  I'm sure, at a later date, I will look at this time a kick myself for complaining.

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 I love taking classes.

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Hi I'm new to this site. I thought I'd say Hi. I have a TinLizzie 26" and really enjoy longarming. I haven't tried pantograms yet and I'd like buy some. My 26" bed men's I really have about 20" or so of usable space.  I need to google where to buy them! 

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Jeanine replied on Wed, Nov 7 2012 9:33 PM

Christine:

Hi I'm new to this site. I thought I'd say Hi. I have a TinLizzie 26" and really enjoy longarming. I haven't tried pantograms yet and I'd like buy some. My 26" bed men's I really have about 20" or so of usable space.  I need to google where to buy them! 

Welcome, Christine!  I have bought several pantos from www.quiltscomplete.com

Post some pictures of your quilts when you have some.

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Nice work Jeanine!  I have a question for you, have you ever quilted a round Christmas tree skirt?  I am attempting one right now and learning as I go, so far I have basted it all down and will do a lot of quilting on it because it is pieced with strips of bias. (yikes!) and there is extra poof to it.  Wish me luck or send me any tips if you have done this. :)

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Jeanine replied on Sat, Nov 10 2012 7:58 PM

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Nice work Jeanine!  I have a question for you, have you ever quilted a round Christmas tree skirt?  I am attempting one right now and learning as I go, so far I have basted it all down and will do a lot of quilting on it because it is pieced with strips of bias. (yikes!) and there is extra poof to it.  Wish me luck or send me any tips if you have done this. :)

I have never quilted a round tree skirt.  Basted would definitely be a good idea.  I took a class once that said you should stitch in the ditch to secure all your quilting areas and then quilt from the outside in.  This is backwards from how you would think...from the center out.  She said if you start in the center and work out, you will wonky edges.  Other than that, I have no real advise based on personal experience.

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