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Judy Lee replied on Wed, Apr 25 2012 9:20 AM | Locked

LOL! Cindy, are those quilting combat boots That I see in that picture! LMAO

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Cindy Stowe replied on Wed, Apr 25 2012 9:57 AM | Locked

yep! still can't quite give up ALL the road things!

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Cindy Stowe replied on Wed, Apr 25 2012 10:02 AM | Locked

Here's the top I finished out of my UFO pile!

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Nana replied on Wed, Apr 25 2012 10:30 AM | Locked

Cindy

Beautiful quilt.  I love the design and the fabrics.  Great job.

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Snugglebug Quilter replied on Wed, Apr 25 2012 11:18 AM | Locked

Cindy nice work!  I have to say I absolutely LOVE batik fabrics!!!  You did such a wonderful job chosing your fabrics.  Love the way they flow!!

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Bonnie Stonebraker replied on Wed, Apr 25 2012 1:31 PM | Locked

Cindy, that is stunning! I love batiks and love the pattern!

 

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Helen replied on Wed, Apr 25 2012 3:45 PM | Locked

I have a 17" Baileys and am a fairly new midarm quilter.  Have quilted about 8 quilts.  3 Panthos and 5 assorted designs.  Love the simplicity of the machine, no electronic gadgets to go wrong.  I can only set the frame up to a queen size due to room space.  Would love to learn more about longarm quilting.  Hopefully this thread can offer some inspiration for designs and ideas.

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Jeanine replied on Wed, Apr 25 2012 5:14 PM | Locked

Tweety2911@aol.com:

I have a 17" Baileys and am a fairly new midarm quilter.  Have quilted about 8 quilts.  3 Panthos and 5 assorted designs.  Love the simplicity of the machine, no electronic gadgets to go wrong.  I can only set the frame up to a queen size due to room space.  Would love to learn more about longarm quilting.  Hopefully this thread can offer some inspiration for designs and ideas.

Welcome!  You will be able to learn here as well as share in our headaches!  We have various levels of experience here so it is fun to compare notes.

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Jeanine replied on Wed, Apr 25 2012 5:16 PM | Locked

That's a neat pattern, Cindy, and fun fabrics.  I have a kit I bought that gave that corrogated look with shadowed batiks that I will have to actually make someday.  The turquoise squares makes it really interesting.

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Jeanine replied on Wed, Apr 25 2012 5:21 PM | Locked

I have an ipad 2.  If I'm going to sync with my computer, I might as well post the pictures from my computer.  That's my issue.  I carry my ipad around with me but not my laptop.  I have been moving my pictures that I take with my iPad to dropbox and then they will be available on my laptop or computer when I get around to using one of those.  It is just a pain.  I know I posted a picture before without using Picasa.  I can't remember what I did, though.  It still involved moving the file to somewhere on the web that you could access it.  They need to just make it EASY to do somehow.  Why won't the ipad recognize the ipad camera roll as a folder under the browse option?

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Judy Lee replied on Wed, Apr 25 2012 5:26 PM | Locked

welcome Tweety,

Lots of good info here!

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Vivian replied on Thu, Apr 26 2012 12:22 PM | Locked

This is my French Garden quilt.  LLLOOONGG time on the frame big problems with tension and bobbins.  I have two charity quilts to do and I really hope the problem is resolved.

I thought an allover vine and leaf patter was appropriate for a garden quilt.

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Snugglebug Quilter replied on Thu, Apr 26 2012 1:23 PM | Locked

Vivian, wow I LOVE the quilt and the quilting!  I think the all over design you chose was right on target!  Great work!!  One question, was that a panto or did you free hand it?  Either way, amazing!

 

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Vivian replied on Thu, Apr 26 2012 2:25 PM | Locked

Free motion.  I don't do pantos as, while I can get behind my machine, I don't like to be behind my machine.  Not quite enough room to work.

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Jeanine replied on Thu, Apr 26 2012 4:30 PM | Locked

Nice job, Vivian.  I guess if I did free motion that good I wouldn't need to do pantos!

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