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  • Re: Did you work on a quilt today? #3

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    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Claire on Sun, Jun 5 2011
  • Re: Did you work on a quilt today? #3

    I sorta worked on a quilt. I actually made a label for my current project on my [new to me] embroidery machine. I was so intimidated by the machine when I first got it a few weeks ago that I was scared to make adjustments. Well I fooled with it for a while and it is really pretty easy. My label says Merry Christmas 2011 Al & Claire. I am so happy
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Claire on Sun, Jun 5 2011
  • Re: Who loves to combine quilting and machine embroidery?

    Did you just put your quilt sandwich into the hoop and turn the machine on?
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Claire on Mon, May 23 2011
  • Re: domestic machine quilting, help please

    Does anyone use a tag gun to make their quilt sandwiches? I used one for a long time in drapery making and the first one I ever bought was made for quilters. Is there a good reason not to do that? Perhaps a pain to remove the tags? Claire
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Claire on Sun, May 22 2011
  • Re: What are you up to today? #3

    That is something I intend to do with my new [to me] Brother SE350. I bought the software to download things from e-bay and it will not work on my laptop [too new and it is three years old] so will have to go upstairs where the old desktop is and try it out there. i am not really looking forward to spending two hours to do this. I will make myself though
    Posted to Off Topic (Forum) by Claire on Sat, May 21 2011
  • Re: Did you work on a quilt today? #3

    You hooked me and I bought another quick method book as well.
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Claire on Fri, May 20 2011
  • Re: What are you up to today? #3

    Thanks for the advice for the fix. I hope I understand that you are saying to baste the replacement batting into the area I remove the flat batting from. I am headed downstairs to my sewing studio [aka basement] to fix it right now.
    Posted to Off Topic (Forum) by Claire on Tue, May 17 2011
  • Re: What are you up to today? #3

    The area is about 8" square or so and fairly flat. It is in the border area that has not been quilted. I embroidered some butterflies willy nilly along the border and plan on FMQ [when I practice a lot] the path the butterflies have flown along the border. I was wondering if I could just add another layer of batting feathering the edges a bit and
    Posted to Off Topic (Forum) by Claire on Tue, May 17 2011
  • Re: What are you up to today? #3

    Of course I don't have the bag and it is already done so what now? Is there a way to replace the ironed part? This is a Christmas gift for a friend and I want it to be nice.
    Posted to Off Topic (Forum) by Claire on Tue, May 17 2011
  • Re: What are you up to today? #3

    Not sure this is where to ask my question but here goes. I was machine quilting something yesterday and had to iron part of the border and when I did it flattened my batting pretty flat. It is 100% poly. Will it fluff back up? Do I need to undo my stitching in that area and put new batting in and if so how do I attach the new batting?
    Posted to Off Topic (Forum) by Claire on Tue, May 17 2011
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