Tag Archives: pantograph

Colorful!

Last week I hand appliqued some triangles on to my autumn colored jelly roll quilt, which was shown in my prior blog post.  Consequently, it was a relaxing time, but not a terribly exciting time, except for the British murder … Continue reading

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Choosing the best quilting…

To refresh your memory, this is the final quilt top from Lily’s bandanas, which were apparently her favorite accessory, next to her people, of course.  Lily, was a lovely golden retriever who resided with her family on the coast of … Continue reading

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Finished product

The charity quilts are finished.  I quilted already pieced tops as discussed in my last blog. Here are the finished quilts.  I need to practice machine binding, but I’m happy with the quilting.  Again, I used the Double Dutch pantograph … Continue reading

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practice, practice, practice; muslin, muslin, muslin

I’m sorry for the gap in posts.  When comparing the Boston Marathon bombings with my longarm practicing, I felt my practicing wasn’t worth a comment.  However, to explain my absences, as I don’t want to bore you excessively, this is … Continue reading

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