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Refreshing the Longarm

My new hydraulic lift is awesome.  It allows me to quilt at just the right height, whatever, that happens to be for the quilting I’m doing.  With just the push of a button I can set a new height.  It has helped me visually see what I am quilting.  Definitely recommend. Yesterday I put on… Continue reading Refreshing the Longarm

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Where am I Running to?

I have been super busy this year.  Donna Morrell and I vended for Studio 180 Design at three quilt shows (Port St. Lucie, the Villages, and the AQS show in Daytona), and  Rick (my husband) and I vended in Panama City.  Then Donna and I were off to North Caroling for CI Training with Deb… Continue reading Where am I Running to?

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Love Links and Polka Dots a Good Combination

My husband is putting a hydraulic lift on my quilting machine for which I am one thankful lady. So while my machine is tied up I decided to go ahead and quilt my one and only “mini” I made.  I used Studio 180 Design’s Love Link Pattern and the Wing Clipper tool to make 1/2″ x… Continue reading Love Links and Polka Dots a Good Combination

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More Fabric Please

So when do you start a new project?  I have six quilts in the wings waiting to be quilted, and at least ten partially pieced quilts needing finishing.  I promised myself I was going to catch up, but all it took was a poke from a student ” Are you going to teach “Lemoyne Trails?”… Continue reading More Fabric Please

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The Quilt Top is Finished, Now What?

So the quilt top is done, now what?  I have my bag of tricks, multiple designs, some I have learned  by some great quilt instructors, other designs I have created by doodling.   I have picked up some quilting designs looking at architecture, tiles or antique plates or trays.  I’ve seen new designs in someone… Continue reading The Quilt Top is Finished, Now What?