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College Memories

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Quilting Big Projects on a Small Machine taught by Ann Petersen

Learn five machine-quilting methods while tackling a common challenge: how to quilt large projects on your home sewing machine!

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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Style Traditional
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What materials did you use? Colorfast fabric sheets for inkjet printers by June Tailor, Inc.

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What are you most proud of? That I actually completed it!!! LOL. Ann's technique of the split batting made it possible to quilt this on my Brother CS6000i with much less aggravation than I had quilting a much smaller quilt.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Go for it!! If I can do it, you surely can! This was only the 3rd quilt I'd made.

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Wow, I have the same sewing machine. I am inspired by your complete project.

08/22/2012 Flag

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08/22/2012 Flag

Your niece will love this quilt!

08/23/2012 Flag

Actually, she saw it while I was doing the hand sewing on the binding...she LOVED it! So glad...LOL!

08/23/2012 Flag

Lovely and very personal gift - Good Job!

08/24/2012 Flag

I'm so glad I took this course! Of the 5 quilts I have made (all in the past 4 mos), only the first was a small throw! The second one I made was twin size and I had so much trouble quilting it on the small machine!! Unfortunately I can't afford a longarm service, so I had to learn to get it done with what I had. Thank you so much!!! PS - also learned that "old" Press and Seal works better than a "new" roll. The new roll gunked up the needle :(

08/25/2012 Flag