Category Archives: Longarm Quilting

Cross Hatch Stitching Path

Yesterday I talked about the cross hatch design I used on the most recent quilt I worked on, and told you I would share my quilting path in order to avoid starts/stops. So, here it is. 🙂 The block in … Continue reading

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Update to ‘My Favorite Longarm Tools’ – Loading the Backing

After posting about my favorite longarm tools last week, I received several questions about using a fine mist water bottle to remove wrinkles when loading the backing fabric. Today I loaded another quilt and took some pictures of the process. … Continue reading

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My Favorite Longarm Quilting Tools

Welcome to the last Main Crush Monday party of October. It’s hard to believe that November is only a couple days away – where has this year gone? Some days I wish there was a way to slow things down … Continue reading

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MCM #89 – Continuous Curves Ahead

Welcome to the eighty-ninth edition of Main Crush Monday! Can you believe we’ve been crushing on our quilty projects for this long? I can! 🙂 I had a very interesting weekend that included visiting and touring a now defunct state … Continue reading

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Longarm Update – The Story Continues…

Yesterday I told you that the leaders would be installed on my machine and I would get a lesson from the dealer on how to operate the Fusion. That did happen. The leaders were installed, and after watching Tim’s demo I … Continue reading

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