Quilting and Stuff by Knitnoid

Quilting On My Own

I’m making progress on the quilts for the quilt show.  About a month ago, my sister took possession of an Innova Long Arm with Mach 3.  Mach 3 is the computer. Anyway, since she got it, I’ve quilted the two pastel rail fence quilts, the black and white Strip Twist and my Christmas En Provence. Only the Strip Twist is bound, the rest still need binding.  Since my sister is off at a quilt retreat this weekend, she said I could use the long arm.  So, off I went with this  Christmas Crazy 8 which has been a top for a bit over 12 years (I finished it 9/1/06 according to my notes).

I managed to upload the digital pantograph I bought – Echo Holly by Dave Hudson for Urban Elementz. I was able to tell the computer what Size I wanted it to stitch out at get it to stitch.  I ran into one snag where the thread broke – it got caught on the back handles – I have no idea how that happened.  Then the last 2 1/2 row gave me grief.  I’ve about decided I linked them in the wrong order as it stitched out the bottom row, then the next to bottom row and finally the 2nd full row from the end.  But, even with that oddness, I’m very happy with how it stitched out.  So, now I have 4 quilts ready to bind for the quilt show.

The hourglass quilt is one round of hour glasses and the border away from being ready to quilt. The plan is to finish it up tomorrow and go back over to my sister’s to quilt it.

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