A few of you were interested in seeing the quilt that my wife was
working on when I was showing the Lamp I built for her long arm machine.
This is obviously the over all top.
Close up of the center.
Close up of a corner.
And the center of the back.
On 9/18/2016 3:31 PM, Unquestionably Confused wrote:
Well there were a few discussions as to how to do this. The patterns
are wider than the depth capacity of the machine. Soooo that doing what
could be done and then removing the quilt, clocking it 90 degrees and
filling in the blanks.
It's a slippery slope, no? LOL
Actually the robotics are becoming available from after market. This
seems to be cut adding the cost of adding robotics to a long arm machine
in half. Still pricey, like buying a high end table saw with all the
accessories Instead of buying a new car. ;~)
The bait..... ;~)
I said that because my wife has made hundreds of quilts for family
members's weddings, births, etc, in the years we have been married. All
She is one of those person who is nervous, and you place thead or yarn
in her hands an out comes a quilt or shawl. ;-)
True dat ....but you also cannot buy a hand made queen-sized quilt at
Macy's fer $50!
I bought 3 (fifteen yrs ago). One I used, one I gave to my daughter, one I still have.
Wash 'em twice and they're destroyed.
What!? You think you do not exfoliate!? ;)
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