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  1. NO LONGER FOR SALE: 2005 MILLIE COMPLETE WITH 2015 QUILT PATH 12-foot table with motorized fabric advance Surface Pro 3 with Quilt Path Thread break detector Hartley extended base Recently replaced leaders One owner, consistently well maintained I will also include a generous supply of L bobbins Sent to factory in 2012 for maintenance and component upgrades (full spa treatment) This is a great opportunity to have a complete computerized system! I have a successful part time quilting business so I'm selling my beloved Millie to upgrade to a new Millennium Asking $15,900. Located in Oregon. Contact Lisa at lpotter@canby.com for more info. 0
  2. NO LONGER FOR SALE: 2005 MILLIE COMPLETE WITH 2015 QUILT PATH 12-foot table with motorized fabric advance Surface Pro 3 with Quilt Path Thread break detector Hartley extended base Recently replaced leaders One owner, consistently well maintained I will also include a generous supply of L bobbins Sent to factory in 2012 for maintenance and component upgrades (full spa treatment) This is a great opportunity to have a complete computerized system! I have a successful part time quilting business so I'm selling my beloved Millie to upgrade to a new Millennium Asking $15,900. Located in Oregon. Contact Lisa at lpotter@canby.com for more info. 0 SALE 2005 MILLIE COMPLETE WITH 2015 QUILT PATH 12-foot table with motorized fabric advance Surface Pro 3 with Quilt Path Thread break detector Hartley extended base Recently replaced leaders One owner, consistently well maintained Sent to factory in 2012 for maintenance and component upgrades Asking $15,900. Located in Oregon. Contact Lisa at lpotter@canby.com for more info.
  3. Thanks for the ideas...I was thinking feathers throughout the quilt. I have to admit that I did not piece this one...I bartered with a friend who offered to make this quilt for me in trade for a custom job on one of her\'s. The corners are what have me stumped, but I like the idea of putting a nice feather motif and stippling around the outside. I\'m going to check out the Grandmother\'s Fan...that sounds like the perfect solution to the fan areas. I\'ll post a pic when it is done. Thanks again! Lisa
  4. And the last pic that shows the corner...
  5. It worked! Heidi...you\'re my hero!
  6. Thanks Heidi...let\'s see if this works.
  7. Here\'s the message I got when I tried to post the pic: MySQL has encountered an unknown error. To find out the exact problem, please set the DEBUG flag to true in config.php. Anyone know what this refers to? Lisa
  8. I got a weird message when I tried to post the pic...here\'s another attempt.
  9. Hi, here is are three pictures of a quilt (this is actually mine...shock...never get to do my own stuff!) and I\'d like your creative CQ ideas in finishing it. My challenge is the areas that have curves. Have you run across any designs that would complement these? I\'m looking forward to finishing this...it\'s only been in my queue for a year and I have finally set aside a week in July to finish it. Sky\'s the limit here, so any thoughts would be so appreciated! Thanks all of you creative quilters! Lisa Potter Buzzy Bee Quilting
  10. Hi Nancy, Linda and I spoke last night and after "noodling" it with her, I think I know what I was missing. I only flipped the Y but I bet I have to flip both the X AND Y to make it work. I am using boundaries and I\'m going to give it a try this afternoon. It makes sense to reverse the start point so I start from the same exact point once the pattern is flipped. Your explanation made perfect sense, so I\'ll let you know how it goes. Thanks Nancy and Linda for your help. Lisa
  11. I\'m working on a quilt with very large blocks set on point. Because I can\'t get the entire block in the quilting area, I\'m trying to use a triangle shaped pattern (Karen McTavish\'s bow pattern) where I stitch it in the top half of the block and then flip and stitch the mirror image in the bottom half of the block. Sounds good in theory, but I can\'t seem to figure out how to mirror image it so the center comes together at the same point. I\'m using the border feature and is that where I\'m going wrong? When I flip the pattern, I have to reenter the border points. I hope this makes sense to someone! I thought I had this all figured out, but it\'s not working the way I imagined it. Thanks for any help you can offer. Lisa Potter Buzzy Bee Quilting
  12. Thank you for this thread! I\'ve signed up too. My cousin just returned from Iraq where he flew the C-23 Sherpa transport planes. As quilters, this is one of the most meaningful and heartfelt things we can do. Thanks again! Lisa Potter www.buzzybeequilting.com Canby, Oregon
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    CQ & T-shirt quilts

    Thank you Joanne and Linda for your ideas. I just finished the first t-shirt quilt and it turned out great. I used Bottomline in the top and bobbin (she wanted a little color) and I had planned all along to use Deb\'s Swirls and so it was a good choice. Thanks again! Lisa
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    CQ & T-shirt quilts

    I have two t-shirt quilts coming and would like to use my CQ. She wants a simple E2E. Has anyone done a t-shirt quilt using the CQ? Anything I need to be aware of using the CQ or would I be safer doing it freehand? Thanks for your help, Lisa Potter Buzzy Bee Quilting
  15. What is the name of your motif pattern? It is very pretty. I\'ll be doing an Irish Chain for a customer and would like to show her the design you used in this quilt. Very very nice work! Lisa Potter www.buzzybeequilting.com Canby, Oregon