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    pcquilter1 got a reaction from micajah in Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings   
    A few weeks ago I asked if anyone had tried the Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings on George.  A friend of mine who has a different brand sit-down loves hers.  I bought the set - 11" and 8".  So far I have used the 11" and it has increased the space I can quilt, keeps my quilt flat and is easier on my hands!  I've been having hand cramps and the knobs are such that I can hold the knobs without stressing my hands.  I did a teardrop design that is nice and smooth because I didn't have to stop and start to reposition my hands.
     
    I haven't used the 8" yet but see it working well for finer work!
     
    The ring has a notched out area that goes under the foot.  I had to take the foot off to use the ring but that was easy!  It is nice that the notch is deep but doesn't separate the ring where the quilt could get caught.
     
    I highly recommend the rings - easier on your hands, shoulders - and increases larger quilting design opportunities.
     
    Here is a picture of the quilting - this is my 3rd quilt on George and the first quilt using the rings.
     
    Sue
    Panama City, FL

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    pcquilter1 got a reaction from Bekah in Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings   
    A few weeks ago I asked if anyone had tried the Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings on George.  A friend of mine who has a different brand sit-down loves hers.  I bought the set - 11" and 8".  So far I have used the 11" and it has increased the space I can quilt, keeps my quilt flat and is easier on my hands!  I've been having hand cramps and the knobs are such that I can hold the knobs without stressing my hands.  I did a teardrop design that is nice and smooth because I didn't have to stop and start to reposition my hands.
     
    I haven't used the 8" yet but see it working well for finer work!
     
    The ring has a notched out area that goes under the foot.  I had to take the foot off to use the ring but that was easy!  It is nice that the notch is deep but doesn't separate the ring where the quilt could get caught.
     
    I highly recommend the rings - easier on your hands, shoulders - and increases larger quilting design opportunities.
     
    Here is a picture of the quilting - this is my 3rd quilt on George and the first quilt using the rings.
     
    Sue
    Panama City, FL

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    pcquilter1 got a reaction from Oma in Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings   
    A few weeks ago I asked if anyone had tried the Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings on George.  A friend of mine who has a different brand sit-down loves hers.  I bought the set - 11" and 8".  So far I have used the 11" and it has increased the space I can quilt, keeps my quilt flat and is easier on my hands!  I've been having hand cramps and the knobs are such that I can hold the knobs without stressing my hands.  I did a teardrop design that is nice and smooth because I didn't have to stop and start to reposition my hands.
     
    I haven't used the 8" yet but see it working well for finer work!
     
    The ring has a notched out area that goes under the foot.  I had to take the foot off to use the ring but that was easy!  It is nice that the notch is deep but doesn't separate the ring where the quilt could get caught.
     
    I highly recommend the rings - easier on your hands, shoulders - and increases larger quilting design opportunities.
     
    Here is a picture of the quilting - this is my 3rd quilt on George and the first quilt using the rings.
     
    Sue
    Panama City, FL

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    pcquilter1 got a reaction from Bonnie in Ok in Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings   
    A few weeks ago I asked if anyone had tried the Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings on George.  A friend of mine who has a different brand sit-down loves hers.  I bought the set - 11" and 8".  So far I have used the 11" and it has increased the space I can quilt, keeps my quilt flat and is easier on my hands!  I've been having hand cramps and the knobs are such that I can hold the knobs without stressing my hands.  I did a teardrop design that is nice and smooth because I didn't have to stop and start to reposition my hands.
     
    I haven't used the 8" yet but see it working well for finer work!
     
    The ring has a notched out area that goes under the foot.  I had to take the foot off to use the ring but that was easy!  It is nice that the notch is deep but doesn't separate the ring where the quilt could get caught.
     
    I highly recommend the rings - easier on your hands, shoulders - and increases larger quilting design opportunities.
     
    Here is a picture of the quilting - this is my 3rd quilt on George and the first quilt using the rings.
     
    Sue
    Panama City, FL

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    pcquilter1 got a reaction from JustSewSimple in Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings   
    A few weeks ago I asked if anyone had tried the Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings on George.  A friend of mine who has a different brand sit-down loves hers.  I bought the set - 11" and 8".  So far I have used the 11" and it has increased the space I can quilt, keeps my quilt flat and is easier on my hands!  I've been having hand cramps and the knobs are such that I can hold the knobs without stressing my hands.  I did a teardrop design that is nice and smooth because I didn't have to stop and start to reposition my hands.
     
    I haven't used the 8" yet but see it working well for finer work!
     
    The ring has a notched out area that goes under the foot.  I had to take the foot off to use the ring but that was easy!  It is nice that the notch is deep but doesn't separate the ring where the quilt could get caught.
     
    I highly recommend the rings - easier on your hands, shoulders - and increases larger quilting design opportunities.
     
    Here is a picture of the quilting - this is my 3rd quilt on George and the first quilt using the rings.
     
    Sue
    Panama City, FL

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    pcquilter1 got a reaction from SKQuilts in Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings   
    A few weeks ago I asked if anyone had tried the Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings on George.  A friend of mine who has a different brand sit-down loves hers.  I bought the set - 11" and 8".  So far I have used the 11" and it has increased the space I can quilt, keeps my quilt flat and is easier on my hands!  I've been having hand cramps and the knobs are such that I can hold the knobs without stressing my hands.  I did a teardrop design that is nice and smooth because I didn't have to stop and start to reposition my hands.
     
    I haven't used the 8" yet but see it working well for finer work!
     
    The ring has a notched out area that goes under the foot.  I had to take the foot off to use the ring but that was easy!  It is nice that the notch is deep but doesn't separate the ring where the quilt could get caught.
     
    I highly recommend the rings - easier on your hands, shoulders - and increases larger quilting design opportunities.
     
    Here is a picture of the quilting - this is my 3rd quilt on George and the first quilt using the rings.
     
    Sue
    Panama City, FL

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    pcquilter1 got a reaction from Primitive1 in Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings   
    A few weeks ago I asked if anyone had tried the Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings on George.  A friend of mine who has a different brand sit-down loves hers.  I bought the set - 11" and 8".  So far I have used the 11" and it has increased the space I can quilt, keeps my quilt flat and is easier on my hands!  I've been having hand cramps and the knobs are such that I can hold the knobs without stressing my hands.  I did a teardrop design that is nice and smooth because I didn't have to stop and start to reposition my hands.
     
    I haven't used the 8" yet but see it working well for finer work!
     
    The ring has a notched out area that goes under the foot.  I had to take the foot off to use the ring but that was easy!  It is nice that the notch is deep but doesn't separate the ring where the quilt could get caught.
     
    I highly recommend the rings - easier on your hands, shoulders - and increases larger quilting design opportunities.
     
    Here is a picture of the quilting - this is my 3rd quilt on George and the first quilt using the rings.
     
    Sue
    Panama City, FL

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    pcquilter1 got a reaction from chrisquilter in Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings   
    A few weeks ago I asked if anyone had tried the Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings on George.  A friend of mine who has a different brand sit-down loves hers.  I bought the set - 11" and 8".  So far I have used the 11" and it has increased the space I can quilt, keeps my quilt flat and is easier on my hands!  I've been having hand cramps and the knobs are such that I can hold the knobs without stressing my hands.  I did a teardrop design that is nice and smooth because I didn't have to stop and start to reposition my hands.
     
    I haven't used the 8" yet but see it working well for finer work!
     
    The ring has a notched out area that goes under the foot.  I had to take the foot off to use the ring but that was easy!  It is nice that the notch is deep but doesn't separate the ring where the quilt could get caught.
     
    I highly recommend the rings - easier on your hands, shoulders - and increases larger quilting design opportunities.
     
    Here is a picture of the quilting - this is my 3rd quilt on George and the first quilt using the rings.
     
    Sue
    Panama City, FL

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    pcquilter1 got a reaction from SueB2 in Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings   
    A few weeks ago I asked if anyone had tried the Martelli Free Motion Quilting Rings on George.  A friend of mine who has a different brand sit-down loves hers.  I bought the set - 11" and 8".  So far I have used the 11" and it has increased the space I can quilt, keeps my quilt flat and is easier on my hands!  I've been having hand cramps and the knobs are such that I can hold the knobs without stressing my hands.  I did a teardrop design that is nice and smooth because I didn't have to stop and start to reposition my hands.
     
    I haven't used the 8" yet but see it working well for finer work!
     
    The ring has a notched out area that goes under the foot.  I had to take the foot off to use the ring but that was easy!  It is nice that the notch is deep but doesn't separate the ring where the quilt could get caught.
     
    I highly recommend the rings - easier on your hands, shoulders - and increases larger quilting design opportunities.
     
    Here is a picture of the quilting - this is my 3rd quilt on George and the first quilt using the rings.
     
    Sue
    Panama City, FL

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