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  1. Hi APQS: When you stitch a quilt path pantograph as a pattern then finish stitching the pattern how do you find the "Move to Left" "Move to Center" "Move to Right" options for the next placement? I found the APQS video on how to do this when you quilt the pantograph as a row but not as a pattern. Thanks for your guidance. Jamie Bennett REPLY
  2. Many used paper pantos, many themes and sizes. Listed below are patterns/designers: Themes/Holidays: 2 Pumpkins and Loops Jelly Bean Quilter Mary Eddy, 10” and 8” sizes Cherry Meander Debra Geissler Tannenbaum Jodi Beamish Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbons Debra Geissler Hedwig the Owl Urban Elementz Patricia Ritter Tweet Tweet Urban Elementz Patricia Ritter Play Catch Quilted Heart Designs Tom and Dana Van Wie Animal Crackers Urban Elementz Patricia Ritter Nancy’s Flakes Diff’rent Strokes www.patternman.com Gossamer Lorien Quilting Hermi
  3. This is a 2002 Gammill Optimum Plus (30 inch throat) on a 12 foot steel table which is in excellent condition. This machine has a stitch length regulator which is awesome. I have loved this machine and feel like it is as good as the day I bought it. The machine is a workhorse. Still stitches wonderfully and will hold up to many more quilts. It has a laser for doing pantographs as well as other accessories. Asking $8,000. You can’t go wrong with this machine. If interested I will send photos. Purchaser is responsible for pick up, transportation, re-assembly and all associated costs.
  4. Hi all. I'm not sure I have ever shared my blog on the forum. So, I just wanted you to know that I have one. I try to post once or twice a month. Sometimes I include a tip or technique, a "wish I'd invented that", and a life learning. It's located at Quiltniques blog I hope you can see the picture I attached. No drooling please.
  5. SOLD - ALL SOLD I have the following pantographs and pantograph sets for sale. I purchased a bulk quantity from a friend getting out of the business and these are duplicates or very similar to ones I already had. They are used (except as indicated) and are in good shape. There may be some writing on the end where the rolls were labelled or numbered. Cost $6 Each (+ shipping) $18 Set (+ shipping) Let me know if you are interested and I will invoice through Paypal. Thanks for looking! Hermione Agee / Lorien Quilting ALFRESCO (11”) – Willow Leaf Studio ALLEGR
  6. 3 year old long arm quilting machine. Statler Stitcher with Gammill system in perfect condition. 12 foot machine 22" computer monitor with CPU holder Light bar with overhead lights Casters for easy moveablility 12 foot cutting mat Zippered Leaders with extra 6" set Drafting chair Extend-A-Drive handles Hundreds of machine quilting patterns Bobbin winder Asking $31,500. This exact machine retails for over $40,000. Unfortunately this machine just isn't used enough to justify keeping it as we are downsizing. Please email me with any questions or for pictures at chocolatedippedqui
  7. Anybody have any ideas where i might find something digital (not embroidery) of Charlie Brown, the Peanuts gang, Snoopy and Woodstock? Thanks for any ideas you might have! 8-)
  8. Digi-Tech Designs www.digitechpatterns.com Paper, Digital Quilting, Craft, & Embroidery Designs Annual Independence Day Sale!! 25% or more off all designs July 1st - July 4th. Click here for new digital,paper, embroidery items. July Featured Themes & Designers Featured Categories: Patriotic & Military, along with Stars will be 30% off all month long and we're doing a special on Christmas in July keeping Christmas themed patterns at 25% off all month long during July. Many New Items 25-50% off. Check our our Dollar Deals category where 400+ patterns are $5 or l
  9. Digi-Tech Designs www.digitechpatterns.com Paper, Digital Quilting, Craft, & Embroidery Designs Annual Independence Day Sale!! 25% or more off all designs July 1st - July 4th. Click here for new digital,paper, embroidery items. July Featured Themes & Designers Featured Categories: Patriotic & Military, along with Stars will be 30% off all month long and we're doing a special on Christmas in July keeping Christmas themed patterns at 25% off all month long during July. Many New Items 25-50% off. Check our our Dollar De
  10. A 17 year old granddaughter picked the purple batik fabric, the blue and green four patch blocks and the orange border for her grandmother to piece. This is the grandmothers second quilt. The only requirement is that i use peace signs on the quilt. I have a single peace sign block and i have a really cute peace sign-heart-star pantograph. And i have a perfectly matching rainbow thread. How would you quilt this? Any ideas will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  11. ive got a quilt that has blocks that are not square, mismatched sashing seams by over an inch, really wavy borders and the blocks have appliqued flowers. Sashing seam widths vary by an inch, too. Should i do an overall panto or go ahead and customize it with something really quick? My instructions are to do whatever it takes to make it look good. And i have a white backing! Any suggestions?
  12. I am getting ready to use this panto called Entangled ...it is a spider web design...it has numbers and arrows that should help with the path and I thought it was straightforward until I went to use it. I can't for the life of me figure out the continuous path...if anyone here has used it and can help me I would very much appreciate it... Here is a pic of it...along with a close up of the numbering and the arrows...
  13. What's your favorite basketball pantograph?
  14. I've googled cheer, cheerleading, pom pom and still can only find one digitized pantograph for a cheerleader t-shirt quilt. Anyone have any other ideas? Thanks! 8-)
  15. I am using a pantograph for the first time on my Millie. I see there is a place to attach it on top, and what looks like at the rear right side, horizontally. I suppose the pantograph can only be loaded in back, but when I try to load it on that horizontal rod, it won't grip tightly and swings all over. How do I do this correctly?
  16. I'm new to the APQS forum, but I've been reading as much as I can whenever I can find a minute. I'm so grateful to have found all of you quilters who are willing to share your wisdom. There is a particular subject, however, that I'm finding is leaving me more confused than I already was. I'm getting ready to order my brand new Freedom, and I'm trying to decide which bells and whistles I should get. Some (not many, to be honest) say get the Hartley Fence. Then there's the Quiltazoid, or Circle Lord. What about pantographs? Here's another big question: If I get the Quilt Path System, would
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