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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
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 Hermione Agee Seaside Kathie James Christmas Holly Urban Elementz Patricia Ritter Festive Holly Willow Leaf Designs Jodi Beamish Snowflake Meander Debra Geissler Mozart Willow Leaf Jodi Beamish Country Road Route 3 Timeless Quilting Designs Irene Steele Tumblin’ Teddy Bears Urban Elements Patricia Ritter Pumpkin Patch Beany Girl Quilts Benay Derr Seascape Debra Geissler Elephant Parade Willow Leaf Studio Liz Civetti Dinosaurs Diff’rent Strokes www.patternman.com Turtle Tales Urban Elements Patricia Ritter Sea Shells Debra Geissler Puzzle Pieces Pantograph Kathie James Feathers: Quirky Clothwerx Jodi Beamish Swirl and Twirl Lorien Quilting Hermione Agee Chocolate Swirl Feather Pantograph Kathie James Double Plume Keryn Emmerson Here and There Keryn Emmerson Rainbow Flight Miki and Diane Designs Windy Meandering Sew-Phie Quilts Sophie Collier Deb’s Feathers Debra Geissler Whimsey N. Sharp Feather Meandering and Linda’ Curly Feather Linda V. Taylor Feathered Flower Overall and Border Electric Quilters Linda V. Taylor Leaves: Jungle Time Karen Thompson Jacobean Willow Leaf Studio Jodi Beamish 2 Gingko Leaves Debra Geissler, 11.5” 2 Sunny Leaves Debra Geissler, 9” and 14” sizes Maple Syrup Willow Leaf Studio Jodi Beamish Freehand Flouish Kathie James Seaweed Lorien Quilting Hermione Agee Becker’s Ferns Urban Elementz Patricia Ritter Fern Gully Lorien Quilting Hermione Agee Butterflies/Drangonflies/Hearts: Angel Wings Willow Leaf Studio Dragonflies Debra Geissler Butterfly Charm Lorien Quilting Hermione Agee Timeless Hearts Timeless Quilting Irene Steele Double Hearts and Loops Debra Geissler Flowers: Camellias Large Timeless Quilting Irene Steele Floriana Lorien Quilting Hermione Agee Echo Blossoms Beany Girl Quilts Benay Derr Whoopsy Daisy Intelligentquilting.com Karen Thompson Tea Rose Urban Elementz Patricia Ritter Meandering Daisy Urban Elementz Patricia Ritter Touch of Sprin Quilted Heart Designs Tom and Dana Van Wie Stars/Paisley: Paisley Max – Lg Willow Leaf Designs Jodi Beamish 13” Bottoms Up Whitehorse Quilting Co. Nichole Webb Paisley Swirls 11”, Debra Geissler Paisley Plus 12” Debra Geissler Paisley Playtime Sm Lorien Quilting Hermione Agee Stars and Loops, Electric Quilters Linda V. Taylor Starz Urban Elementz Patricia Ritter Swirly: Dotti Dot Lg Willow Leaf Studio Irene Steele Denise’s Spirals Urban Elementz Patricia Ritter 2 Chestnut Swirls Debra Geissler 8.5” and 11.5” Different Strokes Dave Hudson Double Bubble #1 Urban Elementz Patricia Ritter Flirtatious Timeless Quilting Designs Irene Steele Popcorn Willow Leaf Studio Jodi Beamish Ribbon Dance Willow Leaf Studio Jodi Beamish Spirals Galore Debra Geissler Spin Lg Willow Leaf Studio Jodi Beamish Waterworld Willow Leaf Studio Jodi Beamish Paper Chase Willow Leaf Studio Jodi Beamish Misc.: Iron Gate Pantograph The Quilt Rack Donna Reinarts Amore Willow Leaf Studio Jodi Beamish Basket Case Miki and Diane Designs Wrought Iron willow Leaf Studio Jodi Beamish
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.
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.