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This may seem like a completely dumb question, but can someone send me a sketch of how you would quilt c's and e's. I had a customer request this and I have never done them and can't find a picture I can use as an example.

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Leah Day has a blog where she is trying to create 365 filler patterns and Cs and Es are one of her more recent ones. I don't know how you would use this all over a quilt, unless you enlarged it quite a bit, more like a pantograph? Here is the web address: http://www.freemotionquilting.blogspot.com/ Scroll down the page about 1/2 way or so and you will come to that pattern.


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Ricky Tims does C's and E's on the APQS CD using the George machine...I think it's also on the video on the APQS homepage on the right, click in the Fons and Porter video link and then the Ricky Tims with the George...it's more a beginners practice method though.....HTH

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I am so glad you posted that picture!!!! After I read about 3's and e's I started trying to practice them on my dry erase board but they looked AWFUL. Now that I have seen your picture I realize I should be making capital e's not little e's. It looks so much better now :D


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Thank you everyone for your suggestions I knew that someone on this board would know where to find this. Kathy thanks for you not giving up on posting the picture! This is what I needed. Thanks Everyone and have a great day!

Carrie

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Love it as a fill.. the quilting is equally gorgeous.. I just used a panto to fill a bordfer, and it's like the tops of a heart on the top and flipped over for the bottom.. came out pretty nice.

Good luck, and thanks for the pict, too.

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