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Here is a quilt one of our daughters wanted in a larger, simple log cabin. She picked Oma's Garden panto 13". The one thing I noticed with this panto is that by using their line up marks there was a 2" gap between the rows, which I should have adjusted closer (for personal preference). The quilt measures 84" square. I did attach the binding on the frame, and I will say I loved doing it that way - so much easier than juggling a quilt at the DM.


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2009 Freedom, and a 1989 Ulti I w/Intellistitch

 

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Charlotte, you know, I had done my practice sandwich for tension, but I just didn't think about testing the line up points as I hadn't had that issue, or I've been lucky before. Another good point for us newer longarmers - sample out the panto row layout!


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2009 Freedom, and a 1989 Ulti I w/Intellistitch

 

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Charlotte, you know, I had done my practice sandwich for tension, but I just didn't think about testing the line up points as I hadn't had that issue, or I've been lucky before. Another good point for us newer longarmers - sample out the panto row layout!

My 1st panto was a loopy star panto on a Halloween table topper...yup...my spacing didn't nest like it could have. PPP and then some more!!


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