MarthaProvencher Posted April 3, 2007 Report Share Posted April 3, 2007 I have a potential customer with a quilt that's larger than my 10' table (112" x 112"). I've told her about the situation, and suggested that maybe, with thin batting, I could fold half the quilt in, quilt it, then fold that quilted half in and quilt the other half in a second pass. Does this sound do-able to those of you with more experience, and has anybody tried this before? I offered to recommend her to someone else, but she's heard from a mutual friend that I do the kind of quilting she likes (free motion, feathers, you know the stuff APQS machines excel at), and I don't want to discourage that. I know, a larger table makes more sense, but this table already fills the room, and out here we don't have basements and you don't want to even see my garage.... Marty Provencher www.heartsdelightquiltingcompany.com Santa Clara, California Millenium Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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