sciquilter Posted April 16, 2007 Report Share Posted April 16, 2007 I am relatively new to longarm quilting. I have a APQS Millennium with stitch regulator and I just finished a quilt top - a square in a square foundation pieced "I Spy" child's quilt. When I finished it, my points all matched perfectly and the quilt could not have laid flatter - not a single bump or "blousy" block. I put it on the machine - pinned it and it really looked good. However, as I was quilting, I found that it just didn't lay flat in all places as I worked my way across the quilt. Some blocks appeared to be blousy than others and with an overall meandering stitch, some of the blocks just seemed to have excess fabric... I'm so disappointed. What am I doing wrong? I have done other quilts (a drunkard's path) with a overall meandering and it came out great. Any tips would be most helpful. I'm preparing to put a log cabin on the machine and I'm a little nervous. Thanks in advance! Mary Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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