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Sheila S.


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your quilting space is the throat space, less the take up roller plus the thickness of the quilt as it rolls up on the take up roller.

The larger/longer your quilt is, the more space it takes up in the throat of the machine, so the narrower each quilting pass gets. You can use a pantograph that fits the width of the last pass you can do on a quilt.

I hope that makes sense to you.

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Thank you ladies. Now off to spend some money for pantos. I am new to long arm quilting and need the practice so am hoping this will get the movements in my head. I love my Lenni. Also have been practicing doing some ruler work. I am in Florida on vacation now but as soon as I get home I am going to get back to quilting.

Thank you again for your help.


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