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When you lay down a 10" pantograph on your table, which way do you face the label?  For instance, if you are standing at the back of your machine and table do you put the panto label on the right or left side?  I am sure if the panto has a definite directional design and that affects the quilt design then that would tell you what to do.  But, on the non-directional panto that I am currently quilting with, my label is on the right, which means that I have a few inches of blank paper against the back of my table.  So, I was wondering is there a purpose for the blank part of the panto?   I am so concerned about using a pantograph correctly that I would appreciate the names of resources of where I can find any pantograph tips or techniques?.  Thanks

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I have never done one since I have a George, but Dawn should be able to get your started in the right direction.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0jNFen--eo

All of the APQS YouTube videos; https://www.youtube.com/user/APQSQuilting/videos

If you ever have a question, there is probably a YouTube video or two that will address the subject in question.  

I wish you the best of luck.

Cagey

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