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Re: quilting designs?

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I was asking my dealer how i go from just straight line and meandering type of quilting into more quilting sing designs with the Mille. She recommended the Hartley Fence as a design aid for quilting. I was reading in Quilting Gadgets and Goodies that the HF was not as easy to use as the Circle Lord. What do people like please? Is it possible to learn the HF through a video?

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I have the Circle Lord. Love it. I only have the Hartley base expander and 2 rulers, but not the hartley Fence, so I can't compare the two products.


Sandra Darlington

Darlington Quilts

2005 APQS Liberty, Circle Lord Enhanced

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I love the CL and it's easy to use. Can be a little pricey but Michael will work with you and the customer service can't be matched. I also love my "topper" which I use from the front of "gator". Never used the HF. Recommend, asking if anyone on here has the systems near where you live. The majority of the quilters on here would be glad to show you their HF, CL, Topper. The other place to try them out is some quilt shows. Have fun!


Connie
Port Huron, MI   48060
APQS Sales Rep and Educator
Millennium with Intelliquilter (IQ)

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