Friday, October 4, 2019

Moving right along -


On the "walking foot" quilting - ;))



My Walking Foot has a notch in the back to hold a quilt "guide" -

It came with two -

One to follow the quilting line on the left -

And one to follow the quilting line on the right -

I prefer to use the one on the left -

So the bulk of the quilt keeps shifting to the left -


And not to the right -

If it shifts to the right -

It will all wind up scrunched under the throat of my sewing machine -

Which doesn't sound like a good idea to me -

But then again -

It's probably just me -

Because -

The Ultimate Quilt 'n Stitch Presser Foot - by Clover -
Available at Nancy's Notions - HERE -

Is designed that way - LOL - ;))

Anyway - it's looking good -



Even if it does seem to be stitching up -

Slower than molasses - LOL - ;))



Talk to you later - gotta go - gotta sew -



3 comments:

Gene Black said...

I tried to do one quilt with walking foot quilting. It just seemed to take FOREVER. So now, I use it sparingly because I am impatient. LOL.

Jennifer Gail said...

I love squares and as you know green:)

Katie said...

My machine only came with one doohickey, but I've found I can insert it on either side, just depends on what up you call "right side up"! But you do have a good point which side makes sense. I've used it on both sides, but never for anything large (perks of owning a longarm!), so never considered the bunching factor. Probably one of my flaws in being right-handed! But the quilting is looking great!

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