Monday, April 22, 2019

Quilting more then 1 quilt at a time

Many of you asked me how I quilted more than one quilt at a time for the Hands2Help....

I wish I took more photos - but basically I used a Wide Back  - Batting Scraps - and I floated the tops -


So here are the first two tops
I basted the heck out of them so nothing shifted


This is where all 4 meet



and


Here is what it looks like now 
I will trim them up
and ta-da
have 4 quilts!!

Hope that helps you all see what I did?





10 comments:

Yvonne @Quilting Jetgirl said...

Great visuals!

ginkgokid said...

I am greatly impressed! I don't have a longarm but I'll be sharing this with some in the guild who do. So efficient of you, Alicia!

Pat said...

Wow! Thanks for sharing!

Rose in IN said...

Wow, I am impressed with 4 at a time. You are amazing!!!

CPAQuilter said...

Wow! That's amazing, Alicia. I don't have the space to set my machine up with the full-length rails, but I can see how efficient it can be!

Nancy said...

Just to say, that dark green quilt is gorgeous! I know it's a simple pattern but your made great choices for the fabrics and colors. Someone will love it.

Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

How wide is your frame? What size quilt can you put on it?

The Joyful Quilter said...

What a time saver!!!

Jo said...

Great idea

tealeafquilts said...

WOW! Just took a class on the long arm at the LQS. Convinced me I didnt want to buy one. Maybe if I go in to use it, I will take some small quilts to try out.