I was listening to a program recently that brought to mind my own previous misconceptions about computerized quilting and prompted me to put together a video to show a few aspects that might also help dispel any ideas others have about how it works. The software that runs on my Gammill Statler Stitcher allows me… Continue reading Longarm Quilting – Computerized and still Creative!
I attended a Gammill Education conference recently to get more savvy with my Statler and when I got home I was anxious to start trying some of the exercises we learned, so I got right to work on a quilt that was already on my frame. I had begun by fitting an edge to edge… Continue reading Customized Digital Quilting
I am soooo far behind in posting here; I just checked and it's been a month! I knew I had a lot to catch up on but a whole month? Things have been buzzing along in my studio this past while, including my first bee of the season which, as anyone who knows me well… Continue reading Time Flies – and so do flies and bees and ants and other such outdoor summer kinds of things…
Burnt orange is supposedly a trending color for 2019. I say "supposedly" because I find it difficult to keep track and often find myself at the mercy of outside sources when it comes to staying on top of these things! So I thought I'd go with it, dive in, and make a quilt in this… Continue reading A Happy Accident
While I was working on a client quilt this week, I recorded a short video showing how I used my hands while my Gammill Statler was stitching out a digital design, to manipulate the quilt top and ease in any bits of fullness to avoid getting unwanted pleats and tucks. I got the idea from… Continue reading Longarm Quilting: easing in fullness