9 Tips for Quilting a Large Quilt on a Home Machine

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Creative Ideas for Use with Any Domestic Machine!

Have you ever completed a large quilt top and then struggled to quilt it on your home machine? Many quilters are successful at it, but there are techniques that can make the job easier.

Whether you’re free motion quilting or quilting with your walking foot, we’ve found some good tips for you. Lindsay Conner has put together a very helpful article full of great ideas.

9 Tips for Quilting a Large Quilt on a Home Machine

Some you may already know about and have put to good use. However, read through the article to see what other ideas might ease the process for you.

Click here for the “9 Tips for Quilting a Huge Quilt on a Small Machine” article.

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