We are designing a pantograph ready to stitch and some simple ways to 'get back on track' after you have a brain freeze and lose your way
We are going 'Back to the Basics' with designing a pantograph ready to stitch and some simple ways to 'get back on track' after you have a brain freeze and lose your way.
1. Design your pantograph -discussion on the editing tools available 2. Discussing the different methods of planning your stitching. 3. OOPS!! I didn't design my quilt wide enough and it stopped stitching before it got to the side of the quilt ughhh 4. How to finish your unfinished row 5. How to edit your pattern on the IQ screen so you can continue to stitch the rest of the quilt. 6. Realigning and starting fresh after taking a break to calm down. 7. How to adjust each side as you stitch down the quilt. 8. How to create a clipping block for the final partial row. 9. Using tweak to perform miracles when it suits!
Back to basics! Panto troubleshooting and editing
Back to basics! Panto troubleshooting and editing webinar replay
Over 30 years being in the quilting business, Tracey has experience in so many areas that she is keen to share with you. From her early years as a quilt teacher, quilt designer, pattern designer, magazine and quilting books contributor to then moving into longarm machine quilting for customers, becoming the Australian Dealer for A1 Quilting machines and Intelliquilter computer systems. Her own customers have long applauded her dedication to mentoring and supporting them as they learn and grow.
The Intelliquilter (IQ) support and knowledge provided by Tracey Browning is first rate! Her experience as both an A1 Quilting machine & IQ dealer and award-winning machine quilter are invaluable in assisting me with any technical issues I have had over the years. I am so impressed by her knowledge that I purchased a membership to IQ Machine Quilting Academy as soon as I heard about it. Highly recommend Tracey’s skill and know how!
Carla Barrett Longarm quilter and International quilting teacher