Lots of people were doing utility quilting with their machines, but it was difficult. And long arm quilting like we have today was virtually unknown. Harriet showed us how to manage a large quilt for either quilting with a walking foot or free motion quilting.
I went back to this book when I got ready to quilt my Reproduction Chain quilt.
It took the better part of an afternoon, but I got the pin basting done.
My biggest problem is wanting to go too fast. Remember the commercial with the old ladies in the car, and one says to the driver, "Punch it, Martha!"? I want to punch it. Not the best way for staying on the lines.
J. J. Stitches Quilt Shop
I didn't see this pattern offered on their site. I don't need the one I have anymore, so I'd be happy to pass it on to the first person who asks. Comment below, and we'll exchange emails so I can get your address to send it.
Here's what it looked like from my sewing room window yesterday afternoon:
Stay warm this week! Keep calm, and keep quilting.