Pantograph Tutorials For Your Long Arm Quilting Machine.
Video Tutorial: How to Choose the Perfect Pantograph for Your Quilt
One of the most common questions we get at Quilted Joy is, how should I quilt my quilt? It’s so common we’ve dedicated a whole section of our Quilted Joy Clubhouse to the topic! We have a brand new video for you where Angela shares her tips and tricks for
Video Tutorial – 5 Tips for Choosing a Paper Pantograph
There are several different ways you can quilt a quilt with a longarm machine. A popular method for many quilters is to use paper pantographs. These 12 foot to 14 foot long papers have a continuous line design printed on them. The pantographs sits behind and below your longarm machine
Video Tutorial: How to Audition Paper Pantographs on Your Quilt
There are tons of ideas for how to audition quilting motifs on your quilt top, but what about auditioning paper pantographs on your quilt tops? There’s so much information included on a paper pantograph, it can be a little hard to picture what it will look like stitched out. In my
Selecting Edge-to-Edge Designs
Do you have a difficult time selecting the best paper pantograph pattern for your quilts? Trying to decide which pattern will look best can be so challenging! Back in late 2013 I wrote a two part article for Machine Quilting Unlimited outlining how to pick the best possible patterns for your
Using Pantographs on an APQS machine
Dawn Cavanaugh recently did a video on how to set up a pantograph with an APQS longarm quilting machine. Take a look!
Recommended Beginning Longarm Pantographs
Join the Club for More Tips, Tricks, & Quilty Fun! Great Paper Pantographs for Beginners With Machines 24″ Throat or Bigger I like these larger pantos for our big APQS Mille, APQS Freddie or APQS Lucey longarm quilting machines. Great Paper Pantographs for Beginners With Machines 24″ Throat or Smaller I like these