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#110978 Nov 5, 2014

Hi ladies,I have scraps of batting some larger 14" and some smaller. Has anyone ever used the #10 foot to join two or more piece of batting for a small quilt project. If so how did your project turn out. Today I joined a couple together and the seam was practically seamless. no ridge. Were you happy with the finished project.Thanks.Gwen Z



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#110982 Nov 5, 2014

works great for me always, joann

Hi ladies,I have scraps of batting some larger 14" and some smaller. Has anyone ever used the #10 foot to join two or more piece of batting for a small quilt project. If so how did your project turn out. Today I joined a couple together and the seam was practically seamless. no ridge. Were you happy with the finished project.Thanks.Gwen Z



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#110983 Nov 5, 2014

I've successfully joined batting together - mostly small strips - and I've used foot #1 with a wide zigzag stitch (#2 on my 440QE).

The resulting bigger piece of batting is ridge-free.Jacquie



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#110989 Nov 5, 2014

I do it that way all the time and my projects turn out fine.

Marge in Fl



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#110991 Nov 5, 2014

Thank Ladies, I do not know why this light bulb did not turn on sooner :)

Gwen Z



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#110992 Nov 5, 2014

gee! being normal is a big asset..grin joann

Thank Ladies, I do not know why this light bulb did not turn on sooner :)

Gwen Z



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#111014 Nov 7, 2014

Ooh, I like that. Drool... wish I had an Ovation to practice it on. ;)

Lee B


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