Well - I hope this doesn't sound dumb but I've got a question. All instructions on batting indicate how far apart you can quilt, usually 4-6 inches. Let me see if I can explain myself -
Say you're machine quilting on a simple diagonal quilting pattern. Corner to corner, the rows are say 4" apart according to instructions. My question arises when I don't know if this is enough. In other words, it is enough to quilt every 4 inches in width and not in length. If I am quilting from corner to corner, I need to put the rows 4" apart but how about the length of the row - do I need to seperate that into 4 inch sections or is it just enough that I have done it width wise --
Oh I hope you can understand what I'm trying to say -
Thanks for your help -
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12/29/2009 2:08:56 PM