Are those the same rulers that are used to cut the pieces and make the quilts? The ones in the video look thicker to me.
Thanks for posting the video! I really enjoyed seeing how the lovely quilting was achieved.
It is incredibly beautiful! ... I thought, that is impossible ... that it could not do ...
This was so helpful. Is there any chance I could do anything similar on a domestic??
Thanks so much for making this video. You are so blessed with talent!!!
I could have watched that all day! even my three year old enjoyed it. :)
Thank you! I am glad that you are willing to share your knowledge with us.
I cannot see the video - I have refreshed and tried many times but still no video - I just bought these rulers and would love to see this - I will try later.
Love the quilting! Beautiful as always. What arc ruler are you using? I think I might need that!
Fabulous video, Jenny....I think I need to get me some of those rulers!!
That was so helpful to watch your technique. Thanks so for taking the time to make that video
Thanks for a great video. Your ideas are inspiring. Time to put my rulers to good use!
You are just so talented. Thanks for the video. Hope you will start selling these rulers as well!
Thanks for making and sharing this with us. You are soooooo talented.
Thanks for the video! I love the fast-forward segments, btw.
Thank you, I enjoyed watching your video.
that was cool to watch and learn,,, I hope you share more with us in the future
I loved the video - I just purchased these arc rulers and I can't wait to try them. Thanks for the tutorial.
I think I heard one of your kids in the background say 'that's so cool'...I'll go with that!
Thank you so much!!
Jenny, do you stitch directly into the ditch or do you stitch to one side slightly? I always end up getting a stitch or two over the wrong side even when I use a ruler. Maybe it is a problem just with a sitdown or a domestic machine. Just wondering.
I am a new LA owner and you have inspired me to try quilting arcs. Thanks for posting the tutorial, you make it look amazingly easy. The finished quilt is stellar.
Thank you so much for sharing your quilting technique. The quilt is just gorgeous. Now I would like to do this quilt, too.
Wow! That video is fantastic to watch! Thank you for sharing. I am in awe of your talent.
:) Thanks Jenny...every time I see your quilting it makes me want to break out of my all-over quilting mode. I have the arcs and straight rulers, however I ended up purchasing the HQ half circles set because of price. I am getting ready to quilt my son's Christmas present (a black and white quilt) maybe I'll be brave and give it a whirl! Thanks again for all of your videos and tips...post more when you can.
Thanks, Jenny. Very helpful. Your talent amazes me all the time. Thanks so much for sharing it with all of us.
That is awesome!! Thank you!!!
Lovely! I thought the video was very professional looking. Shame it wasn't easier to use these rulers on you domestic machine, it sure would save some time & marking.
Awesome, Jenny! Thanks for doing that for us. :-)
Thank you for the video, it was good education! You are really talented and quick :)
Thank you for posting the video!
Thank you so much! I learned a lot-but mostly to be patient! Apparently, I go to fast and need to slow down. This video taught me a lot. I hope you post more! :)
Wonderful youtube of using arc rulers! So helpful to SEE your PROCESS.A question: RenaeQuilts.com has various sized sets of arcs. Do you know which sized set fits your QCR best?Love, love, love your talents! Thank you for sharing them with us.
Wow Jenny, thanks for recommending my rulers! I'm so glad they fit the shape just right. I love seeing all the projects that are being made. You have a great eye for color and design!Renae Haddadin
Sheesh, Woman! You were doing an arc when allofasudden the video sped up and sounded like a buzzsaw -- I cringed when I thought you were going to cut off your own arm, lol! Great job!
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