I was with my mom when she was looking for a new sewing machine a few days ago. As she was talking to the lady I wandered around the store and was looking at the embroidery software since my mom might get a machine, I was seeing if there was anything I was interested in (since I actually prefer embroidering by hand).
Then I saw a CD that does quilting squares. Just wondering if this could be a solution to having my quilt (that I haven't even started yet) quilted. Instead of sending it off, or using a shop's longarm machine.
I don't know ANYthing about machine embroidery or quilting...but my assumption on seeing this CD...will it quilt small blocks of my project? I'm guessing, you put your quilt w/ batting and backing into the hoop and let the machine embroider these designs onto it...which would "quilt" it?
Here's an example of one I could find online. http://www.embroideryonline.com/products/ItemDetail.aspx?ItemCodeID=1597785785