Steam Punk Gears

Digital Quilting Design Steam Punk Gears by Mike Fountain


 
Price: $15.00
Stitch Height: 12"+
Designer: Mike Fountain
GPF added? Yes
BQM added?: Yes
QCC added? Yes

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  • The suggested stitch height for Steam Punk Gears is 12"+.
  • Steam Punk Gears  was designed by Mike Fountain.
  • Flip every other row vertically and offset.
  • This product is a digital download and includes all stitch formats needed for computerized longarm quilting.

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review »

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4 of 5 Difficult to Execute but Turns Out Amazing! December 9, 2020
Reviewer: Lauren S. from Paoli, PA United States  
I purchased this, got it pulled up and was prepared to write a negative review. This design is extremely difficult to piece together in a way that fills all the gaps. I had to bring my design over, duplicate it and flip it on the y axis, bring them to touching. I had to then duplicate that and bring to touching so that there were 4 in the first row to ensure enough for my second row. For the next row, you need to duplicate the entire first row and flip on the y and x axes. Shift until nearly the end of the first design in row 1. Bring to touching with the first row. From here, you can repeat the design per usual. I do think this design and most likely others from this designer require written instructions with purchase. That's why this only received 4 stars.

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5 of 5 May 21, 2020
Reviewer: Heidi Oliver from Oregon City, OR United States  
Pattern quilted out wonderful, love that your site is easy to find patterns that I'm looking for.  Ease of use is seriously great. I dont have time to flip through hundreds of patterns. So the search engine worked great.
Thanks.

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1 of 5 Steam Punk Gears is difficult to execute March 21, 2020
Reviewer: Sandie Cochran from Yorba Linda, CA United States  
It is one large block you must vertically flip for even rows and then stagger.  This means, there is no way for it to cover the quilt top without extremely large gaps or trying to determine where another block will fit and then deleting the excess.  If you don't delete the excess you will need an extra 15+ inches in backing sides to actually quilt the entire top.  Very frustrating!!!  Will not use again.

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5 of 5 March 15, 2020
Reviewer: Susan Hoffman from Oakland, MI United States  


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