I could officially cry at this point. I made a beautiful Amazon Star quilt and the first time I quilted it everything was great until I got to the last 10 inches and discovered I was going to have a huge pucker on the front. I took the quilt off the machine frogged every bit of thread out and started over. I might mention that I floated the top. I remeasured everything was square on the top but not the bottom, so I bought a 120" wide backing and squared it up. Great, everything was now square. Loaded the back with no problem , loaded the front (again floating the top). Just finished quilting the whole thing again and discovered that I have 2 areas in the back that have puckers Both are about 8" long and in the center area of the quilt the first is 14" from the top of the quilt and the last is about 20" from the bottom. Any idea why this would happen. Am I not tightening the side stabilizers tight enough? The other disgusting factor is at the bottom center of the top I still have an area that has puckered. So much for this years fair quilt. Any one that can shed light on my problem please speak up.