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  1. CraftyRainRain's Avatar
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    I use my embroidery machine all the time! Right now I am learning to machine quilt so I am making mug rugs and use my embroidery machine to put names on them and different designs, then machine quilt the rest.
  2. Preeti's Avatar
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    love the bright colors!!!
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    Craftsy and Moda are some of my favorites.
  4. Kara71129's Avatar
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    Beautiful!!!
  5. CathieB's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by pw6
    I just happen to have one, it is father and son on a blue background with trees and bushes, very pretty
    I think that is the same one I got off ebay. Now I need fabrics to go with it.
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    I made one and used 4 1/2" squares and gave them to the bride to be and she had people write on them with fabric pens and then I set it together and quilted it for her.. we used creams and white on white and mixed them well all over the quilt. . was about 12 to 15 different fabrics ..good luck
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    you can always buy online and have fabric shipped to you.
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    double thae pattern size, like a 12 1/2 " block cut them 24 1/2 " etc. I have to do that all the time as I hate tiny blocks. some patterns work great,some don't . there are books out there and one is "one block wonders" love it.. you can alos buy a wheel that shows you how to resize patterns. it is a circle in a circle and you dial the wheel to get the latger size from the size the patten is now.. have fun.
  9. pw6's Avatar
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    clear plastic tubs..
  10. pw6's Avatar
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    beautiful , just beautiful,, where did the fabric come from? I love large poppies..
  11. pw6's Avatar
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    I have some black and white dominos fabric , no biege in it, nice if interested
  12. pw6's Avatar
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    spend the extra money you will not regret it, I have a shorter throat and wish I had not bought the first machine setup I saw locally.
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    I love their thread
  14. pw6's Avatar
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    I just happen to have one, it is father and son on a blue background with trees and bushes, very pretty
  15. pw6's Avatar
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    Jenny beyer has great patterns and a lot are FREE.. good ideas with a new twist..
  16. doodle07quilts's Avatar
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    I embroider on baby onesies. Am going to try a quilt soon.
  17. Lizquiltz's Avatar
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    Bonnie Hunter of Quiltville has this info on her website here:
    http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2005/...nt-quilts.html

    Liz A.
  18. Irishrn's Avatar
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    I'd be happy to make some for the local rescue. Do you have a pattern?
  19. Irishrn's Avatar
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    I have used their thread for all of my quilting and stock up when they have a sale. I like it. Sews very well. No trouble with breaking. I plan to try it soon in my embroidery machine too!,
  20. #CSQ4all's Avatar
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    OK, I just joined last night. I don't know how all this works and am hunting and pecking my way thru and am thinking I am blindly stumbling. I joined to find a piece of fabric I need. AND, was fortunate enough to come across your request. I have 2 different pieces. One is lighter than the other. Your sample appears more like the darker gray I have. How much do you need? I can't part with all of it because I am going to make my granddaughter a quilt using some of this also. I can't believe I went to my stash and found it immediately. I don't understand what to do next to get in touch with you.
    I must also forewarn you I am working in a tax office and will be very busy yet the next several weeks.
    Waiting to hear from you to know what to do next.
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