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Thread: Wish me luck this weekend . .

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    Senior Member cminor's Avatar
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    Here it is! My first attempt at Applacy (again - I can not spell it!) and my first binding. My corners were easier than I thought - but my white thread shows where I went a bit crooked. All in all - I am pretty happy with it. Now I want to get the other months!

    Tomorrow is my bedroom quilt top . .
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    Congratulations on your quilting day!!! Mine are few and far between, so I know they are coveted and worth gold!!!

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    You did a great job cminor!

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    Adorable. And just in time for Valentine's Day.

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    I admire your determination to set aside a whole day for learning. Which, by your picture, you did :-D

    A mystery quilt project is another way of getting through a daily challenge, except there are others on the journey with you. I have yet to keep up, but the goal still remains.

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    Lovely hearts...and good for you, setting aside time for quilting. Now if I could just get my behind off this computer chair and do a bit of ironing I will have at least 2 hours with my sewing machine!

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