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Thread: First Quilt Done!

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    Super Member SueSew's Avatar
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    Hi All, Glad to finally have something to post! Been reading with enjoyment and learning a lot, and finally have something to show.

    Satin-fuzzy-soft-furry Baby Quilt
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    A peek up close (don't look too close tho')
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    That is beautiful!! You should be very proud of it!!
    WELCOME!!

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    Welcome from Louisiana! Such a cuddly quilt:) Love the colors.

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    beautiful quilt; love your mixture of colors and materials!

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    Hello and welcome from Fort Worth, Texas. Love your quilt. Great colors.

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    Welcome from Idaho!

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    Hello from Western Maryland !!
    Beautiful quilt, love the colors too !! Any baby would just love to be cuddled in your quilt !

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    Wow, thanks for sharing

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    Super Member SueSew's Avatar
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    Thanks for the encouragement... But I will never ever try quilting with stretchy furry knits or even flannel-backed satin ever again! The satin slips around and gets 'runs' in it and ravels every time you touch it, and the furry knits stretch out, but you can't stay-stitch them because of the teeny seam allowance. Even the flannel border and backing material were flexible.
    My next project is going to be a nice traditional cotton and I will quilt it instead of tying.

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    Hi and welcome from Southern California. I love your fabrics. You made some beautiful quilts.

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