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    Super Member IBQUILTIN's Avatar
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    Just follow the 5 ft rule. If you can't see it at 5 ft away on a galloping horse, it doesn't exist. Don't put the pressure of perfection on yourself with your first attempt. You will do just fine

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    I have "unquilted" an entire queen sized quilt made for my then 4 yr old son who could have cared less....I might add he is now 8 and 3/4 and the darned thing is still sandwiched sitting next to one of my machines just begging to be requilted...............someday...after I get over it! LOL

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    Senior Member Jo Mama's Avatar
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    Don't worry - it will come in time. I got a quilt frame for Christmas and just now have learned to use it!!

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    I did my first SID and it turned out halfway decent so I went on to do more. What a mistake, the more I did the worse it was. Next time one SID then do a plain diamond quilt.But if you don't get too close they look good. Keep trying jus not one after the other.

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