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Thread: Problem with quilting density

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    Super Member CorgiNole's Avatar
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    It is a lovely quilt, and I know it will be treasured.

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    Beautiful! You Mother does a wonderful job with the pencils.

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    turned out beautiful in spite of the issues
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    It's gorgeous now! Sorry it gave you such a hard time. I love to do pebbling but that can cause problems in a quilt too. I try to restrict it to small pieces where I do the whole background in it and then re-square. Someone needs to invent "Border Ease"! It's just a thought BUT I wonder if you put little squares of the shrink bubble stuff (can't remember the name) and made it a design element if you could shrink a wavy border. HMMMM, I may have to try it.

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    That is a very beautiful quilt. If you hadn't told us about the problems with it we would never have known. It's wonderful that you and your sister are making your mother's life more enjoyable.

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    What a gorgeous quilt! I'm glad you worked out the problems - it sure was worth it
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    What a precious reminder she'll have, the quilt is beautiful

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    It is a beautiful quilt.

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    beautiful
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    It's beautiful. Ripples give it character, just like the wrinkles on our faces.

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