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Thread: What to name this thread??? Disaster or Fail at free motion....

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    Power Poster alikat110's Avatar
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    Interesting that you broke so many needles....
    the quilt looks fantastic!!!!

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    Havent tried fmq I'd better stock up on needles!!

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    it's just fine, not horrid.

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    You did a good job. Listen to your DH. It's a labor of love and your niece will love it and the baby will treasure it.

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    I think it looks terrific ! FMQ is all about practice, yell, practice, cry, practice, grit teeth, practice, finally smile a bit. And remember that with 6 kids your niece probably can't even see straight right now! She will love it because you made it with love.

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    Do a search on FMQ on this site. Lots of info. One of the thiings you will see is that although there are some naturals out there it take most people MONTHS of practice to get everything going along smoothly. Make sandwiches to practice on.
    The quilt came out really cute, by the way.

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    Washing makes the "mistakes" disappear...
    Looks good...
    Here is my first attempt at FMQ
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-98180-1.htm
    as you can see not all the bones were perfect...

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    I think it looks just fine. Seriously, wish I could do that well.

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    I don't see nothing wrong with it.If you don't like it Tie it before you do anything.Connie in CO

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    I just love Twin River Farms' reply. Made me laugh this morning.

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