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Thread: Are you working outside your comfort zone...I am...

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    Senior Member stillclock's Avatar
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    welp...mine is posted in the picture forum.

    courage my love!

    aileen

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    Seriously lovely block with great piecing. Sometimes a 1/4" seam is outside my cz!
    Annie

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    Love the patterns / colors you have chosen for your quilt. And YES, I will be working on somehting out of my comfort level, I am taking a FMQ class next week. Excited to learn this new(to me) technique.
    LaQuita (aka) - Yai-Yai to the most precious grandbaby around of course I'm partial! LOL

    HAPPY QUILTING!
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    I've tried taxidermy, belly dance costumes, hand sewing, drawing, computer graphics, you name it! Quilting is a new one for me, time to bust the comfort zone again!
    ~Meganhttp://www.etsy.com/shop/K9CreativeHappiness is a new quilt and an old dog.

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    Love the beautiful fabrics you have chosen. Yes, I like to challenge myself. I am currently collecting fabrics to do a double wedding ring quilt which I admire but have never tried.

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    To answer one of the questions..nope I did not use a curve foot but I did use my glue stick, pins and iron. It took abit longer but it was a lot easier and lined up pretty well. I have all the curves done and just need to start putting them all together. My daughter inlaw was bought to the hospital the other night and than transfered to Boston. She is fine but will be there for a week she is due in Jan with my first grandchild. They are just trying to prevent her from having the baby early...oh so anyways...we are dog sitting. It hard to lay out my blocks on the floor and not having the dog walk on them. So debating on if I will sew today. I would love to get the top done this weekend.

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