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Thread: 2nd. quilt for 2031---By ----Jingle

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    2nd. quilt for 2031---By ----Jingle

    This is the second quilt for this year. I have been too lazy to post the pics.
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    Another Phyllis
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    nicely done
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    Very nice!! Do you do the quilting on a longarm or a domestic sewing machine? It's lovely!!

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    Love this! It looks very pretty and cuddly. I like light yellow with red.
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    Just viewed all your quilts for the year. Very nice work.
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    Very pretty - the pattern is great and I really like the colors.

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    That's lovely - your fabric placement is really changes the pattern and I love the red sashing.
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    Thanks everyone. I quilt on a DSM about 93 so far. It is easy and I have a pretty good set up.
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    Very nice quilt.

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    Well, you can't sew and post at the same time and you have been busy. Thank you for sharing them.

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