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Thread: 4 more charity baby quilts done!

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    Super Member ArtsyOne's Avatar
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    Love your quilts - and thanks for the tip about the thread!
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    Glad you found the perfect thread and was able to quilt these beautiful quilts!! Great Job!!
    Helen T.

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    Love your quilts, Terry!! Beautiful work as always!!! I'm so glad that the Sulky thread worked for you. I know how frustrating it can be when the quilting on the front looks great but HOWDY....don't look at the back!!!! Keep going, girl.
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    Thanks for the info. You are one very busy quilter. Your quilts are great.
    Sue
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    great job, great cause. I'm sure they will be treasured and loved to pieces. Thanks for thread tip, it's great to know.
    Cindy

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    I think your quilts are soooo cute. I am glad you found the thread that works for you, I have been having trouble with my thread bunching up on the backs of my quilting too. It is very frustrating. I make quilted tote bags, and I don't check the back after every row I sew, so when it happens, I have rows to take out. I quilt the fabric, and then I make the totes. It takes five hours to quilt it and five hours to make the totes, and that is when I don't have to take any rows out. Great job, and thank you for sharing.
    Pauline

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    Great job, love quilting desgns

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    very nicely done. glad you found a great thread
    Nancy in western NY

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    so glad you shared anyone would be so pleased to receive one of these beauties

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    Really fabulous work!

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