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Thread: Camo Quilt - NOW FINISHED!

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    Here is a sneak peak of the camp quilt I am currently working on. The front side is Mossy Oak Break up and the back is a desert sand camo.

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    Ooh, cool! Is for yourself?

    Love your quilting set-up!

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    That is really nice!
    I want a long arm!!!

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    Ooooooo can't wait to see this finished! Neat fabric.

    Me too tlr!! Me too!!

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    Wow what a set up you have...........looking good :D

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    I LOOOOVE my Grace GMP Pro Frame. This is not for me, its another baby quilt. I will have it finished today. I put it together yesterday and got it on the frame. I am only going to stitch in the ditch on this one. I only used two fabrics and did a fence rail design. I have been wanting to do one but it was hard to find something to go with the Mossy Oak Breakup pattern of camo and I was limited to the tans and had no browns in my stash that would match up. The pice I found and used was right at a yard and it was one of those things that was hidden down deep in a bin here! Then I had a delema on the backing and my step son said to use the other cam I had and it could be reversable. Worked for me!

    I will post pictures of the finished quilt later today when I am finished with it. I also have some other things on the embroidery frame I will take pictures of and post.

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    Oh, wow that is awesome. My hubby would love this.

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    The boys have decided that they have to have one for themselves. Looks like I have to locate some more Mossy Oak Fabric. It was tough enough to get the 4 yars I got of it. I guess I can order online somewhere. The desert camo pattern fabric was on sale at Wally for $2 a yars and I have a huge bolt of it, but not enough to make the boys one and use it as backing. I will have to find some more of that too it looks like.

    Gosh I need to work on that thing but I got stuck on using my steamer again. I swear I must have adult ADHD or something. I get sided so easily, especially when it comes to cleaning. I get to cleaning something and I just cant stop. From the looks of these pics I can see that my room looks a mess too, looks like I need to clean up my sewing room as well.

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    I love the camo :D I can't wait to see it finished! :D I made my grandsons camo afghans, their dad did not want traditional blankets, said they were toooo girly, so I made them camo and he was thrilled :lol:

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    Oh my goodness! Am I happy to see someo one else with a GMP frame! I have no help here and at a lost as to what machine to place on the frame?? Is the frame easy to work with?? What about loading?? I don't mean to gush all at once but I have searching for someone who has one!

    HELP!!!

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    Renae =)

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