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Thread: Couldn't have made this without "jljack's" help

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkabasketlady
    Very nice quilt & I liked how you did the backing!
    It took me longer to do the back than the front. Trying to work all the different pieces together. Dh would come home from work and laugh at me trying to figure out how to make it work. I hope NEVER to do that again. lol lol lol.

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    When I first saw your quilt, I thought the back was the front so all of your effort paid off. Your quilt looks great! Why don't you try quilting it on your DM? You could just outline your squares using your walking foot. I find it just as fast to quilt it on my machine than tie it and I always worry about the ties eventually tearing out as they seem to move a little when it's washed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shelbie
    When I first saw your quilt, I thought the back was the front so all of your effort paid off. Your quilt looks great! Why don't you try quilting it on your DM? You could just outline your squares using your walking foot. I find it just as fast to quilt it on my machine than tie it and I always worry about the ties eventually tearing out as they seem to move a little when it's washed.
    I thought it would look funny on the back???? It might stop in the middle of a square. Thats why I didn't do that, believe me , i wanted to to that. That is why NO MORE backs like that again lol lol. Do you think it would have looked OK????

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    Nice quilt for a lucky friend.

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    I love the front AND the back!! Great job!!!!!!!! :D:D:D

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    That is just beautiful. You do great work. So pretty. Thanks for sharing.

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    Really like the choice of colours here, nice quilt, well done!

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    You did a fantastic job & the colors go so well together. jlkack's really did a great favor, didn't she?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheila Elaine
    You did a fantastic job & the colors go so well together. jlkack's really did a great favor, didn't she?
    Yes she did, I'm soo happy she was there at the time for me. These are BFF's colors. That is what is great about this board. We are willing to help and swap material or what ever and everyone comes out HAPPY. How great is That!! I just sent out recipes that someone ask for and I love sharing those too.
    Thanks Again, everyone.

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    Very pretty! I love the colors.

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