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Thread: Custom quilt for a customer

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    Senior Member fayza's Avatar
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    Custom quilt for a customer

    Here's a picture of my latest TATW. I can finish these so quickly I've been taking custom orders for them. This customer gave me a slight challenge. When she supplied the fabrics there was NO COTTON! It was alot harder to work with but the colors went well together and turned out nicely
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    Look great, great job you did
    Have a Blessed day
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    You did a great job! Thanks for showing it!
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    Wonderful quilt!
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    The quilt is beautiful. So, if I may ask, what was the type of fabric that you worked with? Whatever it was, you did a great job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spartan quilter View Post
    The quilt is beautiful. So, if I may ask, what was the type of fabric that you worked with? Whatever it was, you did a great job.
    Well.... some of it was polyester, and the green was like faux suede, and the white almost felt like nylon so I don't really know what it was. lol The long arm machine kind of pulled and swayed it but overall I think it turned out ok. My customer was thrilled, so at the end of this project I was just relieved that she was happy about it
    Angela

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    it looks really great!
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    Good job, love the colors.

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    Beautiful
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    very pretty can't tell you had any problems with the differnet fabrics!
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