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Thread: DWR all quilted

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    Senior Member pstoner's Avatar
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    Ok, to give you some background I wanted to practice using my HQ16 and practice making feathers. I purchased a whole cloth DWR pattern, because I was excited to get started and didn't have anything already pieced together. I know that my feathers got better by the end o fthe quilt, and it's just for my own use (unless DD comes to claim it as she threatens to).

    back of quilt (man side-notice the footballs)
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    front side (woman's side-DWR)
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    Super Member redquilter's Avatar
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    That is beautiful. You did a great job.

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    it looks great. this is probably the only way i would get a double wedding ring. Your feathers are looking good too from what i can tell. Feathers are my fav's.

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    great way to practice

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    Senior Member pstoner's Avatar
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    Yes, just learning feathers, so I am sure if I practice more and more, then they will improve. Thanks for the compliments, if I weren't so impatient to get back to using the HQ I would have taken the time to piece the top, but I just got the machine in Nov. and can't wait to get home every night and play on her. Its so hard to get any piecing done when I want to do nothing but quilt. I am sure it will all settle down and even out after a while.

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    great job

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    Good Job :D:D:D

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    Beautiful--great job on the quilting.

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    It's a beauty.... love the colors.

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    nice job, very pretty

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