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Thread: finished by bags...quilted on the longarm

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    Super Member hperttula123's Avatar
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    finished by bags...quilted on the longarm

    I did make alot more of these, but I didn't want to drown you in pictures...so I will only post a few. I quilted them on the longarm...that was much easier than using a domestic machine.
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    They are so cute!
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    They are adorable - and you could drown me

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    Oh these are adorable! I want the kitty one.

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    clever to do them on the longarm. I've been thinking about doing my shopping totes that way.
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    Such pretty projects!


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    They make great gifts! Nice job!!

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    Nice, so original and cute.

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    Okay, maybe I am dense. Did you just quilt a big sheet of white, cut it up and then add the applique? That is the only way I can think of to do this on the longarm.
    Just my 2 cents and probably not worth that much but I ALWAYS have an opinion!

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    those are so cute! great idea.

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