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Thread: Finished one project.

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    It's a start. I turned it inside out and sewed around--I like a binding better. I tried to do circles around the darker part--didn't like it--tore it out and just stippled. I just can't seem to get the hang of this quilting thing, unless I use my walking foot. Wow--it took a LONG time. :shock: It also took a LOT of thread. I soooo admire quilters. I just like making tops.

    It's very tricky to stipple and keep track of where've I've been and to not cross lines... I touched, but didn't cross. :wink: And I just ended it with small stitches...there was no where to go!

    I think I may keep this one to toss on the coffee table (that looks like a small picnic table).... feels like it was a practice job.

    Onward to the next project.

    The back--in case I get sick of the front.
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    I think your stippling looks great. I'm still kind of new at it myself & yours looks better than mine. It takes LOTS of practice. Nice quilt too, love the back fabric :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I love it Karla. I dont see anything wrong with your quilting at all. From the pictures it looks like it just has same color binding. You are just being self-critical. So let up on the ole gal already!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    I think it looks great! and the material is soo nice :) You did a awesome job on it.

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    I forgot to mention I do NOT like that first scrap border. Yuck! It doesn't blend at all--just looks like marching blocks....

    It doesn't fit on the table--too short. :roll:

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    OK Karla, just take a time out!!!!!! I like the scrap border, so there!!!! :roll: :P

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    Okay. :lol: :lol:

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    OK, Time out is over. Just repeat after me " MY Quilt is Beautiful, My Quilt is Wonderful" :lol: :lol: ,

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    :shock: That is awesome great job on the stipple...and fun to due huh...can be :lol:

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    I'm loving that quilt! WOW! The back is as pretty as the front! And you've done so well with your machine quilting. I'm :mrgreen: with envy. Come show me how!

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