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Thread: First finish in 2013 and free motion tip

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    I love it...very bright and cheerful

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    It's a wonderful quilt and he's going to love getting wrapped in it and staying warm. I've had eyelashes and 3+ years on childs quilt and still holding up. It will be fine.
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    Very pretty and I love the Border fabric.
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    Awesome job, the love in it shows!

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    Love it, just beautiful!
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    Very pretty! Thanks for the tip!
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    Great quilt. The problem with the loops on the underside may be the bobbin is not wound tight enough. My mom and I messed with her long arm for a few months and it turned out to be the bobbin winder on the machine just didn't do it good enough. She bought a stand alone bobbin winder and totally solved the problem. I bought on from Joanns and it worked but it didn't wind it full so we were always running out. So she got one made for the job.

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    great job, your quilt inspector seems to have given you approval or just taken it over

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    That is adorable!!! Great job.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Beautiful, bright, cheerful quilt. The red sashing makes the quilt!

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