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Thread: Go Baby

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    Junior Member tebill's Avatar
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    Here's my first attempt at using my new Go Baby. I used the machine for cutting out all the flowers but free hand cut the leaves and stems. It was fun to try something without a pattern.

    close-up of a finished flower
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    K. D. guarding the new table runner
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    Trying different yarn centers
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    awesome!

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    wow, if these are your first attempts, I cant wait to see what you do next! How did you do the centers? I have LOTS of novelty yarns I could use.

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    That is so pretty. I love the quilting on it too. Your little dog is just darling. Thanks for sharing.

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    Awesome! Your very talented.

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    Thank you! I set my machine for free motion zigzag (Designer 1) and just piled the fluffy yarns on. Then I just zigzagged them down with matching thread. The flower with the larger yarn is just yarn wrapped round and round and then zigzagged down. The hardest part was making the same flowers on the opposite end of the table runner (everything upside down and flipped). I am quite impressed with the Go Baby - everything was cut perfectly!

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    That is very pretty. Love the dog, he is so cute.

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    Awesome Job!

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    very pretty!

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    pretty table runner, but your guard dog is way too cute and fluffy to be a guard dog.

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