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Thread: Golf Quilt for NP3 - Hand quilted

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    Sent this back to NP3 and she is going to do the binding. It was for their anniversary.

    NP3 made most of it at our retreat in May and we decided I could quilt it for her DH. So it started......

    And now she has it and will post the completed one with the binding and all when she finsihed it. She has until the 22nd...their anniversary. Good luck....

    NP3 made it, I quilted
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    Those circles are suppoed to be golf balls. :)
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    Finished quilt - The blocks with vintage were one piece but I stitched around all the pictures and things.
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    I don't like a big rack taking up room so I use this pvc rack from Joanns This was when it first went on there. No stitching yet.
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    You hand quilted it--I am so impressed.

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    Debbie you did an awesome job of quilting it! I'm sure her DH is going to love it.

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    Gorgeous quilting!!

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    What beautiful, even stitches.

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    Thank you all. It was fun.

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    Both of you did a wonderful job. Great hand quilting.
    This is a special quilt for a happy occasion.

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    I love your hand quilting. Don't think I can keep my stitches so even. Great job.

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    Mine aren't always even but then again...it's hand quilting. I love to hand quilt. YOu can always take it with you . I am currently setting up a place in my bedroom so late at night I can have a quilt rack there for sewing.

    I never use a thimble because I learned without one, I don't use templates but I found one I am going to try. It's feathers around a circle. Always room to try more things.

    Then I have 2 tops I am having longarmed but someone here. Have to decide who. LOL.

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    I am anxious to see it with binding, she knows how I bind so she chose to do it herself...very smart move. LOL

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