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Thread: Hop on your horse!

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    Senior Member livenlearn124's Avatar
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    And get a running start as you check out what I've been working on! :lol:

    I finished this top last night.
    It's the first quilt that I cut out with my GO! I used the 1 1/2 in strip cutter and the 6 in square. I do love the accuquilt GO! It took me less than 30 minutes to cut out this quilt.
    I'm still a new quilter, and this is my first quilt with sashing. So don't look toooo closerly :)
    I was going to try to FMQ using my singer, but I think it may be too big. I'll have to give that some thought.
    Any suggestions?

    Thanks for looking!

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    The back, don't mind the strings. I still have to clip them.
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    My quilt inspector ;)
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    :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

    That's a beautiful design. isn't it amazing how sometimes the simplest design can be so striking? I really like your choice of colors.

    FMQ can be a challenge, depending on the throat space of your machine, but it can be done even with a small machine. Just take your time. If you do some kind of design in each square and don't try to "travel" too much, I think you'll have good success.

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    Very nice. Love the colors

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    lovely quilt! and inspector Whinney!

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    Love it! I have a lot of blue fabric that I can make with this quilt pattern.

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    I'm sorry I don't have a horse but I didn't see anything wrong. I think you made a fabulous quilt.

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    Sure looks good to me! Even at a slow walk. Love your quilt inspector, too. :thumbup:

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    Pretty quilt:)

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    What a neat pattern!! I love it! It sure looks good to me!! As for quilting--I'd hand it to a long arm expert and avoid the frustration. :wink:

    I want to see your quilt inspector in full!!

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    I'm impressed, great quilt, nice and even, I'm jealous. Might just need that GO :lol:

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