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Thread: June 2012 Free Motion Quilting Challenge-my entry

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    June 2012 Free Motion Quilting Challenge-my entry

    This is my entry for the June tutorial given by Cindy Needham. We were to do a doodle design and fill it in with machine quilting. This challenge is for conventional machines, no longarms. It was fun to do. Now I just need to finish the border and get the binding on!! :^)
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    That is just gorgeous.

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    I LOVE it. I can't believe you did this on a conventional machine. It gives me hope! Thanks for inspiring and sharing.
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    That reminds me of the Zen quilting class that I took. Awesome work!

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    Beautiful work.
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    It's beautiful, and this might be a much easier way to learn how to FMQ! Will this square up ok?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helen S View Post
    It's beautiful, and this might be a much easier way to learn how to FMQ! Will this square up ok?
    It shouldn't be a problem to square up once I get the border quilted!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JENNR8R View Post
    That reminds me of the Zen quilting class that I took. Awesome work!
    I will have to check out Zen quilting, it sounds interesting!!!

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    Wow great job!

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    You certainly are talented....it's beautiful.
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