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Thread: a little panel quilt & my FMQ

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    Your little quilt is very pretty, love the colors.

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    Great quilting!!

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    That's a darling panel and you did a great job with the quilting. Did you add the borders?

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    Very nicely done!
    Retired teacher, loving it.
    Love quilting also.

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    QuiltsRfun, I did add the borders. The little squares are left overs from some fat quarters that I used in a maple leaf quilt. And the large border is fabric from my stash. I think I should have brought the borders in a bit farther to the dark edge of the pumpkin, but...oh, well... I used the Quilt in a Day template/ruler to make the scallops. I love that ruler & have used on several quilts. It takes the math out of it and pretty much tells you how many scallops & how big to make them. You can use it to make vines and waves, too, but I've only used it for scallops so far. You can see a tutorial about it on Missouri Star Quilt Co's website.

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    Very nice! Love the colors! And love the quilting you did on the pumpkin!
    Luv Quilts and Cats
    Never underestimate the healing effects of beauty. - Florence Nightingale

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    I love it!!!!!!!!!

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    It's beautiful, I love it!
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    Oh, that's gorgeous!!! Such warm colours - beautiful quilting!

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    Wow, it turned out beautifully and what a wonderful job you did with the quilting. Fun for practice but is wonderful keeper!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    A quilt is a blanket of love. Sharon

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