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Thread: Mock Double Wedding Ring longarmed by Feline Fanatic

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    Mock Double Wedding Ring longarmed by Feline Fanatic

    OK, I don't know if Mock Double Wedding Ring is really the name of this pattern but that is what I am calling it. Charismah pieced this cute scrappy and asked me to quilt it. Sure hope I have figured out how to load pics in the new format.
    I did a before quilting picture and the rest are various quilted shots, including the back.
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    I love it! The pattern is great and the quilting really adds to it.

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    Beautiful quilt and you did a great job quilting it!
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    Beautiful job, both of you!!!
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    Lovely! Do you mind if I asked what kind of thread you used here? I really like the look of it!
    Life has given me so much more than scraps, but I make quilts anyway!
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    I think your quilting really breathed some life into this quilt! It is a lovely quilt by itself, but when you add the quilting motif you did in the large white spaces, it just gives it so much more zing! Really a lovely quilting job!
    Sheila N.

    When Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, he tried over 2000 experiments before he got it to work. A young reporter asked him how it felt to fail so many times. He said, "I never failed once. I invented the light bulb. It just happened to be a 2000 step process."

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    That is really beautiful! I would love it if you could find the name or source for the pattern.

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    It looks similar to the Tennessee Twist pattern with plain alternate blocks instead of the other star block? It is beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fixfido View Post
    Lovely! Do you mind if I asked what kind of thread you used here? I really like the look of it!
    Thanks, I used glide thread from fil-tec www.bobbincentral.com

    I love this thread. Karen Mctavish uses it.

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    Very pretty.

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