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Thread: MSQC Falling Charms

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    MSQC Falling Charms

    My adult daughter has expressed an interest in quilting and we decided to start with the MSQC Falling Charms pattern. It is a great pattern for beginners since there are no intersections that have to match. We were both pleased with the results. She also wants to try hand quilting it.
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    Looks good. Another pattern I want to try. Good luck with the hand quilting. Be sure to show us when it's done. BrendaK
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    Very beautiful. this is a pattern I want to try as it offers the possibility to use some scraps. Nice Job

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    nicely done
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    Wow a great job; I really like the colors and pattern.
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    Great job, another pattern I want to try. It has such a fun effect and all straight sewing. Welcome to your daughter to the world of quilting.

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    Love the quilt. I have a 12 y/o GD that wants to make a quilt (1st) for a special lady in a nursing home, I will check out this pattern for her.
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    A perfect beginner quilt and it came out beautiful! How wonderful that she wants to learn how to hand quilt also!
    Helen T.

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    great idea.. nice an easy for a beginners
    nice quilt

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    She did a good job, hope she enjoys hand quilting. I really admire those who have the skill and patience to do it.

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