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Thread: My deer quilt just pulled off the frame

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    Super Member #1piecemaker's Avatar
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    My deer quilt just pulled off the frame

    When I put this quilt on the frame, I had no idea how I was going to quilt it. Then I looked through some new pantos that I had just bought and found THE ONE!!! I like how it turned out. What do you think? The backing is a dark brown blender like is on the front. I guess the light must have hit it wrong to show the true colors. But, its the pattern that I wanted you to see. I'm still so new to using the longarm. So, don't look at any mistakes!
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    You should be so proud! It is a real beauty.

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    Very nicely done. I love it.
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    Tht is stunning!!! Great job.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    It looks great.
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    Wonderful quilt! That would fit in right well here in Montana!!
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    Very neat; I like your choice of color and design. And I do not see any mistakes. Wonderful quilt.

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    Your quilt is really nice.
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    very nicely done
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    I have had my longarm five years. I see no errors. The quilt is great. And you will become more and more proficient with every quilt. You are training in your muscles and it will get faster and easier with every quilt. If I want to get (good) picky, I would tell you that your points are wonderfully pointy and your curves are curvatious. The overall look is wonderful. Don't be so hard on yourself.
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