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Thread: My first attempt at free motion quilting

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    Power Poster Diane007's Avatar
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    You have an excellent machine... the more you quilt the more you will bond
    and the quilting will easier.

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    I have the same machine, but do not have your skill level. Great job

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    It looks great to me. I wish I could do that well.

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    Fabulous first attempt. Great job!
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    What a great job. I'm no expert at this either. I just started a little over a year and I'm still practicing all the time. What I like to do when trying out new designs is do a small/baby quilt for charity. It's a great way to use up left over fabric and a great way to practice. The kids don't care what it looks like, they don't judge the imperfections, they are just happy to have something of their own.

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    You're doing great keep it up, free hand quilting is muscle memory & hand eye coordination, practice practice practice.
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    Looks great for your first attempt.

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    Looks good to me, nothing is perfect the first time you try. You did good, keep it up. Thanks for shaing.
    learn each and every day,memories or play.

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    great job! Be proud! I like the quilt a lot, too.
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    Hey, there's nothing wrong with it. Nothing's hard if you know how. right? Keep it up.

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