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Thread: My first or my second?

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    Junior Member geeblay627e120's Avatar
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    My first or my second?

    In September I started a King Size Quilt, still under construction. But I had some fabric I was wanting to use and I was fascinated by the D9P. So I put the king size on hold and put together this quilt for my father's "fiance." It is just a small lap size. So I it's not the first one I started. But it is the first one I finish. Once I finish it! I don't have time before Christmas to quilt it, so I will just tie it.
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    It turned out great, she should love it!

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    Thank you Sylvia. I'm really nervous about it. I'm not a seamstress at all. At first, even getting the machine threaded correctly was a challenge. This one has lots of "issues" with some crooked seams and points not lined up just right. But the woman I am giving it to will be very understanding. She has been supportive of me trying to learn. I have so many ideas in my head and patterns in my to-do book; but it will take a long time for me to attempt most of them.

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    You did a great job and I love the colors too. Don't worry we all have issues with our quilts.
    Just have fun!

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    Wow that is a pretty quilt!!! I too am loving the colors. Someone is going to be very lucky this Christmas.
    CAgirl1

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    It's a beautiful quilt! So feminine. Your fabrics are wonderful, and the colors are so happy.

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    Fabulous colors and nice work!
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    Nice job! I really like the colors..Very cheerful! She will love it!
    Live, Laugh, Love & Quilt!
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    You are off to a great start with this very cheerful quilt.
    Yooper32 aka: Donna B

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    Very nice!
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