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Thread: My First time sewing, first Quilt, and first time quilting a top.

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    Keep quilting......................string quilting is interesting ................try you hands with that ................it fun ........will look for more pictures when you get the nex one done

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    I was in my 60's and still not as good as you. Be proud. 40's still young.

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    Hey don't worry I was 55 when I started quilting and hope I get 30 years or so to make beautiful quilts.
    Roz

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    I like it..great job

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    Great job you look like you have been at it a long time. Welcome to the world of endless treasures.

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    I started quilting at age 65 so you're in good company. Regardless of your age, quilting is uplifting for your soul. Welcome to the club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Future Quilter View Post
    I forgot to add I shouldn't have waited until I was in my 40's to start Quilting.
    That is a great age to start. You are mature enough to get your priorities straight and also find the time to include things that you like to do and things that are relaxing. Quilt away!! Enjoy establishing a stash!
    One step at a time, always forward.

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    That works for me on two levels. As a quilter you made your first quilt about you. That's great. As an artist you didnot let you quilting blot out the face of you artwork by using too much decorative stitching. Great work, keep sewig.
    Nothing beats a try but a failure.
    We all fall short of the mark.

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    loved your first experince quilting. the pattern and fabrics are super cool.... can just imagine the comfy feel of a lesson well done....
    good job...
    countryheart

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    Very nice!
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