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Thread: my huge upholstery fabric quilt

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    Super Member GailG's Avatar
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    You did an awesome job!! Is your DSM OK? I did a heavy quilt on mine and knocked the timing out of whack.
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    You did a wonderful job with that fabric! I can't even imagine putting all of that through a DSM. Yet you came out with a really beautiful quilt, and it looks square and well made too. I'm really really impressed.

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    What a neat looking quilt. I knew just from your header that it was going to be heavy. I love the way you did the back. Great job!!!

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    incredible!
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    Wow! What a fantastically fun quilt!
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    You did a great job, front and back. Thanks for sharing.

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    AMAZING! and very, very pretty. Love the pattern.

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    That was quite a fete! It looks great.

    Linda

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    Thats huge. I love it. Great job on it.
    Kim

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    Fantastic design! Your quilt is beautiful! I would love to know what workhorse of a DSM you have that stood up to all that! My older machines would have been OK but my newer Pfaff would have died on the spot!
    Kelly

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