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Thread: My most fun quilt ever! Flip Flop/sandals QAYG

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    Super Member Lady Jane's Avatar
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    I love, love, love it!!!

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    Oh, I really like it!!!!!

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    What a nice quilt. You are right, when I saw it I smiled. I have a cousin who is a beach hound and this quilt would be just perfect for her. You did a wonderful job. I love to do QAYG myself. I love your borders.
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    What a cute, fun quilt. Great job. Your sure do not have to apologize for your FMQ

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    Looks to me like you did a fantastic job on your FMQ -and the quilt is absoltuely adorable! Oh, and YES I did smile!

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    That is a great quilt! Love the fabrics you have in it!

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    Stunning!! My 8 yo daughter wants you to make her one. lol
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    So cute! I would love to make one for my granddaughter who just turned 18. Love your quilt!!

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    I want one! My next quilt will be an around the world Patriotic, (R,W&B).
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    I have to admit that I was very afraid to try the FMQ...but others had said with my Horizon it was as easy as it can be. I had tried and tried years ago with my faithful standby Pfaff, but the feed dogs wouldn't go down and I didn't know how to do it. I was just one frustrated person. So, when it was time to buy a "better" (meaning more bells and whistles since my Pfaff still sews like a dream) machine, I looked for one that I could buy where the feed dogs went down easily. I am now a believer--not yet an experienced one, but it really wasn't that hard and my machine sewed just fine as FMQ or piecing. I was afraid going back and forth would be difficult (sewing the seams and FMQ). It wasn't a problem. I just had to change the feet out.

    I definitely want to do more applique as well. We have a visitor coming in two days so I asked him to bring me two rolls of Heat n Bond from Walmart. Hopefully he will bring the right stuff. I used up most of a roll (I only brought one back to Poland with me) on this one quilt.
    Last edited by justflyingin; 07-03-2012 at 11:36 AM.

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