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Thread: My one-flower-basket quilt is done and I did FMQ on it!!!

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    Super Member mimee4's Avatar
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    Great work! It reminds me of spring. Keep looking at it if and when the snow flies!

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    Lovely!! I'm still leary of SID!!I"ve had a baby quilt basted for a week now, and I keep finding something else to do rather than start quilting on it!!LOL

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    Beautiful!!!

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    Great job.

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    You should be proud! You did an awesome job! The dark border makes it pop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimee4
    Great work! It reminds me of spring. Keep looking at it if and when the snow flies!
    Oh, no snow here please, Florida is not equipped for snow :!: :mrgreen: :lol:

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    Good job Candi!! Great little quilt! :thumbup: :D

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    You did a great job. You should be very proud of this!

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    good job ! now quick find something else to FMQ while you are still in the groove. I keep 18" muslin sandwiches handy to practice & play around with FMQ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smitty
    good job ! now quick find something else to FMQ while you are still in the groove. I keep 18" muslin sandwiches handy to practice & play around with FMQ.
    This is what I try to do, keep a practice sandwich handy, I find that it helps me to "warm up" before working on a real quilt. Thanks for the advice :P

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