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Thread: My very first two quilts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clem55
    Very pretty, and just right for a little girl and boy. You ae off to a very good start, you would never know those were first quilts.
    wonderful...

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    Good job!
    The variety displayed in your two quilts shows a lot of promise for future projects.
    I personally appreciate the traditional quilt blocks and remember as a child, the thing I liked best was tracing the quilting pattern formed by the thread holding all the layers together. They must have been large stipples because I would trace the "roads" over and over ...
    For beginning quilting, you selected some techniques that are only done by more experienced quilters (and, I like your color choices ). Thank you for sharing

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    Thanks for your input I found it very encouraging considering it was my first try at something I thought was a big task. I have now started a wonky Log Cabin and feel so proud of myself (if I am aloud to say that). So far I am happy with the outcome as I have not done much sewing in the past. Thanks again. Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisdim
    Thanks for your input I found it very encouraging considering it was my first try at something I thought was a big task. I have now started a wonky Log Cabin and feel so proud of myself (if I am aloud to say that). So far I am happy with the outcome as I have not done much sewing in the past. Thanks again. Chris
    Based on the quilts that started this thread, I would say you have every right to say that you are proud of yourself.
    You obviously enjoy doing good work and producing fine products.
    As Babe Ruth said: It ain't bragging if you can do it!

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    Great! Thanks for sharing.

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    Very nice! I'm new to the whole world of quilting and only hope that one day I can complete my first quilt too!

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