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Thread: The 'Is this OK' Quilt finished

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    The 'Is this OK' Quilt finished

    Last night I finished the JellyRollRace quilt, now it's in the washing machine. Next week I'll give it to the Day Care Centre, together with two other quilts I made. My Bernina has a lot of built-in stitches so I used those for the quilting and the border.
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    A balanced quilter is one with a project on each finger
    Eat, quilt, sleep, repeat


    Nobody is completely useless, you can always serve as a bad example


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    Lovely.
    I really love these quilts, and they are very, very popular with recipients
    "The manner of giving is worth more than the gift"
    (Pierre Corneeille)

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    Thank you Jennja! This was the first time I made a strip quilt and I think I will make some more. It was so much fun and I like the result.
    A balanced quilter is one with a project on each finger
    Eat, quilt, sleep, repeat


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    It turned out great. Did you cut your own strips?

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    Very pretty. Your idea of use the deco stitches is great - quick and easy!!

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    @stitcherlady: yes I did cut my own strips.
    A balanced quilter is one with a project on each finger
    Eat, quilt, sleep, repeat


    Nobody is completely useless, you can always serve as a bad example


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    I love the color of the binding - it really sets off the strips. Good job!
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    Just terrific,great job and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    Very cute quilt like the strips and colors

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    It's so nice, especially for a child, I just love it!

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