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Thread: Playing with Freemotion

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    Super Member azwendyg's Avatar
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    This is what happens when I wake up WAY too early! :)

    (I'm just learning, but having fun with FMQ)
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    Beautiful quilting!!!! Looks like you're a natural!

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    Hey they are gorgeous. How long have you been doing FMQ, i have yet to get into it, so scared though. frightened of going wrong. your pics are brilliant. I am quilting placemats at the moment and want to do FMQ on them, will have to havago soon. :)

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    NICE!

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    Looks good to me. Imagine what you could do if you had a good night's sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pennyj123
    Hey they are gorgeous. How long have you been doing FMQ, i have yet to get into it, so scared though. frightened of going wrong. your pics are brilliant. I am quilting placemats at the moment and want to do FMQ on them, will have to havago soon. :)
    Just go for it, Penny! I started dabbling with FMQ less than a year ago (and I work full-time and have other hobbies too), so I haven't spent all that much time on it. I started with placemats too! It got a lot easier for me when I took a 3 hour class and figured out that everything did NOT need to be symetrical and perfect to look good.

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    Ha ha, I wake up way to early all the time, but my FMQ don't look like this!! YOU did a wonderful job.. makes me wonder if I should try to sleep in, and see if that helps my attempts look even remotely like FMQ... awesome !

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    I also work full time and only have the w/ends to play. I direct all my attention to sewing these days, that is mainly quilting, patchwork, and some embroidery. I just love it. and my husband is sew supportive of it. I have stood beside him with all the hobbies he has had and now i have one of my own and he loves that. I just wish i didn't have to work so much as i really just want to play. LOL :)

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    Fabulous! You are doing awesome!

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    Very, very nice! For just learning, I can only imagine you will have some real prize winning quilts in the future.

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