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Thread: practice whole cloth quilt on new frame for bernina 830

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    Super Member GwynR's Avatar
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    Yahoo! After many trials and errors (including stitching a short section to the leader ) I managed to get this done! This is exciting! Now I have 6 quilts to get done by Christmas. I am going to keep the quilting down to simple loop de loops and then start practicing some feathers after the holidays!
    This was a real learning experience with me learning from lots of mistakes. :oops: :oops: :oops:
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    Looks great! Keep posting your progress!!

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    I bet you do feathers, etc. before the holidays. Have a blast!!!

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    There is no mistakes you are learning what not to do. LOL That my story and I am sticking to it. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Looks good. Practice makes perfect.

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    Nice.

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    Looks great.

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    yes a little at a time. You will get the feel of the machine and your feathers will be gorgeous.

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    Yeah!!! It is good to take the time to practice. :) I know I learn my watching. It might be good to take some time and watch some quilting techniques on youtube to help. Congrats on your new machine.

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    You have the bernina frame? I love mine so much!!!
    (for those not aware, it is an all metal frame made by grace)

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