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Thread: Princess quilt for gd

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    I made this for my granddaughter. She picked the fabric. It turned out smaller than I had intended, but she likes it anyway.

    Also, it is my first completed quilt that I did on my longarm.
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    Very pretty i like the colors

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    Beautiful colors. Nice job on the quilting.

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    It looks great. I know my gd's would love it.

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    Awww, it's adorable!! Really pretty colors and fabrics... I'd love it too, if I were her!!

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    awwhhh pretty, and well done for completing your very first long armed quilt :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Oh that is so cute.

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    Thank you for your kind words. :D

    I had trouble with my first attempt at quilting it. My tension was ok on the sample that I did 2 days before, but when I started, it was all loopy on the back. But you can't see it until the machine is out of the way. So I brought it over to my moms and w had lunch and each took a seam ripper to it. LOL

    I have two other quilts ready to go in, one I did and one is a quilt of valor. I wanted to wait with the latter, just to be sure that I do a good job on it. Since it's for someone other than family and who is fighting for our freedom and all. :D

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    You did a great job quilting it on your longarm!! I am so impressed. The fabrics are adorable and I know your granddaughter must love it!! Great quilt!

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    i love it.....she did good picking out the pretty colors. You did good mom :D

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