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Thread: Project from Craftsy Class

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    Super Member anicra's Avatar
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    Project from Craftsy Class

    This is part of the project from a Craftsy class called, "Beyond Basic Machine Quilting" by Ann Petersen. I was so eager to start this project (and had no confidence to make a presentable rendition) that I just grabbed the first bit of extra fabric and started right in. I used a thread that blended so i wouldn't be able to see my mistakes as much. As I finished a little of the class and realized i might be able to do some of the quilting, i then started adding other thread colors. This is not the whole project. i didn't do her borders. I do plan to go back and take this course in earnest and do a better job. The quilt is out of kilter as i didn't have time to block is before My granddaughter decided it was going to be a quilt for her favorite stuffed animal du jour.
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    terrific!! isn't nice that you can take the class over and over
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    This is a very nice job. How pretty. Thanks for sharing.
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    Great quilting, isn't it fun?

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    Thx for the inspiration! I am signed up also, but have not started. Good job.

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    Very nice quilting
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    You really did a nice job!

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    nICE QUILTING.

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    I have paid for 3 of these classes, and they dont work on my machine. Oh how I wish they did, I'd be doing this now. It is so neat. You are doing so well for beginner, not sure mine would look like that. Good Luck, keep up the great work, girly!!
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    So cute. Nice work! I especially like the dragonfly!
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