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Thread: A quilt for my wee one

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    a regular here cutebuns's Avatar
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    I started this one shortly after doing the one for K-M, my oldest. I have to press it and do the boarders yet. I bought the batting for it yesterday. I am trying to decide if I should make up a few more tops and then quilt them all one right after the other. That way I will get more familiar with loading them on the table without a big break in between.
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    Is that applique on those blocks? If so, it's pretty!
    Pretty quilt!!

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    Very nice girly quilt.

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    That is beautiful, you will be so happy with it once it is quilted. Sounds like you have a new quiltind machine. You will learn to love it I am sure and putting the quilts in will soon be second nature to you. Really!!!! Good Luck.

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    The one block is embroidered, the pattern came free when I put in a different order through emblibrary.com The good thing about the embroidery machine is you can do other things while it is working, I did a lot of the other square while it was doing it's thing, just took time out to rehoop the fabric every once in a while, it only being one color gave me lots of time.

    My quilting machine is new, I have done only one quilt on it. So I am probably going to have to watch the video again before getting the quilt on, that is why I am thinking if I get a few done and do then back to back it will ingrain the process in my brain. Good thing I have lots of fabric and ideas running around in my head. though I wouldn't mind someone else coming out and with more tops to practice with. Even if it is just to watch them.

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    Very nice!!! I love what you did with those blocks - applique? :-)

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    I'm thinking yes....do up some tops, then quilt, quilt, quilt. Practice and repeating is good.

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    Really beautiful! And I love the embroidery design!!

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    Looks beautiful. The embroidery just sets if off. Have fun learning and using your new quilting machine.

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    Wow that is very pretty! Nice job on the embroidery. Looking forward to seeing how you quilt it.

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