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Thread: quilted fleece shawl

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    This is gorgeous!!! This would be nice for someone in a wheel chair. Beautiful job.

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    How stunning. Beautiful.

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    verrry verry nice we all would love a gorgeous new wrap..

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    Beautifully executed! Are you saying that you took a class on Craftsy? If so it was well worth it. I'll bet you can really use it where you live.
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    Absolutely stunning! I have purchased that class just haven't had time to even look at it! BUT, you have so inspired me!! If only I could do 1/2 as well as you have done!! I also have a longarm and have mentioned to Craftsy that it would be nice if they offered a class for LA beginners...but wow you sure don't need it when it comes to feathers!! Thank you for sharing!
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    Gorgeous! You learned a lot in that class. Was it for longarmers, or would home machine quilters benefit from it, too.

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    That is so beautiful. It should keep you nice and warm.

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    GORGEOUS !!! Will you bind them?

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    The teacher works on a domestic machine. But the information other than how to set up the tension works for either. Most classes work for either. When I started longarming, all that knowledge of stiches and designs, fabrics and design were just transferred to the longarm. Only the thread was different.
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    Gorgeous! You learned a lot in that class. Was it for longarmers, or would home machine quilters benefit from it, too.
    DEB CAVAN

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    Simply beautiful! PLEASE post a photo of it finished and on you. Hard to tell what it looks like from these photos. They sure show the beautiful quilting though!!!

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