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    Quilted on my embroidery machine

    This was a quilt I made for my homeschool group's silent auction to raise funds for our college scholarship program. It is 3 charm packs with 1 1/2 sashing I didn't really use a pattern, each square was embroidered on my Elna 8200 with an angel design I got from Emblibrary. Thanks for looking
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    very nicely done! the colors are beautiful
    Nancy in western NY

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    Wow...another reason to get an embroidery machine!
    LilaKay...greatgramma to Brielle Mae

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    Looks so pretty.. I have an embroidery machine, but have not even tried quilting on it.. Yours came out looking wonderful! great job!
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    verty pretty! Love the colors!
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    Fabulous project!
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    Beautiful, hope you bring in lots of money for this one
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    Great job. Lovely fabric.

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    Very pretty and the quilting is beautiful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Judie View Post
    Looks so pretty.. I have an embroidery machine, but have not even tried quilting on it.. Yours came out looking wonderful! great job!
    I'm with you but getting ready to try. I've been reading about it at emblibrary.com under Kenny's Korner. He has some good info and there is a yellow and blue large tote bag that he quilted using the sashiko designs (which I have most of to make a quilt out of) and it really looks like a good starter. I have fairly large hoops for my machine but he did his with smaller hoops and used templates to get the placement right. I'm working on my sewing room so if I can I'm going to try this bag this weekend. My daughter just got a new job grooming pets and needs a large bag to carry her clippers, etc in and it would be a great gift for her. She works and tries so hard to be independent and she has two kids to support with a dead beat dad so I try to make her life better and this she'll like.
    Judy

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